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Figured out how to send MMS over Edge.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Terrigno, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. Terrigno

    Terrigno Well-Known Member
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    Alright. After messing with the settings and tryna figure this out, I think I came to a conclusion. When I set the camera setting on the phone to 3.2MP and the Picture quality to Normal, I was able to send an MMS Picture message over the EDGE network. I started trying to figure this out when I download FXCamera and noticed that it would send an MMS over EDGE. So I went into the settings on that program. I noticed the smaller picture with less quality sent, and the better quality picture didnt send. And I waited, and waited, and waited and still nothing.

    So I put on the Default Camera App. I had it set to Super Fine and 5MP. I could never send an MMS picture that way. Switched the settings....3.2MP and Picture quality to Fine, and Bam. The picture sent. Give it a shot, tell me how it works out for you.

    Nick

    PS: Also, the picture would send over 3G in any setting but not EDGE. Use this way to send your MMS pictures messages all the time. Poor Edge lol Also, I only figured this out for a picture you take with the camera of your phone.
     

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  2. blazeplacid

    blazeplacid Well-Known Member
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    thats kinda what I was thinking

    videos have to be really small in data size also
     
  3. Terrigno

    Terrigno Well-Known Member
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    Truth. The phones to advanced to send that MMS in real high quality over EDGE. 3G is fine.
     
  4. jeremytanner

    jeremytanner Well-Known Member
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    I think there's something more at play for some of us. I can set the resolution to 0.3 MP, where the file size is smaller than 50K, and my MMS messages still won't send on Edge. I also scaled some test photos down below 15K, attempted to send them through MMS, and they consistently failed. However, as you pointed out, whenever I have a 3G connection MMS will send, regardless of the file I started with (since the phone will automatically scale down photos that are larger than a certain size, anyway.)

    I wish I knew what the issue was with Edge, some are speculating it's related to the admitted issues from AT&T regarding their tower equipment. I haven't been able to test in other rural areas to see if the problem persists for me.
     
  5. Terrigno

    Terrigno Well-Known Member
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    Did you set the picture quality to Normal? Not Fine or Super Fine. Try that.
     
  6. jeremytanner

    jeremytanner Well-Known Member
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    Yep, tested it, but nothing. It just sits there saying "Sending" for a long while, then finally fails. This happens with 4 of 5 bars, on Edge. I'm nearly convinced it has to do with AT&T's tower issues.
     
  7. Terrigno

    Terrigno Well-Known Member
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    Hmm. I see. Well, is there a way they can resolve this? Cause this just isnt right.
     
  8. bogle35

    bogle35 New Member
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    80kb mms seems to work fine...

    1. I had a 80kb mms that wouldn't go out....forgot about it while AT&T sent me a test 4k mms message which I verified I couldn't recieve it

    2. I verified I didn't have internet access with wi-fi disabled.

    3. I turned the phone off while at&t reset my internet profile.

    4. When I turned the phone back on....(the 80k message was sent at 1:28 pm), then the AT&T 4k mms message was tested to send it to my phone and I was able to send/receive it ok

    5. a couple hours later...i verified a 160kb message will fail...I just tested the 80kb mms message and it worked
     

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