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Thread: After updating 2.01, MMS still can't be sent?

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    After updating 2.01, MMS still can't be sent?

    Is any able to send MMS? I thought the update was supposed to fix. I'm sad right now Anyone, know how to solve this problem? I tried the redeleting the contact and retyped in but it doesn't seem to work. Thanks.
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    yah this makes me really angry to. any fixes? i receive i just cant send.
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    Just sent one.
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    just sent one? Mean like it works? Did it work before the update?
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    Based on your above description, I think you're referring to the contacts issue. When trying to enter a contact's name in an MMS/text, the intended contacts name won't pull up? This update is supposed make the droid recognize 10 digit #s so we wouldn't have that issue. I really hope its fixed, or I'm taking it back for a 3rd time
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    my droid sends MMS just fine. I am getting ready to update and see what it does now.
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    sent MMS perfectly before and after the OS update...

    when creating a message ... after choosing the contact .. hit the menu key to attach a picture,
    capture piciture,
    video,
    capture video,
    or amr (voiceNOTE)
    or slide show (more than one picture) does truncate pics .. but needs major improvement .. so as to maximize msg space limit and picture size. you're screwed if trying to send a slide show with three pics using the 5mp setting ..(won't let you ... unless you send each pic individually.)
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    update complete and my droid is performing better than ever. thanks guys.
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    are you using handcent? they just released another update for it
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    I just do standard attaching file. A lot of people had problem with MMS before of not being able to send. Is there a way to fix this? Is it one of the biggest issue for Droid :S
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