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Galaxy Tab S6 won’t send MMS after Android 10 update

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Galaxy Tab S6 won’t send MMS after Android 10 update: An unfortunate news, Galaxy Tab S6 won’t send MMS after the Android 10 update. It may take some a time for troubleshooting your device that you won’t be able to send pictures as message. One issue might be with your phone that it may have some firmware problem.

As it’s confirmed, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 have already received official Android 10 update. But with new update, new error and problems came with it. Most users are facing the texting issue in the Galaxy Tab S6. Well, others have also complained about the error when they are trying to send MMS. Here we will provide you with an accurate answer on how to send MMS from your Galaxy Tab S6. Follow this article. So let’s get going.

Solution-1: Make sure you have Enabled your mobile data

Galaxy Tab S6 Won’t Send MMS After Android 10 update
Enable your mobile data

As per the necessary knowledge, you need to have internet connection via Wifi or mobile data to send or receive MMS. It will be our first stop to solve the problem:

Step-1: Swipe down from the top and then long-press on mobile data icon.

Step-2: Data usage window will pop-up.

Step-3: Check whether you have enabled your mobile data, if not just swipe the bar, and your mobile data will be enabled.

Step-4: If you have enabled the mobile data, try to send MMS now. 

Well, mostly it will solve the problem, but still you are no able to send MMS. Head ups towards the next solution.

Solution-2: You need to force restart your Galaxy Tab S6

Galaxy Tab S6 Won’t Send MMS After Android 10 update
Force restart your Galaxy Tab S6

Well, if you are here, then the mobile data is not the problem in your case. Many time there are issue in the device which won’t let you send MMS. Time and again, such issues can be solved by performing force restart on the tablet. Stop two:

Step-1: Press and hold down the power key and the volume down button for 10-15 seconds.

Step-2: Your tablet will vibrate after 10-15 seconds and will shut down itself.

Step-3: When the screen displays the Samsung logo, leave both the keys and then wait until the reboot is successfully finished.

After the successful reboot, try to check if the problem is fixed or not.

Solution-3: You need to reset the network services

Galaxy Tab S6 Won’t Send MMS After Android 10 update
Reset the network services

Well, sorry that the above two solutions didn’t work for you. No worries, keep hope. At many instances, network failure happens, and it’s a common problem. So, now we will reset the network settings on Galaxy Tab S6. Stop three:

Step-1: Swipe down from the top, and hit on the Setting icon.

Step-2: Swipe down and Go to General Management.

Step-3: You will see different options such as Language and input, Date and Time, choose Reset.

Step-4: In rest window, you will again find many reset options such as reset settings, factory data reset, leave all that and Tap on Reset network settings.

Step-5: A new window will open you will find a blue button of Reset Setting, hit it and all your network services will get reset.

Go again and try sending MMS.

Solution-4: Final call, Factory reset your Galaxy Tab S6

Galaxy Tab S6 Won’t Send MMS After Android 10 update
Factory reset your Galaxy Tab S6

If you haven’t been benefited by above all three solutions, go and check if the problem is related to your account. And if it is not account-related, then we only have this last option to Factory reset the Galaxy tab S6. Before resetting your device, make sure you have taken backup of your files. Last and fourth stop:

Step-1: Swipe down from the top, and hit on the Setting icon.

Step-2: Swipe down and Go to General Management.

Step-3: You will see different options such as Language and input, Date and Time, choose Reset.

Step-4: In rest window, you will again find many reset options such as reset settings, reset network, leave all that and Tap on Factory Data Reset.

Step-5: A new window will open you will find a blue button of Reset hit it and all your data will get formatted.

After the factory reset, your Galaxy Tab S6 will be new as it is the first day of Tab. So go ahead and set up your Tab. Resetting will almost solve all problems.

 

Also read, How to Manage and Access Samsung Keyboard Settings on Galaxy Tab S6

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