H2O Wireless MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) settings for iPhone, Android devices, and other devices that use H2O Wireless to send and receive pictures, videos and audio files. To successfully do this, ensure that you have an active H2O Wireless plan within network coverage.
H2O Wireless uses AT&T network to offer it’s services. AT&T has one of the widest 4G LTE and 5G network coverage in the United States.
H2O Wireless MMS Settings for iPhone
Enable MMS onH2O Wireless iPhone by navigating to Settings > Messages > MMS Messaging. Enable MMS to send and receive MMS messages.
Manually configure H2O Wireless settings by navigating to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network then input the settings below under MMS section.
- APN: PRODATA
- Username: (leave this blank)
- Password: (leave this blank)
- MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
- MMS Proxy: proxy proxy.mobile.att.net
- MMS Port: 80
- MMS Max Message Size: 1048576
- MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
Save then set up H2O Wireless APN internet settings as the two work hand in hand. Restart your iPhone.
H2O Wireless MMS Settings for Android Devices
H2O Wireless MMS and APN settings are set together on the same location on your Android device. Set up H2O Wireless APN internet settings to be in a position to send and receive MMS messages.
While settings up H2O Wireless APN, ensure that you clearly indicate and set up all settings related to MMS. They include MMS Proxy, MMS Port, and APN Type. These settings are crucial to sending and receiving MMS messages and have to be set exactly the way they appear.
H2O Wireless Automatic Network Configuration on iPhone and Android Devices
To receive automatic H2O Wireless network configuration on iPhone, reset the network configuration. Navigate to Settings > General >Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset Network Settings then input passcode. Restart your iPhone then install the network configuration profile under settings.
On an Android device, delete the existing APN configuration then remove your SIM from your phone. Restart your device then insert the SIM into it once more. Install network configuration then restart your device.
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