I often can't get other peoples' group texts. Instead I receive a blank text. I haven't actually investigated whether the texts I fail to get are originating from iPhones, but off the top of my head, all the ones I can think of did.
It is possible that MMS is not set up correctly on your phone. MMS is used for group texts and also texts with picture or video attachments. Are you able to get group or picture texts from anyone, not just those with iPhones? What happens if you send to the group? If they reply to that message, do you receive it? Their reply should automatically go to everyone in the group.
One possibility is that your number is somehow incorrectly associated with iMessage. Hi, I can get MMS and send pictures. It is set up correctly. I haven't tried a group text with people who don't own iPhones in a while.
This is quite recent. I was able to do it in the past. Renegade Duck, If I send to the group, the iPhone users get the message, but any responses to me don't arrive. I don't know how it appears on their phones. I do know that non-group messages are getting through between me and the other band members, just not the group ones, which until 2 weeks ago, were working. A friend with an Android is also not getting some texts from one of the iPhone users. Tap MMS.
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Tap the Reject Advertisements Switch to Off. We've done the hard work and asked every device manufacturer to see when their devices would be getting the update. I don't know the models they are using. In fact, most of our current plans do include picture and video messages. Nexus 5. Tap the More settings icon located at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the Reject Advertisements Switch to Off. Back to top. Navigate to Home screen 1 and then tap Text Messages. Tap the Menu icon at bottom-right. Tap Settings. Tap the More settings icon located at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Service Center Address field and enter the desired number. Navigate to Home screen 1. Tap Text messages. Choose one of the following options: To delete the entire conversation thread: Touch and hold on the Conversation thread.
I did the update on my ATT BlackBerry Priv and I'm still having issues with MMS / group texts. Here are the issues: 1. Not receiving group texts. How To Fix SMS Or MMS Not Working On BlackBerry Priv. People have troubles with sending the messages, especially group messages.
Tap the Trash can icon and then tap Delete. To delete an individual picture message: Tap the desired Conversation thread. Touch and hold on the picture message inside the conversation thread. Do not touch and hold on the picture thumbnail. The Android user does not need to be the one initiating the text message, just part of the group. Other iPhones are receiving the group message.
Solved by: Go to Solution. I would say to contact Apple as they are the only ones that do anything with the software of the phone. Most likely it has to do something with the software or a setting on the phone itself. Greetings purpleribbon12! The benefits of using group messaging can be so helpful. I would also be concerned if certain contacts were not able to get their response or message through to me!
Before we get into the troubleshooting, I would ensure that there aren't more than 10 people in your group. We currently have a 10 person limit for group messaging, so if the android user was the 11th, that could be the issue also.
I would also advise to check with the Android users to ensure their Advanced Messaging is turned off. For more details, they can visit this site here. I would also suggest resetting your network settings. This will assist in a network refresh from your phone. Because I hate when someone figure out their problem and doesn't post the answer for future people searching for answers:.
In my case, it turns out that MMS messaging setting had been turned off. This did not come at a new upgrade or any other change to the software or hardware of the phone. It's a mystery to me why it suddenly changed. But in any case, I went into the settings of messaging and turned on MMS messaging, which then revealed a secondary menu for group messaging, which I also turned on.
At first this allowed me to receive the messages, but not in groups they were sent in a group, but I received them one-on-one separately form each sender. However, after a reboot of the phone, it seems to be working correctly now. Hope this helps someone else! I had the same issue with my recent purchase of the iPhone SE, your suggestion worked for me. Thank you for your help!