iMessages on Windows PC

How To Set Up And Use iMessage On Windows PC [Remote Message Cydia Tweak]

Remote Messages are way too easy to setup, if you are using Mac PC or a MacBook; as they can easily communicate with your iPhone. But what if you are a Windows user having an iPhone; all you need to do is to Jailbreak your iPhone/iPad.

With remote messages you will no longer need to have your hands on your iPhone, in order to reply or start a new conversation. Remote Messages Cydia tweak was not compatible with iOS 9, but it just got updated and is now working flawlessly on iOS 9 as well.

iMessages on Windows PC

How to Use iMessages on Windows PC with Remote Message Cydia Tweak

Step #1. Open Cydia app from home screen.

Step #2. Search for Remote Messages, from result tap on Remote Messages (iOS9)

Step #3. Install it and Cydia will respring your device.

Step #4. Now head to Settings app from home screen.

Step #5. Scroll down and tap on Remote Messages.

Tap on Remote Messages Cydia Tweak from iPhone Settings

Step #6. Toggle ON, Enable option. (Very first on the list.)

Enable Remote Messages Cydia Tweak on iPhone

Step #7. On the same screen, you will notice Current IP and Server Port 333, just below Enable option.

Step #8. Open any browser in your Windows PC. Type in the Current IP and Server Port like this: if your IP is and Port is 333, you will have to type in URL like this:

Step #9. If you are asked for Username and Password, then default username and password is: admin (case sensitive, type exactly as given).

Step #10. You can also disable authentication by toggling OFF “Use Authentication” option under Settings → Remote Messages.

Once you are logged in, you will see all your messages on right side of your Windows browser screen. You can either reply or compose a new message right from your browser. Apart from that, you can also send images and use Emojis as well.

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