Replies posted by GrumpyCat
If you're trying to use e-mail mms the correct address is email@example.com. If you're just trying to send an mms message using your messaging app you'll simply use the phone number. While the above is true it is not a solution to the original problem. The above is a solution to operator error. The original problem (before somebody decided to add Android) is that Cricket can not reliably MMS from the messaging app on iOS. This is a carrier problem, not an operator error. It used to be rare but now it is rare for an MMS to go through.
I have same problem. What has temporarily helped is to disable WiFi and reboot iPhone. Guessing this clears the DNS cache. On reboot with WiFi off MMS pictures usually send. In a day or do its back to usual, MMS fails after a long attempt. I am having trouble sending to non-Cricket accounts. Sounds as if you are having trouble within phones on your Cricket account? I can’t send MMS but Apple’s iMessage protocol via iCloud works perfectly.
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