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If you are not able to send/recieve MMS messages, then there is an internet blockage on your phone number. Have the bill payer call at&t customer service unblock internet from your phone because it blocks all inbound and outbound internet even though its free to get picture messages if you have unlimited texting.
Hello Sir, If you'll provide me the Exact Brand/Model of your friends phone then the assistance would be much smarter.
Even though, let me tell you that there's a "Sending Profile" under the SMS/Messege Settings in your phone, check all the arguments under that profile, there may be some mistake there.
you may have to format the memory card by going onto extras then memory card and then format memory card that didn't work so i put it in my sisters phone and formated it there and put it back in my phone and it worked
usually to receive picture messages..you have to send one picture message...
if you cant send mms...check with your service provider if you have free mms included in your contract..if you have then they should be able to give you a solution as to how to activate it...but usually one should be able to send mms
The phone allocates a certain amount of storage for messages on a whole. Even though there may still show space available for text messages, you have hit an invisible "limit" and the phone is now defaulting to MMS messages because there is "room" there. Delete a fair amount of messages and you should be able to start sending regular text's again.