These are what are on my Nexus 5:
Proxy: Not set
Port: Not set
Username: Not set
Password: Not set
Server: Not set
MMS proxy: Not set
MMS port: Not set
Authentication type: Not set
APN type: default,supl,mms
APN protocol: IPv4/IPv6
APN roaming protocol: IPv4/IPv6
MVNO type: None
If you don't have the option to set MMSC, you'll have to talk to Verizon as to why it's not available.
The only difference in mine is the APN protocol and APN roaming protocol. On mine, it was set to only IPv4.
I changed it to IPv4/IPv6.
I also have to use the stock android messaging system, not Verizon's Message+ app. I can send and receive regular texts. I can receive MMS, but not send. It will just sit there saying "sending". Don't know why that is.
Using the stock messaging app works 100%.0
So everything looks good now with how I have it set up. Thanks.
Thanks ...I have been dealing with this last (missing) piece of the puzzle.
I was having problems with attachments and group msgs on my Verizon Samsung Galaxy S6.
Seems the solution there was not only to have the above APN settings match exactly but also the APN type, protocol, roaming protocol also be set right.
Helps to be more detailed in verifying your settings...as in my case I was not.
Same! My issue with sending MMS were spaces between default,supl,mms. Very finicky.
So they both have to be set to IPv4/IPv6?
It worked! thanks so much 2 hours with level one and level two t-mobile support and they had absolutely no idea what was wrong, level 2 support told me that it was my 'internet connection' /sigh