Sometimes iPhone users have problems sending photos to friends and loved ones. Sometimes this problem has nothing to do with the use of carriers, but could be caused by the selection of bad controls in your iPhone. The iOS community is designed so that it is easy to send images via a messaging app, and this happens on the iMessage platform between two iOS devices. Sometimes such messages containing images do not go either they get stuck halfway or the message completely fails. Let's find out why the photo remains blocked halfway and find an installation. To send images via iMessage, the user must activate the functionality and the recipient must also use iMessage to receive it. When your photo is sent, the "Send" button turns blue in iMessage.
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How to fix iPhone not to send photos
Check cell data
If you are using cellular data to access the Internet on your iPhone, make sure it is active. Go to Settings, choose Cellular and make sure the button next to Cellular data is green. Then launch Safari and try to open Www.apple.com. If it can be opened, it means that cellular data is not the reason why your iPhone is not sending picture messages.
Does your iPhone series support 4G? If so, check to see if you've enabled it. Using 4G can give you faster internet speed, because a bad internet connection can prevent the iPhone from sending photos. Open Settings >> Cellular >> Cellular data options >> press the 4G option.
Switch to WiFi
If you have a WiFi network instead, it would be preferable to use it instead of cellular data. Before switching the Internet connection to Wi-Fi, first deactivate cellular data on your iPhone. To activate WiFi, open the control center by swiping from any screen on your iPhone and press the WiFi icon. You can also access Settings, select WiFi and activate it. Make sure the WiFi is working properly. You can test it by browsing Safari.
Check data and time
Make sure your date and time are correct. To check it, go to Settings >> General >> Date and time. You can set it manually or automatically. Your time zone is also set correctly by opening the settings >> General >> Date and time >> Time zone.
Before you can send and receive a picture message on multiple platforms, you must activate MMS messaging. To check if MMS messaging is active, go to Settings >> Messages. Make sure both of these features are active. You can also activate and deactivate, then reactivate.
If you have iMessage not sending picture problem to your iPhone, try to activate the iMessage function. It can also solve the iPhone not to send picture problems.
- Go to settings.
- Select the messages.
- Press iMessages once to turn it off and press again to turn it back on.
Turning off the iPhone for a minute works to solve many problems. You can restart your device if your iPhone does not send photo messages. Press and hold the Power / Standby button until you see the red cursor on the screen. Slide it to reach it. Wait 30 seconds. Then press the same button for a few seconds until the Apple logo appears.
Check the update of the transporter parameters
Updating your carrier settings can improve connectivity and cellular network performance, which may be the reason your iPhone did not send out any photo issues.
- Connect your iPhone Internet.
- From the Home screen, open Settings >> General >> About.
- You will be able to see the update of the operator parameters if it is available.
Reset network settings
This method will reset and return all network parameters to their default values. By doing this, your iPhone not sending the photos problem can be resolved. The steps are so simple, open Settings >> General >> Reset >> Reset network settings. Here, you need to enter the authentication code and continue it by pressing Reset network settings in the popup window.
In many cases, iPhone issues can be resolved with the iOS update. Finally, updating the software is simple and secure.
- Back up your data first.
- Make sure your iPhone has a minimum of 50% of the battery life and is connected to a stable internet connection.
- From the home screen of your iPhone, open Settings >> General >> Software update.
- If the update is available, tap Install now.
Reset all settings
If you've followed all of the above solutions, but still can't send photos to iPhone, try resetting all settings. To do this, go to Settings, choose General and scroll down until you find Reset. Tap it. Then, in the Reset window, select Reset all parameters. First enter your access code and complete the action by pressing Reset all parameters in the popup window.
All of the above solutions are effective for repairing iPhone without sending images to iPhone 4, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
If you have tried the above solutions, and nothing works, contact your operator, Genius Bar, or nearest Apple authorized service provider.