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I'm on iPhone 6+ running 8.1. After the Pangu Jailbreak my T-Mobile group text messaging is now showing the annoying subject line "no subject" on each group text bubble on inbound group texts. Didn't do that before. I know in settings under messaging there is a place to turn it off but I already had the toggle off. What could be causing the subject to reappear after the jailbreak? I have a feeling this is related to the initial iMessage issues created by the pangu jail break. Any thoughts? What can I try? Can you guys think of a fix?

asked 31 Oct '14, 11:56

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Bash_array
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The toggle is set to off

(31 Oct '14, 12:03) Bash_array Bash_array's gravatar image

Is your subject on under imessage?

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answered 31 Oct '14, 12:00

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The toggle is set to off. This occurs in group message when none iMessage users are present. But it's never shown the "no subject" title before. Now it does. Directly after the jailbreak my very next text showed this no subject line

(31 Oct '14, 12:05) Bash_array Bash_array's gravatar image

Is your subject on under imessage?

link

answered 31 Oct '14, 12:00

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