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Attaching a file to an SMS/MMS message

by Adam Marks Thu, 16 Dec 2010 7:02 pm EST

Attaching a photo or video to an SMS/MMS message is a fairly straight-forward task. You can either push a multimedia file to a new message from another app, such as directly from the Photo or Video app, or you can attach it directly from within a text message. The easiest way to do this is to tap the Paperclip button icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen to load up a photo selection screen, choose your desired folder and then photo, and tap the "Attach Photo" button. If you want to send a video, use the SMS Photo Video icons icons on the bottom of the screen to switch between photos and videos.

SMS - Attach File You will notice that once you start writing your message, the Paperclip button icon turns into a SMS - airplane button icon to send the message. If you want to attach a file after this, you don't need to first delete your text to get the Paperclip button icon back. Instead, just swipe-down from the top-left of the screen to bring down the Messaging application drop-down menu and select "Attach File" and follow the same steps as above.

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