- Open Settings on the shared iPad.
- Tap Messages.
- Turn the iMessage switch to the off position.
How to Turn iMessage On or Off on Apple iPhone or iPad
How to Sign Out of iMessage on iPhone or iPad
You can’t get rid of the messaging app. Because it is a fundamental iOS and iPadOS component, you cannot delete it. Simply go to settings, messages, and switch off iMessage on your iPhone or iCloud account on your iPad to stop receiving messages.
Go to Settings > Messages > Text Message Forwarding on your iPhone. The Text Message Forwarding screen will read “Allow these devices to send and receive text messages from this iPhone.” Locate your iPad and turn it off.
On an iPad, go to ‘Settings’, then ‘Messages,’ then switch off iMessages. nYou won’t get any texts sent to you. On the iPhone, go to settings/messages and change your message notification preferences. mobile phones listed in red are ones that will not receive your messages.
Turn off iMessage and uncheck email and phone number in Send and Receive on your iPad. Voila, you’re done. No more text messages will show up on your iPad now that they’ve vanished from Messages > Send and Receive > Exceptionally, however, if you have a passcode for the device, it will not be affected by this process. -> Uncheck email and phone number in Send and Receive on your iPad to prevent any further text messages from appearing. nHowever, if you have a passcode for the device, it will not be damaged by this procedure.
Turn off any devices you don’t want receiving text messages. This will prevent all SMS texts from being sent to other phones. You must sign out of iMessage on each device you do not wish to have messages received on (between Apple devices).