03-18-2015 10:24 PM
joelbon, thanks for the reply, but I've solved the problem. If you check the first page of comments, there's a description off all the things I tried, including the safe mode check, restore, and full factory reset, before I discovered the app mentioned above. I really needed to get my CPU strain down to a minimum and switch back to Hangouts to fix it. I've had no further problems whether I send photos from my phone's memory or taken directly into Hangouts. I highly recommend the app.
Glad you figured it out. that's what happens when I don't read. It is hard to keep up with all the details of every thread. Is it possible you could pick the answer that you feel best solves the problem. Others will have an easier time finding your answer that way. I appreciate it.
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03-19-2015 05:59 AM
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03-19-2015 08:54 AM
hoojtoons, let me also suggest a little something. I had an issue with sound on one of my phones some years ago. I plugged in earbuds, then unplugged them and the sound came back. I have no idea why. I'm going to guess that on some earlier adventure I'd unplugged and the unit didn't register the unplugging. That's just my non-techie thought. Definitely check the volumes in settings. And make sure you haven't accidentally activated "do not disturb" mode.
06-17-2015 10:45 AM
I am having the exact same problem. It just started doing it out of the blue. Then it said "too many pics waiting to be sent". That's crazy.
Which app are you using for MMS?
06-17-2015 11:26 AM
06-18-2015 07:23 AM
In my earlier comment I said I added a cleaner app that deletes cached memory, shuts down (really shuts them down) background apps, and so on. It's still working. I use Hangouts for SMS and haven't had a problem since I reported this solution in March. There just isn't enough buffer memory. I'm not sure why Hangouts works better than the native SMS app, but it does for me, and All-in-One-Toolbox keeps everything running clean.