I have never had any problems with sending or receiving pictures but then just last week I started having problems..up to this day. I went to the Smart wireless center to have it checked but they said the GPRS and MMS is activated already. What could be the problem? Is there any trouble shooting I can do to fix it?
First thing make sure you have the recipents phone # correct with area code included
second make sure that the type of message being sent is a multi media message (MMS)
third try sending a new photo (one that is taken after you have started creating the message)
if the new photo sends then your saved photos may be unable to send or move. in that case you should delete them
before you go deleting anything tho try swiching the saved photos from the memory card to the phone itself
if you have no memory card in your phone then you should check the status of your phones memory it may be too full and you may only have to delete a few unwanted items
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Feb 4, 2014 - MMS sending and receiving pictures no longer working on Nokia Lumia. up vote 2 down vote favorite. In early 2014 I installed "Update 3" (8.0.10517.150) and the "Lumia Black" software ... "Can't send message Try again".
Well you have to have internet to receive pics from the internet sent from people but thats on trac phones not sure why on your's but as far you not sending pics via bluetooth or mms I dont know your phone should still be under warranty and they should have replaced it 4 you if you bought it with a malfunction. other than that try rebooting your software to see if that helps it may not be a hardware problem.