Question: Does Sent As Text Message Mean Blocked?

Does sent as text message mean it was delivered?

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Originally Answered: does ‘sent as text’ mean delivered.

No more than dropping a letter in the mailbox makes it delivered.

Sent means it is on its way; delivered means it’s been received..

Can you tell if someone blocked you on iPhone?

If you get a notification like “Message Not Delivered” or you get no notification at all, that’s a sign of a potential block. Next, you could try calling the person. If the call goes right to voicemail or rings once (or a half ring) then goes to voicemail, that’s further evidence you may have been blocked.

What causes Imessages to be sent as text messages?

When you send an iMessage, Apple will route that message through their servers using an Internet connection. This Internet connection can be either Wi-Fi or your cellular provider’s data network. If no Internet connection is available, the Messages app may attempt to deliver the iMessage as a regular SMS text message.

Am I blocked if iMessage sent as text?

It shows as “sent as text message” below to message. But If you send an iMessage to a friend and it shows blue and after a few minutes message turns in to green, and you never get any delivered report, Then he might have blocked you.

What does sent as text message mean?

If you want to text someone that is not connected to the internet, an iMessage will send but not deliver until the recipient turns on their connection. By forcing your phone to send as a text message, the recipient will be able to receive the message as long as they have a mobile network connection.

Do blocked iMessages turn green?

Check iMessage bubble color If you know someone has an iPhone and suddenly text messages between you and that person are green. This is a sign he or she has probably blocked you. Perhaps the person doesn’t have cellular service or data connection or has iMessage turned off, so your iMessages fall back to SMS.