iPhone Won’t Send Pictures in Text, How to Fix?

iPhone Won’t Send Pictures in Text, How to Fix?
Samuel

iPhone won't send pictures via MMS and iMessages? Here is the troubleshooting to fix this problem.

"My iPhone won't let me send pictures through text after I upgrade the new iOS 10 system on my iPhone. Is there any methods to fix it?"

Your iPhone won't let you send picture through message no matter you are using iMessage or MMS? Many users also met the same situation even after they restored the device. In fact, this problem may be caused by the network or the carrier. Therefore, if your iPhone won't send pictures in text, it means that you don't have MMS enabled on your phone.

So, here I'd like to show you some awesome ways to troubleshoot this problem.


Solution 1. Fix iPhone Won't Send Picture via MMS

Solution 2. Fix iPhone Won't Send Picture via iMessage

Solution 1. Fix iPhone Won't Send Picture via MMS

1. Make Sure MMS Messaging Is Turned On

Go to Settings > Messages in your iPhone, and make sure the switch next to MMS Messaging is turned on.



2. Reset Network Setting

Go to Settings > General > Reset Network Settings to reset the Wi-Fi settings and the settings of your carrier connection.



3. Contact Your Wireless Carrier

Search Google for “your wireless carrier (Verizon, AT&T, etc.) wireless customer support number”.



Solution 2. Fix iPhone Won't Send Picture via iMessage

1. Check Your Internet Connection

Go to “Settings > General > Reset Network Settings” to reset the Wi-Fi settings and the settings of your carrier connection.



2. Reset your iPhone to Factory Settings

Step 1. Connect iPhone to computer with the USB cable, then iTunes will launch automatically.
Step 2. Click “Restore” button in the summary panel when your iPhone shows up.
Step 3. Click “Restore” again in the pop-up dialog of confirmation, and then iTunes will restore your iPhone to factory settings.





Note: Before resetting your iPhone to factory setting, you should back up your existing data first, so you can restore the contents with the iPhone backup in your iTunes later. (Backup method).

If above method still doesn’t work, I think you may need to restore your iPhone or do a DFU restore. See more about How to restore iPhone?

Sometimes you may find some items you didn’t backup, so if you want to find the lost messages out, you can check out iPhone Data Recovery, and this software will help you recover deleted messages from iPhone.