We discontinued the AT&T Messages website (messages.att.net) on October 31, 2019. Here’s how to manage messages on your phone and use the app on a tablet.
INSTRUCTIONS & INFO
AT&T Messages app no longer available on select devices
You can keep sending and receiving text and picture messages from your Android tablet with the AT&T Messages for Tablet app. And you can still access older AT&T messages in the tablet app. We’ll also back up your messages in the cloud for up to 90 days.
What to know if you're new to AT&T Messages
First, be sure you:
Activate your messaging service on a supported smartphone.
Opt in to use AT&T Messages Backup & Sync when you first open the messaging app. (You can also opt in at any time from the messaging app by selecting Settings and then AT&T Messages Backup & Sync.)
Have a wireless account with text messaging enabled.
Once you have messages on your smartphone, you can use your tablet app to send and receive messages.
Make sure your tablet has Android® OS version 4.4 or higher installed.
Download and install the AT&T Messages for Tablet app from Google Play on your tablet.
Sign in with your user ID.
Options after AT&T Messages shuts down for phone and web users