This may not belong here (but I don’t know where):
I just activated a second RW phone and am in the process of transferring the number from AT&T.
When I activated the first phone it never occurred to me to install Anywhere on it and I don’t remember being prompted to do so.
When I activated the second phone a few days ago I was prompted for a whole bunch of things at the same time: 4 new versions of the OS, new versions of preinstalled apps, the RW app, and the Anywhere app. There was no guidance on what order to do these things, but as listed above is what I decided to do for various reasons.
I thought maybe the prompt to install Anywhere was a mistake, because the other things hadn’t been installed yet.
Now I’m seeing that people are actually installing Anywhere on the phone from which they would normally use the default SMS manager.
What is the advantage of this?
One thing I can think of would be to access phone B SMS from phone A (and vica versa.) Are there other reasons?
How do I access 2 phones SMS messages from a single computer? Is that even possible?
If this question belongs somewhere else, feel free to move it.