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How to fix a problem on MMS that won’t send on your Motorola Moto X4 [Troubleshooting Guide]

MMS sending problems among Android smartphones like the Moto X4 are generally attributed to software bugs and glitches. Just like what usually happens after installing a faulty update, be it a messaging app update or Android firmware update. Aside from faulty updates, there are also other factors that can inflict similar issues with the Moto X4 MMS function. Among other common culprits include account issues, network problems and incorrect settings on the device. For account-related issues, you may need to contact your carrier or service provider to settle necessary matters so as to make all your account services including MMS remain good and active. To deal with other software problems that might have prevented you from sending MMS on your Moto X4, you may refer to the following troubleshooting procedures. Don’t forget to create a test MMS message to see if it’s working fine again after performing a workaround. If not, then move on to the next possible solution. Start whenever you’re all set.

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First solution: Quit and restart messaging app.

Apps can give into glitches and minor errors at any time. When this happens, adverse symptoms begin to transpire. In the case where the messaging app in use is glitching, problems like message sending failure with SMS or MMS can be the transpiring symptom. And the first possible solution to this is a restart on the app. That said, quit the messaging app you are using, open it again, then retry sending MMS. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Open the Apps menu from the Home screen.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Navigate to the Device section.
  4. Then select Apps.
  5. Select your messaging app from the Running tab.
  6. Tap the option to Stop under Services section.
  7. If prompted with the Stop system service prompt, tap OK to confirm.

Other method: Force close messaging app

  • Alternatively, you can tap the Menu key (square-shaped) button next to the Home button to bring up  all currently open or running apps. Locate the messaging app preview then swipe it away to close it.

You can also swipe to close all other running apps to prevent them from causing any conflict with the messaging app.

Second solution: Restart your phone (soft reset).

If quitting the app doesn’t fix the problem or you still cannot send MMS on your Moto X4, try to perform a soft reset or simply restart your device. This is another simple yet effective solution to software errors inflicted by minor glitches on certain apps or phone system itself. For starters, here’s how a soft reset is done on the Moto X4 handset:

  • Press and hold the Power button for about 10 to 20 seconds until your phone restarts.

Wait until it completely boots up, then launch the messaging app and create a test message to see if it is now able to send MMS.

Third solution: Turn mobile data off and on.

Mobile data or cellular data has to be enabled for MMS function to work in mobile devices. But there are just times when either sending or receiving of MMS messages failed even with data enabled on the phone. It happens when any of the phone’s network features is experiencing temporary issues or glitches. Turning mobile data off or on your Moto X4 can potentially fix the problem. Here’s how:

  1. Tap the Apps menu.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Tap Data Usage.
  4. Tap the Cellular Data switch to turn mobile data off or on.
  5. If prompted, tap OK to confirm.

Be sure to turn the Cellular data switch back on to allow sending and receiving of MMS messages on your device. Restart your phone then create a test MMS message to send and see it now goes through.

Other method: Turn Airplane mode on and off

Alternatively, you can turn Airplane mode on shortly and then turn it off again. Doing so will likewise disable connectivity features of your phone including cellular data at once. This old trick has already helped a lot of people who have dealt with various type of network connectivity issues including those that are associated with MMS sending errors.

You can use the quick settings bar of your Moto X4 to turn Airplane mode on or off.  Here’s how:

  • Use one finger to swipe down from the top of an unlocked screen. If your phone is locked, touch the Power button to wake the screen up then swipe down once on the lock screen. If your quick settings bar is already open, touch the Arrow Down icon to view and adjust settings, particularly Airplane mode.
  • Locate the Airplane mode icon, then touch on it to turn the feature on or off. Again you’ll need to turn it on for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, then touch the icon to turn it off again.

If that doesn’t help either, then move on to the next possible solution.

Fourth solution: Reset network and APN settings on your Moto X4.

Incorrect network settings can also hinder your phone from sending MMS. A faulty update or app can automatically override these settings without you even knowing. And then you will just find out that MMS is no longer working as intended. If the problem occurs after you’ve downloaded or installed a new app or software update on your phone, then most likely it has something to do with it. To rule this out, you can try a network settings reset or reset APN settings on your Moto X4. To configure or modify network and APN settings, follow these steps:

  1. Swipe left from the Home screen.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Scroll to and tap More.
  4. Select Mobile networks from the given options.
  5. Tap on Access point names.
  6. Tap the Menu icon (three vertical dots) on the upper-rightmost corner of the screen.
  7. Select the Reset to default option. Doing so will reset the default Internet and MMS settings on your phone.

Any network problem including those associated with the MMS function should be solved at this point. But if it didn’t, then consider a full system reset. Refer to the next procedure.

Fifth solution: Hard reset.

A hard reset or full system reset will wipe everything from your phone including critical data, personal information and other customized settings. Any bug that might have caused conflict with the messaging app will likewise be obliterated in the process. So it’s really worth a shot. Just keep in mind though that this will lead to data loss so be sure to back up everything that’s important before you proceed with these steps:

  1. Touch the Apps menu icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Select System.
  4. Tap Reset.
  5. Select Factory Data Reset.
  6. Tap Reset Phone.
  7. If prompted, enter your credentials to unlock your device.
  8. Then select Erase Everything to confirm reset.

Wait until the reset is complete and your phone reboots. Proceed with the initial device setup, configure your network options then try to see if  you can now send MMS on your Moto X4. You should be able to do so if the problem was inflicted by a system bug in the first place. Otherwise, consider escalating the problem to your service provider/carrier for other options.

Ask more help

Contact your network service provider or carrier for further assistance and seek other options if you still cannot send MMS on your Moto X4 after performing all prior methods. There might be some more intricate software issues that require some dedicated software tools to fix the problem on your carrier’s end. Account-related matters may likewise affect MMS services so don’t forget to verify your account services status with your carrier as well.

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How to fix Samsung Galaxy S6 that can’t attach a photo to a text message, other SMS & MMS problems

The focus of this post is how to fix the issue that prevents the Samsung Galaxy S6 (#Samsung #GalaxyS6) from attaching pictures to a text message or adding texts to a picture and be sent as #MMS. This problem isn’t exclusive to the S6 as it also occurs to new Galaxy devices. In fact, I already published articles for the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ dealing the same problem.

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Here’s the list of the topics I covered in this article. Click on the link to jump to the specific problem…

  1. Unable to send text message with pictures, can’t add text to photos
  2. Galaxy S6 shows contacts / senders but can’t download messages
  3. Galaxy S6 can receive text messages but can’t send
  4. Galaxy S6 converts SMS to MMS
  5. Picture sent as attachment is split in half when received
  6. Unable to send photos through text messages, keeps saying “Sending”

We are always willing to help you fix problems with your phone that’s why we are giving you two options; if you want to seek our assistance directly, then fill up this questionnaire and hit submit. Just make sure you provide all necessary details about the problem. Or, you can visit and skim through our S6 troubleshooting page. We list every problem we address so find some that are similar to yours and use the solutions we suggested.


Unable to send text message with pictures, can’t add text to photos

Problem: I, too, am unable to attach files to text messages. It only gives an option to send, and it if I select multiple pictures, it sends them as separate messages. Because of not being allowed to attach files, I can’t send a message (words) with my pic. This issue began for me after I did an update to my phone about 2 or 3 months ago. Please fix it!

Related Problem: I am having issues attaching pictures to my text messages any more. What has changed and how can I fix that.

Related Problem: I know it sounds childish, but I can’t insert a smiley into a text message. Has been going on for about a month. Just did a system update this weekend, but no smileys has been happening before that. Smiley face is there when I am typing using the keyboard, and when I tap on the smiley face next to send, it turns orange, but nothing pops up to select which one I want. I have scoured the web, but no luck. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks!

Solution: Having received a lot of emails from our readers who were seeking assistance to fix this issue, we were able to narrow down this problem to the VoLTE. Just disable it the feature and you should be able to attach pictures to your text messages just like before or add texts to your photos. Just open the Phone app > tap on More > choose Settings > under Call settings section tap Voice over LTE > choose Do not use VoLTE.

Galaxy S6 shows contacts / senders but can’t download messages

Problem: When I send a group text, the replies come and I can see the name of the sender, but not the text itself. There is a “download” button but then an error message that it’s unable to download. If someone else starts a group text and adds me, I again see all of the names (as individuals ) but I cannot read the messages.

Related Problem: When I am on a group message, I am unable to read all the messages in the group message.  I could usually read one of the texts,  but not all. All that appears is : “multimedia message ” (instead of flashing the message instantly ). When I try to open the message,  it is blank.  I thought is my friend’s phone that has a problem (my friend whose message I couldn’t open), but in other occasions,  I could read her text and not others’. Please  help me with this problem!  Thanks.

Answer: Group messages are considered MMS and if your phone tells you to “Download” them, it means that it’s going to use data to do so. The solution is to turn on mobile data. However, if it’s already enabled and you’re still prompted to download the messages, then it means the APN wasn’t properly setup in your phone. You may google the correct APN that your provider use or simply call tech support and ask for the correct one to be sure.

Galaxy S6 can receive text messages but can’t send

Problem: Hi my text won’t let me send text it will let others send me text but I can’t send them. It says failed to send!  I am not out of data time or whatever you call it. I know I have enough, and worked fine before today. It has not worked all day I restored my phone several times also lost a photo I wanted today too. That I took and Can’t go get back. Please help.

Suggestion: Just make sure there’s good coverage while trying to send a message. If there is, then it must have something to do with the Message Center Number. It must be setup in your phone so it can send byte-size data over cellular network. You probably don’t know what the correct center number for your phone is (don’t worry, 95% of us can’t memorize it either), so I suggest you call your service provider and ask for it. Just tell the rep you can’t send SMS but can receive. He/she knows what to do next.

Galaxy S6 converts SMS to MMS

Problem: I have my S6 for a couple of weeks and it works fine.  A couple of days ago, I was unable to type a text more than 3 – 4 sentences, then it started to convert my SMS to MMS.  Even trying to forward an existing SMS, it still converts to MMS. I don’t know if I have accidentally changed some setting.

Answer: The phone wouldn’t convert an SMS to MMS without obvious reason. For instance, a text message will be converted to MMS automatically if the phone detects you’re sending it to group, you included emoticons or emojis, attached a picture, attached a file or contact, etc. Try sending a very short message to your own number and if it went through and you received it as an SMS, then the phone is fine. Otherwise, you need to call your provider about it.

Picture sent as attachment is split in half when received

Problem: I just got my Galaxy 6 and have found that when someone sends me a picture by texting the picture comes split in half. The bottom half is dark and offset just a bit to the right. The part missing from the right side is attached to the left side. This seems to happen only when I receive pictures from an iPhone. Those sent from another Samsung phone are fine. Is there some setting that is goofy with my phone?

Answer: Just make sure it’s not a problem with the picture itself. If not, then it means your phone hasn’t downloaded it completely; either the network your phone is connected to is very slow and the picture is very large in size.

You may also check the APN settings if they’re correct and conform with your provider’s settings.

Unable to send photos through text messages, keeps saying “Sending”

Problem: I am not able to send photos through text messages. It just keeps saying “sending” but never sends. I have tried sending with the smallest photo size and still the same thing. Please help.

Solution: Just turn on mobile data in your phone and you should be fine. If it’s already enabled, then check the APN settings and call your provider if the problem persists as it may be account-related.

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How to fix MMS that won’t send on your Samsung Galaxy A6 2019, MMS sending failed error [Troubleshooting Guide]

Multimedia Messages are messages comprised of photos, videos, group messages, or any text sent with an attachment. For MMS to work on your phone, a data connection is needed. This means your phone must be connected to the cellular data network for it to be able to send and receive MMS messages. If you are using a third-party app, you can still use MMS through Wi-Fi Internet instead of cellular data connection. For as long as all the specified requirements are met, MMS should work properly as intended. Otherwise, you need to troubleshoot software errors that might have caused MMS sending and receiving to fail.

Tackled in this post is a pertinent issue transpiring on the Samsung Galaxy A6 2018 smartphone. If you own this device and are having trouble sending or receiving MMS messages, then this context might be able to help you out. You can refer to the simple solutions and workarounds I’ve mapped below, should you wish to troubleshoot the problem on your end. Read on for more details.

Before we proceed, if you’re looking for a solution to a problem with your phone, try to browse through our troubleshooting pages to see if we support your device. If your phone is in the list of our supported devices, then go to the troubleshooting page and look for similar problems. Feel free to use our solutions and workarounds. Don’t worry it’s free. But if you still need our help, then fill up our Android issues questionnaire and hit submit to contact us.

How to troubleshoot Galaxy A6 2018 that can’t send MMS

Before you start troubleshooting, verify and ensure that MMS feature is enabled on your phone. You can check that through Apps-> Messages-> then tap More or three vertical dots icon located on the upper-right of the screen. A list of menu options will then show up. Scroll to and select Settings-> More Settings-> Multimedia messages. Make sure it’s turned on. If the problem continues with MMS enabled, then you can go ahead and try the following procedures.

First solution: Restart your Galaxy A6 2018

If you’re using cellular data, turn cellular data off shortly and then back on again. That’ll help refresh mobile data functions on your phone. After turning mobile data off and on, restart your Galaxy A6 2018 to dump cache files including corrupted data that might have caused conflict with the messaging tool, particularly MMS functions on your phone. Here’s how to restart or soft reset a Galaxy A6 2018 smartphone:

  1. Press the Power button until the menu appears.
  2. Then tap the option to Power Off.
  3. After 30 seconds, you can press the Power button again until the device restarts.
  4. Or you can do a force restart by simultaneously pressing and holding the Power button and the Volume Down button on the side until the phone restarts.

Let your phone reboot completely then relaunch the messaging app and retry sending and receiving MMS. if the problem persists, then try the next possible solution.

Second solution: Clear cache from the messaging app

Temporary data that are stored as cache in the messaging app can become corrupted due to certain factors and when this happens, there’s a higher chance for the messaging services to go wrong. To rule this out, clear app cache with the following steps:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap Applications.
  3. Tap Application manager.
  4. Navigate to Downloaded section.
  5. Then tap to select the Messaging app you’re using. Or to clear cache from all apps, tap All instead.
  6. Tap Clear cache.
  7. You can also Clear data if clearing the cache won’t help. Just follow the same steps then select the option to Clear data.

Clearing data however, deletes all your personal data stored within the messaging app including saved files, profiles and other information. Restart your phone then create a test MMS message to send and receive.

Third solution: Wipe cache partition on your Galaxy A6 2018

If clearing the app cache and data doesn’t help, then you can try wiping cache partition on your Galaxy A6 2018 next. This will clear cache files from the system folders including those that are causing conflict on your phone’s messaging functions, particularly MMS. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Power off your device completely.
  2. Then press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.
  3. Release the buttons when the Android screen appears and the phone loads in Recovery mode.
  4. Press the Volume Down button several times to scroll to and highlight Wipe Cache Partition from the given options then press the Power button to confirm selection.
  5. Wait until the phone has finished wiping cache from the system partition. You will then see the Reboot system now option highlighted.
  6. Finally, press the Power button to restart your phone.

Allow your device to finish booting up and then launch the messaging app to check and see if MMS sending and receiving functions are now back up and working as intended. If not, then you may have to consider performing resets.

Fourth solution: Reset network settings on your Galaxy A6 2018

To rule network and server settings errors out from the possible triggers, you can try performing a network settings reset to restore the default network configurations on your phone. This allows you to reconfigure necessary options accordingly. This can likely resolve the issue if MMS stopped working after making changes to the network settings or following a new software update installation. Some updates would automatically override network settings, which eventually led to errors. So here’s what you should do then:

  1. Tap Settings.
  2. Scroll to and tap General management.
  3. Tap Reset.
  4. Select Reset network settings from the given options.
  5. If necessary, enter the screen unlock PIN or password to continue.
  6. Then tap Reset settings to confirm action.

Your phone will restart automatically when the reset is finished. Just wait until it’s completely booted up then enable cellular data and Wi-Fi network. See if that fixes the MMS problem on your phone.

Fifth solution: Restore factory default settings on your Galaxy A6 2018

As your last resort, you can do a master reset or factory data reset to wipe everything out from your phone system including complex bugs and malware that caused MMS error to persist. This reset will also delete all saved data and personal information stored on the internal memory. Should you wish to continue, back up your critical data beforehand. Here’s how it works:

  1. Tap Settings.
  2. Go to Cloud and accounts.
  3. Tap Backup and restore.
  4. If you’d prefer, turn Back up my data and Restore options. You can turn it on if you want to back up data before the reset. Otherwise, leave them turned off.
  5. Then go back to Settings.
  6. Tap General management.
  7. Tap Reset.
  8. Select Factory data reset.
  9. Then tap Reset device to continue.
  10. Finally, tap Delete all to confirm action.

Usually, software errors are resolved after a master reset unless they’re attributed to hardware damage. To find out if the issue has been resolved, create a test MMS message then try send and receive it on your phone. If it works, then you’re good. Otherwise, consider other options.

Other options

Contact your network service provider or carrier to escalate the problem for further assistance and other options. Verify and ensure that MMS is included active account services.

If MMS services stopped working after installing a new Android software version on your Galaxy A6 2018 smartphone, then you may report the issue to Samsung Support so they can be aware of and include it among other priority issues to address in the next update fix patch.

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How to fix a Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 smartphone that won’t send MMS messages [Troubleshooting Guide]

MMS or multimedia messaging service allows you to send each other messages with videos, images, and other media files. The service is based on SMS. Files sent through MMS count against both the sender’s and recipient’s monthly data limits in their respective phone service plans. Carriers also specify a limit to MMS size, usually at 300kb. MMS messages that exceed the file size limit won’t be sent or downloaded. For MMS to work, a mobile data connection is necessary unless your carrier provides specific app for you to connect over Wi-Fi. If any of the specified requisites aren’t met, MMS messaging won’t work as intended.

Highlighted in this post are a few helpful workarounds that can be used when dealing with MMS sending failure issue on your Galaxy A7 2017 smartphone. Read on to find out what to do if MMS won’t send on this Samsung handset.

Now, before anything else, if you have other issues with your phone, make sure you drop by our troubleshooting page for we have already provided solutions to hundreds of problems reported by our readers. Odds are that we may have already provided a solution to the problem you currently have so try to find issues that are similar with yours on that page and feel free to use the solutions we suggested. If they don’t work or if you need further assistance, fill up our Android issues questionnaire and hit submit to contact us.

How to troubleshoot Galaxy A7 that can’t send MMS

Before you proceed with these troubleshooting methods, check the mobile data coverage/reception indicator on your device. You should have a steady 1 to 2 (or more) bars of 2G, 3G, or 4G network coverage for MMS to work properly. Also check and ensure your messaging inbox and outbox still have ample space for new messages. Smartphones have a limit on the amount of stored messages in the inbox and outbox. Exceeding the handset’s limit will result to a failure in sending or receiving SMS and MMS messages. If necessary, delete as many old or unwanted messages from your message folders. If you’re on a prepaid account, make sure you have enough credits to use MMS. If that won’t help, then troubleshoot your phone software.

First solution: Turn Mobile Data off and on again.

To send and receive MMS on your phone, mobile data must be enabled. If your device still fails to send MMS with mobile data enabled, turning the feature off and on shortly can help. Here’s how:

  1. Tap Apps.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Connections.
  4. Scroll to and tap Data usage.
  5. Tap the switch next to Mobile data to turn the feature off or on. If it’s turned on, turn it off shortly and then back on.

Doing so will refresh your phone’s mobile data functions and clears any minor glitches that might have caused pertinent issues to occur.

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Second solution: Reboot your phone (soft reset).

A device restart or soft reset can also fix the problem especially if it’s just occurring as a minor issue inflicted by random software glitches. Aside from clearing software glitches, a soft reset also clears and refreshes the internal memory for optimal performance. To soft reset your Galaxy A7, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Power button for a few seconds or until the menu options appear.
  2. Tap on Power off then tap OK. Your phone then shuts down.
  3. After 30 seconds, press and hold the Power button until the device reboots.

This won’t delete any data and personal information you stored on the internal memory of your device, so backups aren’t necessary.

Third solution: Reset network/APN settings to defaults.

To get the best possible network connection, you can try resetting your network connection on the phone and then configure network manually. This should help clean up any problems that could be preventing access to the network. Here’s what you should do then:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap More Networks.
  3. Tap Mobile Networks.
  4. Tap Access Point Names.
  5. Tap the 3 vertical dots or Menu icon.
  6. Then select Reset to Default option. This will restore the APN settings to the default values that match your SIM. If you’re using a SIM from another network in your device, the APN will reset to the default for that network.
  7. Tap Save to apply the recent changes you’ve made to your phone’s network settings.
  8. Reboot your phone to refresh apps and system functions.

To perform a manual network selection, navigate to your phone’s Network-> Carrier-> Cellular menu and then manually select any network other than the default. To complete the network session refresh, restart your phone. For further assistance in manually configuring APN settings on your phone, contact your carrier to ensure you’re entering the correct information.

Fourth solution: Update phone software to the latest version.

Among other factors that can prevent your device from sending MMS are bugs and malware. Should this be the case, installing update can help. Software updates also contain fix patch to clear any existing bugs and malicious software that caused different forms of software malfunctions. To check for available update via over-the-air, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Apps menu.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap About device.
  4. Tap Software update.
  5. Then select Update Now or Download updates manually.

Creating a backup of critical information is recommended before you begin updating. Doing so will ensure you’ve got copies of all your significant files. Don’t forget to restart your device when the update is finished. This will ensure all new system changes are properly implemented.

Fifth solution: Restore device settings to factory defaults.

If your device still won’t send MMS after exhausting all prior methods, then you’re likely dealing with a more serious system issue that requires more advanced solution. In that case, you can resort to performing a full system reset or master reset. Doing so will wipe everything from your device and then restore the factory defaults. If you wish to proceed, back up all your files then follow these steps to reset your Galaxy A7 to its factory defaults:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap Backup and Reset.
  3. Tap Factory Data Reset.
  4. Tap Reset Device.
  5. Then tap Delete All to confirm.

Allow your device to finish resetting and then reboots. After it boots up, you should see it running with the default apps, settings and device configuration. Set up your Wi-Fi network to reconnect, and then enable necessary features including mobile data. Test to see if your device can now send MMS.

Other options

Contact your network service provider or carrier to report the issue for further assistance and advanced solutions. There might be some advanced network settings or the APN settings to be configured manually on your device. Also ensure that your account status and services are in good standing and active. If necessary, ask your carrier to refresh your APN settings and reprovision your device on their end.

In the case where your Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 stopped sending MMS after installing new software update, reporting the issue to Samsung Support is recommended. This can be deemed among other post update issues to deal with a fix patch.

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