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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Forward Multimedia Messages

In Samsung Galaxy SIII you can write text or multimedia message with ease through stock messaging apps or you can use third-party messaging apps available on the market today. You can also forward received text messages to the contact you want.

See also: How to Forward Text Messages on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition to forward text messages, in this phone you can also forward received multimedia messages with ease to the contact you want.

How to forward MMS?
To do so kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Messaging.
  3. Tap and hold the required MMS you wish to forward until a pop up menu is displayed on your screen.
  4. On pop up menu select Forward.
  5. Key in the first letter of the required contact in the Enter recipient field. Now the match contacts are displayed.
  6. Tap the required contact.
  7. Tap Send icon to send the message.
  8. Finish. Now you have managed to forward multimedia message to the selected contact.

By knowing on how to forward MMS on your Galaxy SIII, now you can send received multimedia message to the contact you want. So, Hope it helps :)


  1. How do you forward a sent e-mail to a new recipient?

    1. Hi Buddy,
      Thanks for coming.
      This is the step to do so:
      1. Open Email app.
      2. Swipe the screen from left to the right and then tap "Sent" folder.
      3. Tap the required sent email you wish to forward.
      4. Once the email is opened, tap the Right arrow icon.
      5. Enter the new email recipient.
      6. If necessary, you can create your own message.
      7. Check the box next to "Original message" option in the bottom of the screen.
      8. Tap Send button to forward your email.


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