Whether you’re a new customer, or an existing customer who has just completed an iOS upgrade, you will need to enter or re-enter your MMS settings in order to send MMS messages. This applies to the following iPhone models:
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 5S
- iPhone 5C
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4S
What is an MMS Setting? A setting on your iPhone that allows users to send and receive messages with pictures, images or videos via text message.
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Here’s how enable LTE Data:
After you complete your iOS upgrade, please go to Settings > Cellular.
Once there, look for the Enable LTE option and toggle it on. When you do that, you will see the following pop-up message:
Select Enable LTE, then click on Cellular in the upper left corner and exit settings.
MMS Setting Instructions:
To enter your MMS settings, please go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network.
Once in Cellular Data Network, scroll down to the MMS section and enter the following information:
|MMS Max Message||1048576|
|MMS UA Prof Url||http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf|
APN Setting: In the APN section, please manually enter the following text: wholesale
MMSC Setting: In the MMSC section please manually enter the following text: http://wholesale.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Max Message Setting: In the MMS Max Message section please manually enter the following text: 1048576
MMS UA Prof URL: In the MMS UA Prof URL section please manually enter the following text: http://apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
Once the above settings have been updated, please tap the Cellular button in the top left corner to exit the setup page. After updating, please restart your phone for the changes to take effect.
NOTE: If you do not update your MMS settings after upgrading to iOS9 then you will not be able to send MMS messages. iMessage will still work, but MMS files to people not on iMessage will fail. You will also not get any photo, video, or other MMS files from non-iMessage users.