Can anyone help? I’ve followed the online guidance from Phone Coop to set up MMS sending and receiving, but to no avail.
Pictures just hang without sending and any that are sent I can’t see.
It’s driving me nuts. I’ve unticked the privacy impact box as suggested without any effect.
Can anyone help?
Privacy Impact? This one here? …
What does it say in your Settings - About phone - Build number?
Maybe, like many other providers, they don’t allow MMS over WiFi. Did you already try it when your phone is on mobile data?
I’ve updated to Andriod 6 and it’s still hanging
Build number is FP2-gms-17.08.1 release-keys
I’ve tried it without wifi and same problem
Can anyone help…I really need to send a photo
Perhaps the settings in the Phone Coop PDF are outdated … perhaps try these directly given at EE for EE, Orange and T-Mobile .
Thanks…still doesn’t seem to be working…I can set it up as an option, but when I go back to the APN main page there is no check box next to it…is this right?
If it looks the same as on my phone, then that would not be a checkbox but a so-called radio button, which lets you choose only one option of the group it is set up with, in this case one internet APN out of a few.
And I don’t have anything next to the MMS entry in the main menu, too, so I guess that’s ok.
Google suggests in the years past Orange, among many other providers, installed an App named “SIM Toolkit” (or similar, or not similar like e.g. “Special”), where there’s some provider-specific mostly SMS-based stuff, but perhaps also the possibility to reset MMS, internet and SMS settings.
Do you have such an App installed?
Maybe you should create a new APN in the option of mobile network. It was that i should maded to use sms and mms with my operator.
I’m having the same issue. APNs are as they should be. I used to be able to send/receive MMS, it’s suddenly changed in the past couple of weeks
On the website of Phone Coop it shows that the MMS settings vary. There are several sim providers:
How do I set-up the internet and MMS on my handset?
Your phone should automatically find the settings it needs to use data and picture messaging (MMS). If that’s not the case, you may need to change them manually within your phone’s APN settings:
Internet (APN) - EE network customers
Access Point (APN): everywhere
User name: eesecure
Proxy: not set
Picture messaging (MMS) - EE network customers
APN : eezone
MMS proxy : 18.104.22.168
MMS port : 8080
MMS url : http://mms
Vodafone network business customers:
Access Point (APN): wap.vodafone.co.uk
Proxy: Not set
Port Number: 8799
MMS proxy: 22.214.171.124
O2 network business customers:
Access Point (APN): wap.o2.co.uk
Proxy: Not set
Port Number: 8080
MMS proxy: 126.96.36.199
Should you need help please call us on 01608 434 000 or 01608 434 070 for business customers.
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