Question about Motorola Cell Phones
please ask your service or network provider to send you the updated setting for MMS and then try to send an MMS again. this will definitely work. t1m0thy
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
SOURCE: I am unable to send mms messages
hi this is easy to solve either call your service provider and they will send you the settings via a txt message witch will update your phone or the other way i did it was by going onto my service providers homepage and navigate through the site untill you find the section with the settings you should then be able to send the settings to your phone that way either way should work let me know if your still stuck after doing this
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
CRAIG - you will need to contact your mobile provider line for further assistance on this matter
levsgob - yes you need to download Mobile Phone Tools you can go to brvp.com or install the cd if you have one.
EXINRON - try resetting the phone and if that does not work then you may have a mms setting problem and u will need to contact your provider for further assistance
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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
SOURCE: I brought the phone as
Your phone needs setting up for your new network.
Go HERE and type in your mobile number then click "Messaging"
You should be able to sort your problem from there.
Sorry can't help any further aas not on 2 to use the service :(
Basically you need to either have your settings sent to you via tex message or type them in yourself. Hopefull the link will assist you with either of these. :)
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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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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