Question about LG Cell Phones
Check if you have active GPRS connection , then only you can send/receive MMS. Ask your service provider for GPRS settings.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You should check MMS profile setting. The proper setting should be configured before sending or receiving MMS. To retrieve the MMS automatically, you should set the settings at "Auto download" settings. To check,
1. Go to Message from the idle screen.
2. Go to "Settings" and then "Multimedia messages."
3. Select "Receiving options" and "Home network."
4. Go to "Foreign network" menu and check the status
5. If it is set at "Auto download", you can receive MMS automatically.
6. If it is set at "Manual", you should operate MMS retrieve function manually.
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