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I would suggest trying vlc (videolan.org).


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OK. So I called up Sprint. They told me that having WiFi calling enabled doesn't allow for MMS download because it makes the phone use all its bandwidth from the WiFi for calling, none for those messages. So theoretically if you have WiFi but not WiFi calling enabled you should get the messages.


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Not a great solution, but you can forward the MMS to your Gmail. When you open the attachment in Gmail, it will import the contact.


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How To Send a Text to an Email Address Hopefully I hope this helps you. It is a test that will help you determine if you can send SMS to email. Open your regular text messaging app and type a text like you normally would, but in the 'To', field enter your email address. Send one to yourself first to see if it works. There is also a carrier specific ones ...


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You have to enable MMS, (it's usually already enabled), and when you have done so, you can turn 4G on. Once that is done, and 4G/LTE, 3G is on, then you can type an email to send to.. type your message, and voila.



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