How to text a picture to an Android user?

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With wifi turned off I texted a picture to AndroidFriend and was successful. That would not work at my desk where I generally use my iPhone and have an on-again off-again one bar of signal strength. To get it to work I went to a window at the west end of the house and held the phone just so-so to get three bars and was successful.
 

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Don’t think that would do anything for mms. But it will erase his wifi trusted list.

It's worked for me before, when I got that red "not delivered" message. But, yeah, you have to sign back in to wifi. Most people have unlimited data nowadays, so that's not as much an issue.
 

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With wifi turned off I texted a picture to AndroidFriend and was successful. That would not work at my desk where I generally use my iPhone and have an on-again off-again one bar of signal strength. To get it to work I went to a window at the west end of the house and held the phone just so-so to get three bars and was successful.

Buildings that have a lot of metal can interfere with signals. I was in a school gymnasium and had to go outside to send a photo. The building was metal.
 

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With wifi turned off I texted a picture to AndroidFriend and was successful. That would not work at my desk where I generally use my iPhone and have an on-again off-again one bar of signal strength. To get it to work I went to a window at the west end of the house and held the phone just so-so to get three bars and was successful.

Have you tried with Wi-Fi Calling being disabled, but Wi-Fi itself being connected. That should route out of your mobile network.
My educated guess, it will go out - albeit slowly.
 

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