Proper provisioning If you're getting a token error, you need to enable the messages backup & sync service on your phone first. Open your apps folder, find an app named Device Help. Once it loads, click Tutorials up top. Scroll down, click Email & Messaging. Click AT&T Messages backup & sync. Here is a tutorial for enabling the service on your phone, as well as links to instructions for setting up this app on your tablet. If you still have issues, and customer service tells you they can't fix it, insist on being transferred.
Would have been nice if the app info stated the app will not work over wireless -will only work on an att provisioned tablet-could have saved myself an hour with tech support
Doesn't work for Go phones Just switched to AT&T from Straight Talk. Using an old iPhone which is great (compared to an old Android) except that imessages doesn't work and neither does this app. 😠
Doesn't work Initial sign-in on Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 gives error "Device token does not exist". Not useful. Called customer service, they could not help.
Late response. Force closes. Unable to send messages on occasion. Duplicate contacts. Previously deleted messages and contacts reappearing. UPDATE!
Can't send text messages AT&T for iOS works perfectly. Not so much for android.
• Added support for Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and app permissions
• Bug fixes
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