Question about Samsung GALAXY S4
Sometimes this is a cell phone provider issue. Give them a call, it is free and they may have something they need to change on their end.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unable to send Picture Messages
you need to be subscribed to a gprs server on your mobile phone, like wap. this service allows you to send the picture messages and recieve them. hope this helps :)
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
To send pics you must have MMS activated on your phone number from the service provider. Call up the helpline of the service provider and ask them to activate MMS. Beware, it is very expensive to use MMS, so, ask them about the charges before it is activated.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Try these they worked for me & I have the same phone:
Menu --> Messages --> Settings --> Multimedia Messages --> MMS Profiles --> Options --> Create --> Profile Name: AT&T MMS, Home URL: http://mmsc.cingular.com, check the box next to "proxy", IP Address: 184.108.40.206, Port: 80, Linger Time (sec): 90, leave DNS box unchecked, Bearer: GPRS then go to Advanced Settings --> APN: wap.cingular, Login ID: firstname.lastname@example.org, password: CINGULAR1 (case sensitive). Hit "save" twice, then "options" then "activate." This will activate your MMS so you can send and receive picture messages.
Menu --> Internet --> Settings --> Browser Profiles --> Options --> Create --> Profile Name: WAP Profile, Home URL: http://device.home, Proxy: check box, IP Address: 220.127.116.11, Port: 8080, Linger time (sec): 90, leave DNS box unchecked, GPRS --> Advanced Settings --> APN: wap.cingular, Login ID: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM (case sensitive), Password: CINGULAR1 (also case sensitive). Hit "save" twice then "options" then "activate." This will allow you internet access.
Hope this helps!!
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks SO much!! the settings worked."
you need to configure the mms settings from your internet menu... but you need the right configuration from your network provider to the settings..
to give you an idea, here's how you may do it.. from your phone, press menu select internet select browser profiles to lead you to internet profile settings.. from your settings, press create. then create the mms profile your network preferred. once created, press save and exit the settings for internet profiles..
to make the mms profiles be the default settings for your mms, do thes steps... from your phone, press menu select settings select phone applications select messages select multimedia from multimedia menu, select profiles assign the mms profiles you created for your multimedia. press save and exit the setup...
now to check if it's working, try sending a multimedia message to your own number to check if your phone can send and receive mms. once you successfully send it and received it, it means that your phone mms is already set and working...
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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