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Have you been trying to send a family picture via text message to your grandma who doesn't use a smartphone but to no avail? Is your Android smartphone failing to send MMS to contacts? We have compiled useful troubleshooting tips that can get your device back to sending picture messages in no time. First off, check that you have sufficient balance/funds on your SIM card/account. Telecos charge a certain amount to deliver MMS to the recipient(s). And it usually costs more to send multimedia messages than the regular, text-only SMS. Data connectivity is an important prerequisite to sending picture messages on Android devices. Confirm your carrier's MMS charges and ensure you have sufficient balance to cover the cost of the picture message(s) you want to send. 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. You can turn on the cellular connection from the notification panel or the Android settings menu. Navigate to Settings If you're using mobile data, but Android still won't send picture messages, disable your device's mobile data and re-enable it. If that doesn't work, proceed to the next troubleshooting tips below. Force-stopping the messaging app that's refusing to send picture messages could also help fix this issue. Step 1: Launch Settings and select 'Apps & notifications'. Relaunch the app and check if you can now send picture messages. Your device might encounter issues sending pictures and other types of multimedia files via Messages if there's some restriction preventing it from using cellular data, both in the foreground and background. You should ensure that the Messages app has access to background data. Likewise, you should also configure the app to use unrestricted data when Data Saver is on. To do that, open Settings If your Android smartphone won't send picture messages, it could be due to a cache-related problem with the messaging app. You should clear the app's cache and check if it fixes the error. To do that, go to Settings Note: Clearing Messages' storage will delete conversations within the app. It is recommended that you clear the app's data as a last resort if all troubleshooting fixes listed below do not fix it. Your Android could fail to multimedia messages if there's a bug in the Messages app. Since app updates usually come with bug fixes, you should update your device's Messages app if you aren't using the latest version. Go to Settings Alternatively, tap the Update Messages button below to directly open the Messages app page on the Google Play Store. Update Messages (Google Play Store)Your Android device could have a problem sending multimedia messages if your device's network settings aren't configured properly. To do this, go to Settings Note that this will erase all previously-configured preferences made to your device's cellular data, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. Refer our guide to know what happens when you reset network settings on Android. Updating your device to the latest Android OS version could also help fix this issue. Navigate to Settings Whatever the cause of the issue is, at least one of the troubleshooting methods above should help get it fixed. You can also apply these fixes to third-party messaging apps, i.e., if the Google Messages app isn't your phone's default text messaging app. Have you been trying to send a family picture via text message to your grandma who doesn't use a smartphone but to no avail? Is your Android smartphone failing to send MMS to contacts? We have compiled useful troubleshooting tips that can get your device back to sending picture messages in no time. First off, check that you have sufficient balance/funds on your SIM card/account. Telecos charge a certain amount to deliver MMS to the recipient(s). And it usually costs more to send multimedia messages than the regular, text-only SMS. Data connectivity is an important prerequisite to sending picture messages on Android devices. Confirm your carrier's MMS charges and ensure you have sufficient balance to cover the cost of the picture message(s) you want to send. 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. You can turn on the cellular connection from the notification panel or the Android settings menu. Navigate to Settings If you're using mobile data, but Android still won't send picture messages, disable your device's mobile data and re-enable it. If that doesn't work, proceed to the next troubleshooting tips below. Force-stopping the messaging app that's refusing to send picture messages could also help fix this issue. Step 1: Launch Settings and select 'Apps & notifications'. Relaunch the app and check if you can now send picture messages. Your device might encounter issues sending pictures and other types of multimedia files via Messages if there's some restriction preventing it from using cellular data, both in the foreground and background. You should ensure that the Messages app has access to background data. Likewise, you should also configure the app to use unrestricted data when Data Saver is on. To do that, open Settings If your Android smartphone won't send picture messages, it could be due to a cache-related problem with the messaging app. You should clear the app's cache and check if it fixes the error. To do that, go to Settings Note: Clearing Messages' storage will delete conversations within the app. It is recommended that you clear the app's data as a last resort if all troubleshooting fixes listed below do not fix it. Your Android could fail to multimedia messages if there's a bug in the Messages app. Since app updates usually come with bug fixes, you should update your device's Messages app if you aren't using the latest version. Go to Settings Alternatively, tap the Update Messages button below to directly open the Messages app page on the Google Play Store. Update Messages (Google Play Store)Your Android device could have a problem sending multimedia messages if your device's network settings aren't configured properly. To do this, go to Settings Note that this will erase all previously-configured preferences made to your device's cellular data, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. Refer our guide to know what happens when you reset network settings on Android. Updating your device to the latest Android OS version could also help fix this issue. Navigate to Settings Whatever the cause of the issue is, at least one of the troubleshooting methods above should help get it fixed. You can also apply these fixes to third-party messaging apps, i.e., if the Google Messages app isn't your phone's default text messaging app.

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