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Sending and Receiving Texts on Android Tablet

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Dear Expert(s):

I have a PiPO Q977 (M6 pro) Android Tablet. Android version 4.2.2

I also have an iPhone 4s running iOS 7.

Is there a way to send and receive texts messages on a Android Tablet using an iPhone phone number?

When I receive a text message on my iPhone, I would like to send and receive the same text message on my Android Tablet.

Is this possible?

Sincerely
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Question by:JeremySBrown
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Does your android tablet has any slot for SIM card insert? If no, there is no way that you can send and receive any text message.

Are you thinking that there is any way to connect the android tablet with your iPhone? The android and ios is not possible to connect using all kinds of protocols as ios is designed to be a secure platform which makes it impossible to be connected to an non-ios device.
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