SFone Wireless MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) setting for Android devices, iPhones, feature phones, and other smartphones. This enables users on SFone Wireless to send and receive MMS messages; Pictures, videos, and audio files, sFone Wireless calls it Picture/video messages.
To successfully send MMS messages, ensure that you have an active SFone Wireless plan and be within network coverage.
SFone Wireless MMS Settings for iPhone
Enable MMS on iPhone before settings up SFone Wireless MMS on your iPhone. Navigate to Settings > Messages > MMS Messaging then enable MMS.
Manually configure SFone Wireless MMS by navigating to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network then input the settings below.
- APN: pwg
- Username: (leave this blank)
- Password: (leave this blank)
- MMSC: http://pwg.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
- MMS Proxy: (leave this blank)
- MMS Max Message Size: 1048576
- MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
If pwg APN does not work immediately after the restart, change it to wholesale. Set up SFone Wireless APN internet settings then restart your iPhone.
SFone Wireless MMS Settings for Android Devices
SFone Wireless APN and MMS are set together on the same page. Set up SFone Wireless APN internet settings to set up SFone Wireless MMS. Ensure you have MMSC and APN Type with mms in it besides default and supl. These are the settings on Android devices that are responsible for sending and receiving MMS messages.
It is always advisable to allow your device automatically configure and set up network configurations on its own. This happens by resetting the network configuration on iPhone. To reset network settings on your iPhone, navigate to Settings > General >Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset Network Settings then input your passcode. To reset the network configuration on Android, delete your existing APN profile then remove your SIM and insert it once more into your device. Install the new configurations when prompted to do so.