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Large Files in Samsung message

(Topic created: 11-03-2021 07:12 AM)
StannFresh
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I mean come on its been like that for years if I take a video of 2 minutes on my phone why I gotta use a third party app to send it to my family or my friends. I should be able to send it right in the Samsung stock message app. Please try to fix this as I believe Google does support heavy files, Samsung should to

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Bertolo
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You can use Link Sharing, it works great.
StannFresh
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I know about link sharing, but a 1 minutes 30 seconds or 2 minutes video should be ok to send right through the app. Some old people won't feel comfortable using linke sharing. It gotta be easy for everybody
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notforhire
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on those occasions when I send large files (e.g., videos of grandkids to their parents, documents for work, etc.) I just send via a link. The video quality is outstanding, especially when I'm sending to those using an iPhone. and now, my iPhone contacts send me the same via links because of the quality
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USBetaModerator
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Hello @StannFresh ,

Duration of the video is not what limits sending a file, it is the size of the file. Carriers have requirements on maximum allowed size on MMS and we need to follow them.

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One UI Beta Team

ucancwhatic
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PaperStation
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Google messages on RCS supports 10mb 100mb if carrier is supporting universal profile and U.P. 2.0 will be 200mb limit, MMS is limited to 300KB, then Apple iMessage has a nice 100 MB limit 👌
Focr06
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Like mentioned above.. Is up to the carrier on top of making sure that you're signed on to a RCS enabled app, that has an RCS enabled receiver... This is why I use Android messages.. More people are on it from different networks.