Yes I can call and use the internet with wifi off. So, while my issue seems to be solved for now I unfortunately cannot be of help to anyone else to may be having the same problem, because I don't know what fixed it. I don't want to turn it back on and risk screwing up any of my settings if it ain't broke, don't fix it , but perhaps those of you still experiencing the issue can give it a shot. Or can you offer some suggestions. Since you mentioned that your Galaxy S5 was not having this issue, the question is, have you ever tried comparing the settings of your old device to the new one? What happens when you do this? Thanks for the suggestion, but that was one of the first things I checked. If we don't have coverage in your location: so you can try sending messages over Wi-Fi. With Safe Mode enabled, test device and app functionality.
If you're using an iPhone, make sure you. I've been working in technology for over 20 years in a wide range of tech jobs from Tech Support to Software Testing. Buildings can sometimes block signals. Message size doesn't seem to be an issue. We solved this problem with these steps. Have any questions about not being able to receive pictures via text message? If this is the case, there is nothing you can do except ask the sender to share pictures to you via email instead or try things like Facebook Messenger, Dropbox, or Google Drive. To get started, select Messaging from the All apps list.
Hey , I hope you are doing well. It might seem like a bit more of a pain in the but, but it'll be worth it in the long run. Once uninstalled, power cycle the device to disable Safe Mode then reinstall if preferred and test each app one at a time to identify which app is causing the problem. How hard would that be to add that feature to an app that has absolutely no redeeming qualities. I have this same problem. Are you unable to receive from every address or a specific address? If your selection only contains attachments, you'll export the raw attachments. Tap Reset settings, to confirm.
If you found a proper answer, I'd love to know. The soft reset will try to reconnect the Samsung Galaxy S3 device to the Sprint network. No I haven't made any changes before this issue occur. If you can do all these and write back what happens after each I will tell you when to re-test it then I will be better equipped to resolve it for you. By default, the Galaxy S7 is not configured to download picture messages automatically and the reason is to let the owner choose to accept or reject the download.
Resetting the app did not help. Choose folder and file name iMazing then displays a dialog asking you where you want to save the exported messages: Select a location, change the file name if needed, then click Choose. But rest assured we read every message we receive. If you haven't tested multiple senders, please have someone else send you one to ensure that it isn't just one. At this point, ask a friend to try sending you a picture. I cannot receive from every address 4.
We have saved the best solution last. Solution: Since you mentioned that the issue started after the update, then it might be a problem with the Messaging app. I've cleaned the cache, checked all the settings, and then have to restart my phone. At this point, the To field is active and awaiting your input. Here's how to help your photos appear in text messages so you don't lose your mind! Now press the Power key and hold it turn on your phone. However, the choice is with the owner.
Now test your Galaxy S3 to see is the problem is resolved. This may take a while, so please be patient. This procedure will clear all your messages, so we recommend to backup the important messages. Verify the available memory space: Many services require free memory. This would make your lfe miseraable so follow. I told him to deactivate the phone and reactivate my old Chocolate 3. I have noticed this problem starting today.
Oh Microsoft, why can't you see the light. If you're only having trouble seeing pictures from one particular sender over and over and over again, and you can sometimes see pictures, but not at other times, it may be the person works or lives somewhere that has a block or throttle on the network. It just sits here and does nothing. If the issue fails to occur, the cause has been isolated to a third-party app and all recently installed or updated apps should be uninstalled. This is the part where everyone makes mistake. If you just transferred your number to Google Fi, there might be a 48h delay before you can send or receive text messages.