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I tried posting something similar, but it hasn't gone through.
For me, sending MMS doesn't work, but I can receive them, if it's from someone on a different carrier.
I'm having the same issue on my Galaxy A6. I tried calling the Message Center but got an automatic voice message that said it couldn't go through. Anybody get this figured out yet?
I also encounter this problem about a year ago and I searched the Internet. People argued that it could be the messages being crashing, which may result from iOS system glitches, iOS system bugs. They recommended this iOS system repair tool to fix the iOS system, thus removing bugs and glitches. finally, my problem is indeed surprisingly solved.
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