Network problems are usually the main reason why SMS functions aren’t working on your phone. Yet there are also other factors to consider including software errors transpiring on the device. This post contains some helpful ways on how to deal with a network-related issue on a Motorola Moto X4, particularly on text or SMS failure.
A premium phone like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should be able to send and receive text message (SMS and MMS) without any issues but some of our readers have been complaining about because their devices reportedly stopped sending MMS for some reason. There are only two possibilities here; either the problem is related to
When your device suddenly failed to send MMS messages, it may be experiencing some sort of network connectivity issues. It’s also possible that the messaging app in use is glitching or acting up at the moment. Other possible reasons are account-related problems, invalid settings, as well as faulty updates. All these factors must therefore be
When you send a text message and you attach anything to it, the message will be automatically be converted to MMS. It requires to have mobile data enabled for you to transmit such message. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A40 have complained about the problem wherein their phone won’t send MMS anymore. According to
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A10 reported that they can’t send MMS from their phones anymore. The problem seems to have started after an update, which prompts us to believe that this could be a firmware-related issue. However, there are also other possibilities that we have to consider and rule out. An MMS is
Note: this article is for the Galaxy A20 model, follow the link for guide on how to fix Samsung Galaxy S20 that cannot send MMS. We have received quite a lot of complaints from our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy A20 saying that MMS won’t send on their phones. While a picture message is
Picture messages or MMS are transmitted via mobile data. While it’s basically a text message, the attachments are what makes it bigger in size. Also, all text messages that has special characters or emojis, no matter the size, are always considered to be MMS messages. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A30 have complained to
The error ‘Messages keeps stopping’ that seems to be bothering some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A30 means that the default texting app has stopped or working, or has crashed. Most of the time it’s just an issue with the app itself but it can also be a sign that your phone has some firmware
When your phone suddenly failed to send MMS messages, it may be having some network connectivity issues or something have caused the MMS function to fail. In most cases, the main problem is attributed to software errors on the phone. This makes it possible for end-users to resolve at home. To give you some inputs
Today’s SMS messaging technology is becoming so advanced and yet simple to use. App developers are making sure that even the most novice smartphone user won’t find it hard to manage text or SMS messages. Aside from the stock messaging application, there are also other messaging platforms users can download and install on their respective
Before you troubleshoot, check and ensure that MMS is properly set up or enabled on your device. Typically, network services like MMS are automatically set up with your SIM or network. Otherwise, you’ll need to set up manually. If you’re relying on Wi-Fi Internet for MMS services, then your phone must be connected to Wi-Fi.
This post highlights some simple solutions and workarounds to deal with an MMS issue on the Samsung HTC U12/12+ smartphone. Problems of these types are usually attributed to a software error, which means they can be resolved by end-users at home. All it takes is time and effort to troubleshoot the device. And this context
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