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How do i send a MMS without a pic...??

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  1. dreamer

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    Hi I have a HTC Hero (G2 Touch) on T-Mobile in the UK. As I often work abroad I can send free MMS messages as part of my contract, (I get charged 40p for sending a normal SMS) so I usually write a text in MMS and send it without a picture! However I can't seem to do this with the Hero... as I have to attach something in order to send.. can someone please show me a way around this problem??

    Many thanks in advance.
     

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    I'm not sure if there's an actual solution, but if you have to 'attach something', maybe you could just find or create one or more random graphics/ images- save them to you photos and attach one when necessary. Could use anything, a splotch of color, logo for your favorite band/ football team, whatever.
     
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    Thanks.... I had thought about that! Might be the only way around it tbh.
     
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    Using my Droid I find that adding a subject will cause it to send as MMS. While typing the message just hit Menu -> Add Subject.

    Maybe something similar would work for you.
     
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    Yep, that's correct. Adding a subject changes the message from SMS to MMS. I think this gives you 1000 characters of text
     

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