To send a photo to an Android device, you need MMS option. Make sure it’s enabled under Settings > Messages. If it is and photos are still not sending, contact your carrier.
- Why can’t I send pictures to non iPhone users?
- Why are my pictures not sending to androids?
- Why can’t I send pictures from iPhone to Samsung?
- Why can’t I send texts to non-iPhone users?
- Can I Bluetooth photos from iPhone to Android?
- How do I transfer pictures from iPhone to Android?
- How do you send pictures from iPhone to Android offline?
- Why does my phone not send picture Messages?
- How do I activate my MMS?
- Why can’t I send Messages to Android from iPhone?
Why can’t I send pictures to non iPhone users?
Make sure that you have cellular data turned on. You will not be able to send pictures to non-iMessage users without it. If that still doesn’t work, contact your carrier. Note that the cost will vary depending on your carrier and plan.
Why are my pictures not sending to androids?
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.
Why can’t I send pictures from iPhone to Samsung?
Go to Settings > Messages and turn MMS Messaging on. Go to Settings > Cellular and turn Cellular Data on. Go to Settings > Cellular and turn Data Roaming on if you’re roaming on a cellular provider network that is different from your billing provider’s network.
Why can’t I send texts to non-iPhone users?
The reason you’re not able to send to non-iPhone users is that they don’t use iMessage. It sounds like your regular (or SMS) text messaging isn’t working, and all your messages are going out as iMessages to other iPhones. When you try to send a message to another phone that doesn’t use iMessage, it won’t go through.
Can I Bluetooth photos from iPhone to Android?
To transfer files wirelessly between an iPhone and an Android device, both devices must be running the same third-party Bluetooth file transfer application. … Install the free Bump app on both devices to share files through a Bluetooth connection.
How do I transfer pictures from iPhone to Android?
a) Inside Google Photos app on the iPhone, go to “Photos” tab. b) Find Live photos you want to transfer to Android. Tap and hold on one of the photos you would like to upload to enable selection mode, once in selection mode, select all live photos you want to transfer to Android.
How do you send pictures from iPhone to Android offline?
This will automatically turn on hotspot on your Android device. Now go to the iPhone >> Settings >> Wi-Fi to connect to the hotspot prompted by the Android device. Open the file transfer app on iPhone, choose Send, switch to the Photos tab in the Choose Files screen, and tap Send button at the bottom.
Why does my phone not send picture Messages?
Check the Android phone’s network connection if you can’t send or receiving MMS messages. … Open the phone’s Settings and tap “Wireless and Network Settings.” Tap “Mobile Networks” to confirm it is enabled. If not, enable it and attempt to send a MMS message.
How do I activate my MMS?
How to enable MMS on an iPhone
- Open Settings.
- Tap on Messages (it should be about halfway down the column that starts with “Passwords & Accounts”).
- Scroll down to the column with the heading “SMS/MMS” and if necessary tap on “MMS Messaging” to turn the toggle green.
Why can’t I send Messages to Android from iPhone?
Make sure that you’re connected to a cellular data or Wi-Fi network. Go to Settings > Messages and make sure that iMessage, Send as SMS, or MMS Messaging is turned on (whichever method you’re trying to use).