Access Wireless MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) settings for sending and receiving MMS messages on Android devices and iOS devices. To successfully send and receive MMS messages, ensure that you have Access Wireless plan and within network coverage. Access Wireless uses the Sprint network which T-Mobile currently owns to offer its services. The two have the widest network coverage in the United States.
Access Wireless APN and MMS are normally set automatically when the SIM is inserted into your device. If that does not happen, set them manually as listed below for iPhone and Android. To allow your device to do this, delete your current existing APN settings then remove your SIM and insert it into your device once more. Install the settings sent to you automatically then restart your device.
Access Wireless MMS Settings for iPhone
Enable MMS on iPhone by navigating to Settings > Messages then enable MMS by turning on the MMS switch.
Navigate to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network then input the settings below under MMS section.
- APN: wap
- Username: (leave this blank)
- Password: (leave this blank)
- MMSC: unchanged
- MMS Proxy: unchanged
- MMS Max Message Size: 1048576
- MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
Set up Access Wireless APN internet settings to browse the internet. Restart your iPhone for the settings to take effect. You can also secure access to the internet by using one of these fast and free VPNs.
Access Wireless MMS Settings for Android Devices
Access Wireless MMS is set together on the same page as the APN settings. Set up Access Wireless APN internet settings to set up the MMS settings.
To successfully send and receive MMS message son Android devices, ensure that the APN is set up appropriately. The APN Type has to have MMS in it so your phon/device can use those settings to send and receive MMS messages.
Access Wireless Automatic Network Configuration
You can automatically configure APN and other network configuration on your Access Wireless device by resettings network configuration.
To reset network settings on an iPhone, navigate to Settings > General >Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset Network Settings. You will need to enter your passcode to successfully do this.
On Android, navigate to Settings > System > Reset Options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile and Bluetooth >Reset settings to reset network configurations.
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