- 08-17-2008, 08:23 AM #51
- 08-17-2008, 10:42 AM #52
I wouldn't mind not having MMS if cut and paste was a feature. I mean, who can ever remember the ID and Password that AT&T gives you in an SMS? The O/0, l/I, it is all so confusing and not user friendly. I typically check them when I get to a computer at home... but by then I have missed the joke. Yes, I know people can email me the photos... but I have two types of friends.. those who get it (young) and those who I am just amazed are able to dial a phone let alone send an MMS. There is no way they will understand the work around and would think I was crazy to suggest it. Fingers crossed for cut and paste (or MMS).
- 08-19-2008, 05:13 PM #53
I've been attempting to use MMS on the AT&T network with a Treo Pro, let me just say you should all be THANKFUL the iPhone does not have it! I've never had so many issues with a feature before. After 5 calls to AT&T over the past few days it still does not work properly. Either I don't get messages or people I sent them to error out eventually and come back to me expired, etc... Email is the better way to go people. Not to mention way more reliable.
*Here, all these MMS problems will make you love not having to deal with AT&T's MMS issues... seriously is it that hard to figure out AT&T?
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Last edited by Jeremy Sikora; 10-15-2008 at 01:25 PM.