Quick Answer: Why Are My Messages Green When They Should Be Blue?

How do I know if someone blocked my texts?

Open your messaging app, which is most likely iMessage.

When you send a message using the iMessage application, you will get a ‘delivered’ confirmation when the text has actually been delivered.

If you think that someone has blacklisted you, look at your messages with that person and look for that confirmation..

Why are my messages being sent as text and not iMessage?

This could be caused if there is no Internet connection. If the option to “Send as SMS” is turned off, the iMessage will not be delivered until the device is back online. You can force an undelivered iMessage to be sent as a regular text message regardless of the “Send as SMS” setting.

How do I change my messages from green to blue?

Go to Settings > Messages and Turn OFF and then back ON your iMessage option. Now open back Message and try to send a message to your friend ‘s iPhone, but make sure to use the button at the Top-Left corner to find your friend and start the conversation, don’t just open your recent chat with him/her.

Why is it green when I text another iPhone?

The green message background indicates the traditional SMS text message. It actually means a message that you have sent to someone else is through SMS message service instead of Apple iMessage. Blue message background means the message is sent via iMessage technology.

Does green message mean blocked?

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.

How do you know if a green text message was delivered?

You can tell if your message has been sent via iMessage in Apple’s messaging app because it’ll be blue. If it’s green, it’s an ordinary text message and doesn’t offer the read/delivered receipts. iMessage only works when you’re sending messages to other iPhone users.

Why are my iMessages turning green?

Short answer: Blue ones have been sent or received using Apple’s iMessage technology, while green ones are “traditional” text messages exchanged via Short Messaging Service, or SMS.