If you're just want to transfer the picture, all you need to do is connect the phone to your PC, with either a Digital Camera cable, or 'pair' the phone to your PC via Bluetooth. Then use your Image Editing Software, to transfer the image. However, if you wish to transfer the whole message, you will need to install Motorola Phonetools V.4®, which will provide the necessary drivers and additional utilities required to do this. To use this software your phone must be connected to your PC, either via a cable or Bluetooth. The messages should transfer, as soon as this program is opened on your PC. Another method, which I tend to regard as the method of last resort, is to forward the message to an email account.
To do this; you need to access the message in the Message Inbox on your phone and highlight it.
Then pressing the menu key to access the Message Menu, scroll down to select Forward, this will open the message. Next press the right-hand Send To option, at the bottom of the screen, which will open your Address Book.
Then simply scroll down to the email address that you want to send the message to, which in this case will be one of your own, then completing this operation by pressing Send. As you will have realised, this final method will cost you the price of sending 1 MMS message.
No, Cha Cha cannot receive multimedia messages. However, the search engine can send multimedia ads.
The function of a Multimedia Message Service is to send messages other than text to other uses. This can be in the form of a picture, video or other types of files.
The picture is a multimedia. Without multimedia there is no way to send pictures quickly.
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you may need to contact your network provider and ask them to allow MMS (picture) messages aswell as the standard SMS (text) , your mobile internet may not be activated or the SETTINGS have not been sent to you from your network provider and finally is the mobile modern enough to send and receive MMS messages ? its a simple solution but a call to your network provider ie.. O2 , Orange , Vodafone etc... is needed.
press options , then save picture !
Well I have a basic phone a Nokia 2730. My brother sent me large picture messages (Multimedia) from his expensive new phone. For me to view them on my phone, I had to (in the message) go into: Options > Show contents > Open To view them.
no, it will say text message then the number and the time, but it doesn't give what was on that message. Same with picture messages. It shows it was a picture message and the time and number but doesn't show what was in the picture
The disadvantages of the Sidekick 2 was unable to send or receive multimedia or picture messages. Also the phone was exclusive to t-mobile and would not work without a service plan from them.
You can't. You have to use a multimedia message.