Question about Alcatel Cell Phones
I can't send pitures or get any
That means that ur mms settings is faulty. request for ur mms setting from ur network provider
Posted on Nov 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is your internet and text messageing for incomming and outgoing working? If it is you will need to contact your carrier and let them know...they will collect some information from you and send it off to thier engineers to have your issue fixed...it might be something as simple as you need the correct feature or settings on your account adjusted. Also if it's unlocked...there's no guarantee that the internet will work on another carriers network therefore it limits what other features you can use...such as mms (which is one part internet and one part text message). Good luck
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
SOURCE: cant send picture messages
Ok so your guys's problem is that you have an unlocked UK phone in the US on a different network band. now i dunno if that made any sense to you but what you need to do is call tmobile, preferably not from the cookie, (if you call from another tmobile phone then the number to dial is just 611 if it isnt a tmobile phone then go look up the tech number. once you call just tell them that you have the LG KP500/cookie and that you would like help setting the picture messaging up. theyll be gald to help you, or they should be anyway. good luck
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: cant send mms bt can recieve
1. Open the "Menu" and then select "Settings."
2. Tap "Connectivity," then "Internet profiles" and then "Add profile."
3. Enter "#Profile" as the "Title." Select "Proxy" in the "Use proxy" field.'
4.Change the "Proxy server address" to "#MMSProxy" and then "Proxy server port" to "#MMSPort."
5. Select the existing access point from the list and click "Save".
Posted on Aug 17, 2012
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