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Ever wondered how you can send a mms in an Android smartphone If you are an Android user who loves to use the messaging feature and is active on the textbox 24x7 you must've been missing this feature.
This feature is very obviousy present in your Android phone but using it efficiently can be a painful task. If you receive a MMS and you want to download it you are likely to get stuck with either having to physically force the picture message to download or worse, forcing the download only to not see the photo appear.
We'll show you how to go enable this feature in your phone in a few simple steps. It's fun and easy and it'll ease the MMS usage on your device.
Prerequisites for the process: Stock Messaging app or third-party alternative such as Handcent or GoSMS.
Install the 3rd party messenger on your Android smartphone. In this case we're using GoSMS
The App will automatically ask you whether you want to use it as your default messanger. Click on OK.
Now go to settings menu in your messaging options.
Now go to the Mulimedia messages Options and check 'Auto retrieve' and 'Group messaging'. Now you're good to go.