01-24-2013, 03:36 AM #1
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My MMS has been working fine for forever but all of a sudden, it stopped working a few days ago.
For the past few weeks, I've been primarily been using a Group Chat with a few of my friends, but then it stopped working and I get individual messages from my friends with the "Get media content now" message and I click on it and nothing happens.
Yes, my Cell Data is on and my Wi-Fi off and my Group Messages setting is on. I even did a Master Reset to no avail. But then maybe 3 hours later, it started working again but maybe for only 10 minutes or so, and then it stopped working again.
My half-joking/half-serious theory is that my phone stopped working cause I think it's been about a year now since I've had it. I know I got it sometime near the end of January last year.
01-25-2013, 09:52 PM #2
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I had this happen a few times never really got reliable fix (This was on my Lumia 900 and AT&T) but some people discussed it here and have some work arounds involving HTC phones and messing with the network settings. The other thing I heard is it could be a provisioning issue on the carriers side you can try calling them and seeing what they may know
Why can I not open mms messages? - Microsoft Community
01-29-2013, 10:32 PM #3
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Well ever since then, it's been off and on. One time I couldn't send any messages and all I did to fix it was turn off my data then turn it back on. But other than that, it has been off and on. For now, it's been working for a few days straight now so hopefully it just wasn't working for that week or two and it should be fine for the rest of forever.
- 01-30-2013, 01:58 PM #4
i got a problem like that with my radar i cant send mms at all and i cant find the mms setting to add the setting because mine it unlocked my data works fine but just the mms isnt i herd with the 7.10.8773.98 you cant change the mms settings and i was told to download the windows phone manager or somthing like that where can i get that i just got my radar and i am new to windows phone