Remote Messages is now available for iOS 9, lets you use iMessage on your Windows PC

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Remote Messages is one of the well known tweaks on Cydia that has been around for quite a long time. If you’re a big fan of it, the good news is that the iOS 9 version of the tweak is now available on Cydia. 

Normally, you can use iMessage from your Mac but if you’re a Windows user and have an iPhone then you should check out Remote Messages. The tweak essentially allows you to use iMessages and Messages from your Windows PC.

It’s pretty straight forward to set up. All you get need to do is download and install Remote Messages from Cydia and jump into the settings for the tweak. Make sure that it’s enabled, that there’s an IP address and a port number. For example, I use port 333.

If you want to secure your connection, you can do so with credentials. Just input them for the username and password and you’re ready to connect to your iPhone through your browser. Just open a new tab in your browser and type in the IP address that you see on your iPhone along with the port number. For instance, if the IP was 192.168.152.12 and port was 333 in the URL bar, you’d type 192.168.152.12:333. After hitting [enter] you’ll be prompted to input your credentials if you provided them.

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Once you log in, you’ll see all your conversations on the right hand side that you can send messages to. You can send photos that are saved on your phone through Remote Messages, attach files as well as use Emoji.

Let us know what you think about Remote Messages 9 in the comments section below.

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