Why is my MMS not sending photos?

Why is my MMS not sending photos?

If your smartphone refuses to send or receive picture messages, check that data connection is active and enabled on your device. If you’re using Wi-Fi, temporarily disable Wi-Fi and use cellular data. You cannot send MMS over Wi-Fi, so you should make sure you have an active cellular/mobile data plan.

How do I fix my iPhone not sending picture Messages?

How to Fix iPhone Not Sending Photos Issue

  1. Restart iPhone. Go to Settings > General > scroll down and tap on Shut Down.
  2. Enable Cellular Data.
  3. Check Network Strength.
  4. Make Sure MMS is Turned On.
  5. Check If Apple’s iMessage Service is Down.
  6. Disable WiFi Assist.
  7. Install Carrier Updates.
  8. Reset Network Settings.

How do I activate MMS on iPhone?

How to Enable MMS on iPhone

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Locate the “Messages” section of the Settings app.
  3. Scroll to the section that has “SMS/MMS” as the header.
  4. In that section, check to see if the “MMS Messaging” switch is enabled.

Why can’t I send MMS on iPhone?

If you’re trying to send group MMS messages on an iPhone, go to Settings > Messages and turn on MMS Messaging. If you don’t see an option to turn on MMS Messaging or Group Messaging on your iPhone, then your carrier might not support this feature.

Why do my MMS Messages fail?

One reason why you MMS is not working on your phone is that there is an issue with the Messages app. You can try to fix that by clearing the Messages app’s app data. On your phone, go to Settings > Apps & notifications > Messages > Storage. Tap on the option that says Clear Storage followed by Clear Cache.

Why do MMS Messages fail?

Why are my picture Messages not sending?

If the smartphone refuses to send a picture message, check from the drop-down menu if the mobile data is switched on. If you are using Wi-Fi try temporarily disabling it and use cellular data. Service providers don’t allow you to send MMS over Wi-Fi so make sure you have an active data package or sufficient balance.