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2018-01-25 05:18 PM
Anyone else having problems recieving / sending mms on Huawei Mate 10 Pro. I've checked the APN settings, spent almost an hour on online chat but no luck. I get an icon with the download symbol - when I click it a revolving circle appears - it tries to download for about ten mins then I get a notification that the mms didn't load. I'm using Google Messages, but have the same issue with the Huawei message app and Textra.
Interestingly, I have a Huawei P9 as my work phone which works fine. Sends and recieves mms with exactly the same settings.
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2018-01-26 06:16 PM
@dbrowne, can I just confirm that your MMS settings match the following?
If that's correct, then it could be a matter of activating MMS services from the back. Can you send us PM with your account details? I need your full name, DOB and mobile number.
→ http://yesopt.us/pmdan. Let us know
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2018-01-31 04:10 PM
I have the same problem, but with Samsung Galaxy S6.
I find that if I go to 3g the MMS will download.
Easiest way to go to 3g is for me to initiate a call, then I go to messages and click the MMS and it downloads.
2018-02-01 12:49 PM
I tried it and no luck. Thanks for pointing that out.
2018-02-04 09:29 PM
2018-02-04 09:38 PM
Same, about 8pm last night, my mobile couldn't make any calls.. then I restarted it and now I have MMS working and also WiFi calling... It's great it's working but it's also disappointing that the Optus customer service doesn't have a clue what the network people are doing. For reasons of liability i assume, the network people will never actually say what a problem is, they will just let it blow over and everyone will be left wondering for ever and a day what the problem even was.
2018-02-05 11:09 AM
Huawei's approach to battery management is very aggressive. All apps are flagged as power intentive by default, so if you have an app acting strangley it's worth going into Settings > Battery > Battery Usage then play around with the settings.