Many iPhone 14 users worldwide are reporting issues with sharing pictures to Android devices, as they are unable to send pictures or videos. This issue has been reported by multiple users in the past couple of weeks, and they are searching for solutions to fix the problem.
Along with iPhone 14, many other iPhone users are asking, “why I can’t I send pictures to non-iPhone users”, “iPhone won’t send pictures to Android”, “why will my iPhone 14 not send pictures to Android” and “iPhone 14 pro max not sending pictures”. These are similar problems that are reported by the other users here. We are going to solve the issue.
How To Fix iPhone 14 Not Sending Pictures To Android
1. Enable iMessage
The first and foremost thing we suggest to our users is to ensure that the iMessage option is enabled. If this option is not activated, you may not be able to send pictures from iPhone 14 to Android. To check this out, go to Settings > Messages > iMessage and turn the toggle on next. Also, check if Send & Receive option-based email is set correctly.
2. Reset Network Settings
Resetting Network Settings can help fix iPhone 14 not sending pictures to Android. Once you reset network settings, it will refresh the network and settings and let you send media files from iPhone to Android without any issues.
3. Check On Apple Server
Whenever you get any issue related to any Apple server, you need to check on the Apple Sever regarding the service to ensure that the problem is not global. So if the issue is global, you can visit the Apple server page and check the status of the iMessage service. If the service is down globally, wait for some time to fix the issue by the Apple team.
4. Update The iOS Version
If Apple has landed the new IOS update, but you are still the older version of the system, you may need help sending images from iPhone to Android. Therefore, you need to ensure that your iPhone runs the latest iOS version to use every Apple service without any issues.
5. Check and Update Carrier
Sometimes the carrier may get you in trouble by sending media files from your iPhone to another device. Therefore, you need to check if the new carrier update is available and try to fix the issue. To check that, go to Settings > General > About and then if you see the new popup with the note “New settings are available. Would you like to update them now“, then tap on Update.
These five methods are a great solution to fixing iPhone 14 without sending pictures to Android. Which method worked for you? Do you know any other working way? Could you share it with us in the comment section?