It's known that Sprint's MMS delivery comes through their network and if an Android device is connected to Wi-Fi an MMS won't come through until you turn off Wi-Fi.
What about Blackberries, do they act the same way?
I've used Blackberries on all other carriers and they all receive MMS just fine while connected to Wi-Fi.
I ask cause on top of Blackberries I've used Android devices on other carriers and they all received MMS just fine while hooked up to Wi-Fi. Which leads me to believe it's something to do with Sprint's MMS delivery system.
- Re: MMS delivery question by rarodrig26