Why Does My Imessage Keep Signing Out

How to Fix iMessage is Signed Out on iPhone: 8 Quick Fixes

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Are you getting signed out of iMessage without your permission? If you see a notification on your iPhone that says you’re being logged out of iMessage, this doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve been hacked. This error can be caused by a faulty SIM card, a software bug, or your device settings. This wikiHow will show you how to fix your iPhone when it keeps signing out of iMessage.

Things You Should Know

  • Toggle off "iMessage" and restart your iPhone or iPad. Toggle on "iMessage" again.
  • Make sure your SIM card or eSIM is up to date. Contact your provider for a new one or activate it again.
  • Go to "Settings" → "General" → "Transfer or Reset iPhone" → "Reset" → "Reset Network Settings". Try to log in again.

Turn off and restart iMessage.

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    • Open SettingsGeneralSoftware Update. If there’s an available update, tap Install.

    Check your SIM card.

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      Make sure the time and date is set automatically.

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    • Open the Settings app.
    • Go to GeneralTransfer or Reset iPhoneReset
    • Tap Reset Network Settings.
    • Once your network settings have been reset, try to log into iMessage again.
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    Change your Apple ID password.

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    • On your iPhone or iPad, open Settings → your Apple ID → Password & SecurityTurn On Two-Factor Authentication. You’ll need to provide a trusted phone number.
    • On your Mac, click the Apple menu → System Settings/System Preferences → your Apple ID → Password & Security. Click Turn On next to Two-Factor Authentication.

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