There are a lot of things that people need to set up when they first start using their Android smartphone. Now no matter what type of iPhone you own and use, you’ll have to make sure you have all the basics mastered first. Basics include all of your Android device’s core functions, so these are things like successfully making a call or sending your first text message. You’d be surprised to know that we get a lot of messages asking for us to teach people how to do these functions. Once you’ve managed these basics, you can change up how they are used on your Android device. For example, it’s possible to send media messages instead of texts. This will add both pictures and videos to your text messages. In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how to send an Android media message.
Step 1: Open the Messages app on your Android device and select the + icon to create a new text message.
Step 2: At the top of the page, you’ll be able to add the details of the contact you want to text. Type their name or number into the bar provided.
Step 3: Now type out the message in the box at the bottom of the page. Press the paperclip icon that now appears at the bottom of the page. Use the gallery function that shows to add and implement a video or picture into your text message. Once done, press the send option at the top right of the app.
One thing to remember, is that adding these media files can sometimes cost you money, depending on the type of phone contract you currently have. However, these are the basics of when it comes to learning how to send an Android media message.
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