1. jojobba's Avatar
    So my Galaxy SII has been working fine. I am with Fido.

    My phone doesn't have a data plan so I only get internet when connected to the wireless. I do have unlimited sms and mms and I could send them both when I was connected to the wireless and when I wasn't.

    I was using Textra as the messaging app for the last few months. Suddenly I can not send or receive mms. I have uninstalled Textra (I read that texting issues are common with it) but the problem persists. I have turned the device on and off, removed the battery…nothing changes.
    I have tried with an older phone (a blackberry) and there is no problems there, everything works and I send and receive mms fine.
    I have given root access to Battery Doctor a few days ago (I also just uninstalled it) and Clean Master has root access as well.

    I haven't tried restoring to factory settings…I would like to avoid that for now as I don't want to back everything up.

    Can anyone help please?
    11-09-2014 12:16 PM
  2. srkmagnus's Avatar
    Can you send/receive mms with the stock messaging, or any other third-party messaging app? If so, then it's likely related to Textra as you mentioned - hopefully an update will fix that if that's the case.
    11-09-2014 01:24 PM
  3. jojobba's Avatar
    I can't send/receive mms with stock messaging either. :/
    When I send it says "sending" and when I receive it says "downloading".
    11-09-2014 01:45 PM

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