This question is about the new WhisperPush-feature in CyanogenMod-ROMs: http://www.cyanogenmod.org/blog/whisperpush-secure-messaging-integration
- Me and a friend of mine have both enabled the new WhisperPush-feature on our CyanogenMod-phones.
- Our mobile plan allows us to send unlimited SMS without extra cost.
- We don't have a constant internet connection (no mobile-data plan)
- I currently have an internet connection (via WiFi) and send a SMS to my friend
- WhisperPush sees, that we're both using WhisperPush/TextSecure and sends my message (encrypted) via TextSecure.
- My friend does not have an internet connection right now.
As far as I understand the system, my message will not be delivered until he gets online somehow. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Since this is not what we want, we both want to disable WhisperPush.
How do we do this? If we just uninstall the WhisperPush-App, wouldn't that mean:
- That our accounts remain active (and the data remains on the servers)?
- If a third person using WhisperPush sends me a message, it will be send via TextSecure, but never received by me, because I disabled the app?
Since the App does not offer any option to delete my Account, how am I able to effecively disable my account and delete the app without any further consequences?