on 09-08-2012 18:39
Hello ive got an I phone 4 using I OS 5.1.1 and im unable to send MMS messages,i talked to an O2 guru last night and did everything they said last night changed settings,turned phone off,took sim card out and put it back in and turned wi fi off and tried to send a message and nothing worked,it takes about 10 minutes to send and then says message delivery failure and a red circle comes up with a white exclamation mark has anyone got any ideas the guru said take the phone to an O2 shop
on 09-08-2012 21:08
Mine stopped working today too (iPhone 4, iOS 5.1.1). I had the standard settings as follows:
Settings/general/network/mobile data network, my settings are as follows:
MMS Proxy= 188.8.131.52:8080
MMS Max Message Size= 2097152
So I changed the MMS Max Message Size as described here:
Ios 5 issues sending mms Try these steps > Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data Network > MMS > MMS Max Msg Size > Change to 500000. Now test.(source @o2 twitter) From the useful links sticky post at the top of this forum.
I sent MMS to 1010. I sent ACTIVE to 2020.
I still can't send MMS (I've had this phone for 18 months now and made no changes to the MMS settings, which have always worked before).
on 10-08-2012 08:00
Ring o2 and ask them to reprovision mms on your account.
That usually resolves the issue.
on 12-08-2012 22:28
That's the same with Android I think, you have turn off Wi-Fi before you can use MMS. Although the limited sizes of photographs has prompted me to use G-Mail more.
on 12-08-2012 22:32
You can send MMS on Android with wi-fi on and data off, I tested it a day or so ago.
on 12-08-2012 22:34
....but I have to switch wifi off on my iphone
12-08-2012 23:39 - edited 12-08-2012 23:41
Yep it pretty much resizes and refuses to send anything over 300K or more. Kind of frustrating really considering I know this handset can do it and others can. The only SIM I have is an Orange one although that's PAYG.
Although to be honest, I think G-Mail might be a better method overall.