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Steps to Fix Last Line No Longer Available on iPhone 13

 Last Line No Longer Available error has become the bane of iPhone users worldwide who have been inflicted with this issue. Due to the iOS 13 update, iPhone users face the Last Line No Longer Available message on their device screen when using apps or making calls. 

The error typically appears when opening or closing an app and may also appear as you try to make or take calls from your iPhone device. There are multiple ways to fix Last Line No Longer Available on iPhone 13, with any of these methods working for different users in different cases.

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If This Then That (IFTTT)

IFTTT, short for If This Then That, is a free service that allows you to create chains of simple conditional statements, called recipes. You can make recipes using a variety of ingredients and actions. For example, you can create a recipe that says If it's raining outside, then turn off my AC or If I run 2 miles today, then remind me to buy water tomorrow. You can also use IFTTT recipes with smart home devices like Google Home or Amazon Alexa devices like Echo and Dot. So if you want your house lights turned on when you walk in after dark or a reminder about essential tasks when you leave work for home, then consider creating an IFTTT account!

Backup your text messages

To recover your deleted text messages from another phone where you got a error message that Last Line No Longer Available, you'll need a copy of the first. There different options available you can do that. One option is to use iCloud or iTunes backup and recovery services. If that isn't an option for some reason, there are still other ways you can save your texts in case they ever get lost. First, use iCloud or iTunes backup and recovery services. If that isn't an option for some reason, there are still other ways you can save your texts in case they ever get lost.

Check Settings – Cellular

To start, check your phone's settings; one of its features could be eating away at your monthly data allotment. Go to Settings – Cellular and ensure you're not signed up for any automatic cellular data updates or notifications. These hidden features can eat through a gigabyte (GB) of data in no time at all. If you are signed up for automatic updates, log out and see if that helps limit your overage charges.

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Delete iMessage from Another Phone (this will turn it off temporarily)

open Setting>General>Reset>Reset Network Settings. When you turn off iMessage, make sure you do it from a device using iOS 8.0 or later. To delete your account from another device, go to Settings > Messages > Send & Receive and tap your Apple ID at the top of the screen. Enter the required  password and then tap Sign Out. You'll no longer be able to use iMessage as long as you've deleted it with a different device. You can also try resetting all settings if you're still seeing Last Line No Longer Available error messages in iOS 12: Open Settings > General > Reset and tap Reset All Settings at the bottom of the screen. Your accounts, passcode lock settings, and more will revert to factory defaults, but all data should stay intact after resetting. If you're still getting an error message telling you your Last Line No Longer Available, try signing out and back into iCloud by tapping Settings app >> iCloud >> Storage & Backup >> Sign Out (top right). Tap Back Up Now at prompt >>> Back Up Now or cancel for now.

Restore Text Messages from iTunes Backup

If you have lost your text messages from your iTunes backup and you got a message that Last Line No Longer Available, don't worry! You can quickly get them back with a few easy steps. Apple allows you to access an iCloud backup to restore just about everything on your phone, including those pesky messages that won't reappear for one reason or another. The first thing you need to do is ensure that you sync your iOS device with iTunes. To do so, open up iTunes and then plug in your phone via USB cable. Your computer should find it automatically and prompt you for authorization on your end. Once done, click backup instead of sync now if started with a choice.

Turn iMessage back On

Turning off iMessage will also cause your iMessage contacts to disappear from your address book and require you to find them all over again. If you're tired of group messaging, it might be easier to turn it back on before unregistering your phone number with Apple. Before doing so, go through your contacts list and remove those you don't want to be associated with a different device. This way, when they message you in Apple Messages, they won't see you as online or available—and they can call or text if they need something urgent.

Reset Network Settings

Check if your Last Line notification is linked to your Wi-Fi connection or 3G/4G mobile data. To check, reset your network settings by going into Settings > General > Reset and then tap Reset Network Settings. This will not erase any of your saved passwords or phone numbers—reconfigure your internet settings so that you can use 3G/4G instead of Wi-Fi. Try dialing back in after seeing if Last Line appears again. If it does, reconnecting to your Wi-Fi should do the trick!

Update Network Settings and Restore Backup

If your last call or text disappeared, try backing up and restoring your device's network settings. Open Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Select Erase All data and Settings and enter a passcode when prompted. This action will erase all of your saved networks, so be sure you back up any important information from those networks first.

Keep iMessage Off until Apple Releases a Software Update

iMessage is a fantastic feature of iOS, but that doesn't mean it's flawless. Many users face a glitch where they can no longer receive messages from one or two people, even though those same people can send them texts just fine. The only way to regain functionality is by hard resetting your phone, which is inconvenient for anyone not close to a computer. Fortunately, some users have found that changing their number will make iMessage work again – and sometimes, re-downloading text message history fixes it as well. Other times you might be forced to get a new phone altogether (lame).

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