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I keep getting a MMS transaction failed. HTTP 401 Error: Authorization required. How do I fix this?

I can't open picture mail. I think it may be a network problem, but how do I do a connection test? Please help because this is very annoying.

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SOURCE: i cant send nor receive pictures

Hi Kim, Contact your provider and ask them to send you there WAP and MMS settings, usually when you recieve theese you switch off your phone, power it back up and YOU need to send a picture to activate the MMS settings with your provider. Good Luck!

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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You will need to ring your mobile phone service provider to ask them to send you the MMS settings for your phone.

It should come through as sms then you can choose to install onto your phone.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: HTTP service fail / DNS error

It could be some problem with the settings for MMS in your phone.

Please check your MMS settings. If they are not entered, then you can get it from your service provider.

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Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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ask your sim operator for gprs settings

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: I cant recieve or send

Hi, the problem is related to your sim card (network), not your samsung cell phone. In most cases, regarding text messages, the problem is from the Service Operator. Have you tried the sim card on another phone? If not, remove the sim card, insert it on another phone and try sending a message from another mobile to you number, or you can do it in vise versa by inserting another sim card on your mobile.

If you can't receive text messages even it's inserted on another handset, then you need to call the customer care of your Network Operator and tell them your problem, they will help you fix it immediately.

You can check the message center number, but I don't think it's very much important in your case, well, if you wanna try, just check the text message settings and verify that the message center number (which is currently in use) is the same number which is on another phone with the same network (the other sim should be of the same network in your area). If it's different, make the changes and save the settings. Also disable the "Receive Via" or similar settings.. (I can't recollect the exact settings as i don't have the same model with me, please excuse me for this.).

If the same sim card doesn't receive text messages using another handset, don't bother to change the settings or to make any changes with it, first call the customer care and verify from them, you may make mistakes instead of fixing it.


Take care.

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