Black Wireless MMS(Multimedia Messaging Service) settings for Android and iOS devices. To successfully send and receive MMS messages, ensure you have Black Wireless plan and are within network coverage. Black Wireless is an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that uses AT&T infrastructure to offer its services. AT&T has one of the widest 4G LTE and 5G connectivity in the United States.
Black Wireless APN and MMS are normally configured automatically when SIM is inserted. If this does not happen automatically, you need to set it up automatically. Set them below for your iPhone or Android device.
Black Wireless MMS Settings for iPhone
Enable MMS on your iPhone by navigating to Settings > Messages then enable MMS.
To set up Black Wireless MMS on iPhone, navigate to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network then input the settings below under the MMS section.
- APN: ERESELLER
- Username: (leave this blank)
- Password: (leave this blank)
- MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
- MMS Proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
- MMS Port: 80
- MMS Max Message Size: 1048576
- MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
Once MMS is set up, set up Black Wireless APN internet settings.
Black Wireless MMS Settings for Android Devices
Black Wireless MMS on Android is set on the same page it’s APN. Set up Black APN internet settings to also set up MMS settings. Ensure that all the fields shown the MMS page are set appropriately.
The settings responsible for sending and receiving MMS messages are the APN itself, MMSC, MMS Proxy, MMS Port, and the APN type. These settings are not supposed to be empty. I suggest copying then pasting the setting in their appropriate fields.
Black Wireless Automatic Network Configuration
Black Wireless network settings and other network configuration can be set up automatically by resetting network configuration on any Black Wireless handset.
To reset network configuration on Black Wireless iPhone, navigate to Settings > General >Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Input your passcdoe then restart your iPhone. You can also update your iPhone under Settings > General > About then restart.
On an ANdroi device, navigate to Settings > System > Reset Options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile and Bluetooth >Reset settings then restart your device. If this does not work after waiting for 2 minutes, delete APN, remove SIM then restart your device without a SIM in it. Restart your iPhone.
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