How can I delete all messages at once on a iPhone 4

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The only way to delete all messages on an iPhone 4 is to open the "Messages" application on the iPhone 4′s home screen. Tap the "Edit" button in the upper-left-hand corner. A red circle icon ("Do Not Enter" symbol) will appear to the left of each conversation. Tap the red circle icon. Tap the "Delete" button to delete the entire conversation with the selected contact. Repeat until all messages are removed from the "Messages" app. Tap "Done". on!



Can you do auto delete for SMS messages on the iPhone 4

To delete an entire iPhone SMS conversation, tap the Messages appTap the “Edit” button at top right of the screen.Tap the red circle at the left. This will introduce a “Delete” button at the right. Tap the “Delete” button to delete that conversation. There is no Auto-Delete option for the iPhone.

How to quickly delete sent messages on iphone 4

To delete individual messages from within a conversation, enter the conversation that has the messages you want to delete. Within the conversation, tap the Edit button at top right. Next to each message, a small, empty circle will appear. To mark a message for deletion, tap the circle next to it. It will fill with a checkbox, indicating that it will be deleted. Check all the messages you want to delete. When you’re ready, tap the Delete button at the bottom left.

How do I permanently delete texts from my iPhone 3

To delete individual messages from within a conversation, enter the conversation that has the messages you want to delete. Within the conversation, tap the “Edit” button at top right. Next to each message, a small, empty circle will appear. To mark a message for deletion, tap the circle next to it. It will fill with a checkbox, indicating that it will be deleted. Check all the messages you want to delete. When you’re ready, tap the “Delete” button. on!



6 Responses to “How can I delete all messages at once on a iPhone 4”

How To delete emails on iphone 4 all at once?Select edit, then tick all the emails one by one then hit delete that will be them deleted. Depending on your network settings…

By rfonseca February 15th, 2013 at 12:48:09
 

Select edit, then tick all the emails one by one then hit delete that will be them deleted. Depending on your network settings for email they may not be deleted from the host server. You can tick that option under email settings on your iPhone but so

By gfxhavenowner February 15th, 2013 at 16:04:45
 

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By quangnhut February 15th, 2013 at 19:11:33
 

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By Rumpel February 15th, 2013 at 21:37:40
 

Basically as the question states how one email messages on the can you delete more than iPhone, rather than one by one.

By Stereo123456 February 16th, 2013 at 00:27:01
 

Question for parents: What would you do if your teenager girl wasn’t behaving right? My last question was about ” What would you do if your teenager daughter was deleting her text messages in order to avoid you, the parent, from seeing who she is talking to.”

Majority of the responders suggested that teens have a right to privacy, and that I should mind my own business.

The problem lies within what is tolerable in our home. Each home has its own set of rules on things. What we consider privacy may not be what you may consider privacy. Again, this all depends on the home.

Now, in our home, my girls ( daughters) are not allowed to have a boyfriend at the age of 15. They are not allowed to be in relationships with boys until the age of 18. And while the age limit is 18 for them to participating in such, they are not allowed to do certain things, at least not while living in my home.

My daughters understand that they may talk to boys and girls socially, but not to have any boys contacting them over the phone after returning home from school. They understand that the reason I bought them a phone is so they may contact me in cases of emergency. My daughters complained about being bored, and I wanted them to have some fun with their phones, so I got them an Iphone so they may listen to youtube videos, play with app games, etc. Again, they understand that using the phone to talk to boys is highly prohibited and may result in the taking-away of their phone should they go against my wish.

A family member of mind pointed out to me that I should never restrict my kids from talking to boys or to hang out with them. She explained to me why talking to boys and hanging out with them is healthy. I decided to give it a chance, but kept my eyes close to everything my child would be talked to by boys, and below is one example why I do not permit my girls to talk to boys:

Boy: Hi, do you have a boyfriend?

My daughter: No.

Boy: Have you ever had sex?

Daughter: no.

Boy: Can we by more than just friends?

Daughter: Hmm, I’ll think about it.

Boy: Ok babes. Can we meet at Lunch break tomorrow?

As you can see, allowing my kids ( my two girls) to talk to boys make them vulnerable to garbage, and is the significant reason I prohibit them from being in contact with boys — at least for now until I let down my guard once they reach 18.

The problem: one of my daughters constantly deletes her text messages from her Iphone when there is no reasonable reason for doing that, except for not wanting me to see who she is talking to.
I talked to her about the issue and she said the reason she deletes her texts is because doing so has become a habit for her… For the past 4 days, she has isolated herself from everyone in the house to be alone in her room with her phone.

How will you deal with problems like this one?

By f4vn February 16th, 2013 at 03:27:49
 

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