How to read MMS on Google Nexus 7
Sometimes Google Nexus 7 may not be set up properly and have trouble reading MMS. In fact, it is likely that as soon as you receive an MMS on your Google Nexus 7 it will ask you to download it. Even if you select to download, you don’t necessarily read it. Therefore, to read MMS correctly and display it in your conversations, you need to configure MMS. Let’s start by looking at the prerequisites for setting up MMS playback. Later we will see the technique to read MMS on your Google Nexus 7 by adding a new APN.
Prerequisites for setting up and reading MMS on Google Nexus 7
In order to set up MMS playback on Google Nexus 7, we recommend that you put yourself in good condition. To do this, first make sure you have a charged smartphone. Second, it is necessary disable Wi-Fi connection Google Nexus 7 to connect to your provider’s mobile data. Finally, we recommend that you have a good network where you are when you perform the manipulation. When all is well, you can start the APN settings on your Google Nexus 7 by going to the next step.
The technique to read MMS on Google Nexus 7
To be able to read the MMS on the Google Nexus 7, it will be necessary to proceed in 2 steps. In fact, the first is to retrieve the information required to add the APN to your operator. The second is to simply create the AFN.
Find the required carrier information
As seen before, you are going to have to create an APN so you can read MMS on your Google Nexus 7. It is not particularly complex, but you will need some information that changes depending on your operator. Whether you are in Orange, Bouygues or SFR, it is very easy to get this information. To do this, simply type APN MMS configuration + name of your operator in Google. Therefore, it will be necessary to retrieve information such as: Name / APN / Proxy / etc. When you have the information, go to the next step.
Create a hotspot so you can read and send MMS on Google Nexus 7
The last step to read MMS on Google Nexus 7 is to add the APN. To do this, you need to go to the menu parameters Google Nexus 7 and then on Mobile networks and finally in Access Point Names . Once you are there, you need to create a new APN. It is on this page that all the information you collected in the previous step should be entered. When everything is back, all you have to do is sign up and activate. You can then perform a test to see if it works correctly.