iPhone 5 picture messaging

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  1. IUBall22 macrumors 6502

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    Is anyone else having issues picture messaging? I can send texts fine, but pictures never go through.
     
  2. Ajones330 macrumors 6502a

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    Are you using iMessage? If so make sure you have mms turned on in settings?
     
  3. LouieSamman macrumors 6502a

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    This happens sometimes with me sending multiple photos through messaging.
     
  4. II BISTRO II macrumors member

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    you didn't specify if you were using iMessage or not, but if you are:

    most likely your ISP is comcast/xfinity and you have a wireless gateway. there is something with the modem/router that blocks one of the ports and doesnt allow picture imessages to go through (it will load up to 95% and stop... 10 minutes later it goes through as a text message)

    you have to either call for a replacement or wait for a firmware upgrade

    your other option is to call comcast and put the wifi in bridge mode (virtually disabling it) and hook up your own router

    if you do not have comcast or a wireless gateway disregard everything i said
     
  5. justperry macrumors 604

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    Same here, I tried to send a picture and the progress bar went all the way to about 90% but then got a warning it wasn't send, the first time ever I tried to send a MMS, did not work, on iOS 6 on a 3GS, and in Indonesia.
    MMS on, iMessage off, MMS settings are set.
    So, are there issues?
     
  6. KandyKane macrumors 6502

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    Have you checked with your provider?
    Here they need to have mms codes added to the number, normally it's automatic though.
     
  7. Cebuano1976 macrumors regular

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    Mms

    I am a T-Mobile Customer. They have instructed to turn OFF WiFi and turn ON cellular data if you want to send MMS.

    Of course, MMS needs to be turned ON in iMEssage too.
     
  8. pnoyblazed macrumors 6502a

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    are you trying to send them through your carrier or through wifi? If you have LTE coverage, picture messaging (iMessage) is a breeze
     
  9. SunnyStudioNeo macrumors regular

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    It is slow for me sometimes; but will eventually get to the receipient.
     
  10. deannnnn macrumors 68000

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    Is this true? I hadn't heard about that, I wonder why?
    I have Comcast but with an Apple AirPort Extreme router so obviously I don't have any problems.
     
  11. II BISTRO II macrumors member

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    yes true. only with the wireless gateway from comcast though (personal experience and countless posts about same configuration/problem)
     

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