Messages not syncing between your iPhone and iPad can be frustrating, but there are several common reasons for this issue:
To address these common issues, you can try these methods below:
1. Use the Same Apple ID
Ensure both devices are signed in to the same Apple ID under Settings > [your name] > iCloud.
2. Enable iMessage
On both devices, go to Settings > Messages and make sure iMessage is turned on.
3. Update iOS
Ensure both devices are running the latest iOS version. If not, update them in Settings > General > Software Update.
4. Check Network Connection
Ensure both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Message syncing relies on a stable network connection.
If you are tired of trying these methods to fix this issue, here is a quick way to transfer messages from iPhone to iPad and vice versa. You can use FoneTool, a good iOS data backup and transfer tool, to transfer a variety of data types like messages, contacts, photos, videos, songs, and more between iOS devices.
All-in-one mobile data manager helps you backup, transfer, manage data on your iOS and Android devices quickly and easily.
1Connect your iPhone and iPad to your PC using a USB cable > Tap Trust on your devices > Open FoneTool.
2Choose Phone Transfer in the FoneTool interface > Locate the iPhone to iPhone mode and click Start Transfer.
3Ensure your source and target device are in the right place > Enable backup encryption > Click the Start Transfer button.
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