I used to be able to send and receive Picture Messages but now when I try and send one, it gets stuck at "Sending.."
I tried with a smaller file,sending to myself, with Wifi on, with Wifi off, just 4g, both on, and none of them produced positive results. I also tried resetting the APN to defaults which didn't help either.
So now I figure its my APN settings which I have never touched and still have at default. SO it'd be great if I could be provided with the LATEST APN settings.
Help? I'm on T-Mobile and I have an LG/T-Mobile Mytouch with 2.3.4 Android.
Are you still able to connect to the internet? If Yes, then it's not your APN settings.
Do you have alot of saved messages on your phone? That is a common cause of this type of problem.
I can still connect to the internet perfectly. I have literally only 15 messages on the phone so it's not that.
You're not on Wifi?
I've tried sending with Wifi and without Wifi. 4g is always on though
go to messaging settings & correct and see if the number is +12063130004 if it is then you can send and get pics
WTF. Could I move this back to General? I don't even have a MyTouch Q! And this is just putting me in a freaking deadzone part of the forum
Don't Be Disrespectful And In ThisnCase No One Is Going To Help You... So I Advise A Case Closed
You have done quite a bit when it comes to troubleshooting do you happen to have another device you can try your sim card in?
This might sound silly but it has happened to me recently and like you have had very little messages or phone usage. Go to the message that states "sending" and delete that message. go back to the original source or picture and resend it. try that out. the key part is to delete the message causing the error and just start fresh. let me know if it helps.
I would recommend this doc: http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-1976
Checking the Access Point Name (APN) is useful when you cannot access the internet, have no data connection, or picture messages (MMS) are not sending.
T-Mobile myTouch 3G / 3G Slide / 4G devices that are updated to Android 2.2.1 have a problem with picture messaging (MMS) due to a TelKila APN. You must modify the APN settings as described below.
To verify that the APN and internet data connection settings, follow these steps:
Note: Resetting the APN and master reset both can cause the TelKila APN to return, so it is NOT recommended. However, if you need to reset: From the Access Point Names screen, press the Menu key, and touch Reset to default.
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