you go to the picture you want go to options at the corner then go down to send then in a message and that's you!!
yes you can first send a text message to you email from your phone and get the email it came with then send a picture to your phone with that email yes you can first send a text message to you email from your phone and get the email it came with then send a picture to your phone with that email
You can. The picture has to be a jpg. Send it to YOURNUMBER@vmpix.com as an attachment. When you get the message, choose "options" for the message and scroll down. "Save Picture" will be one of the options. When you save the picture to your phone, you can use it as a wallpaper or w/e. Don't freak if the picture doesn't display correctly when viewing the message. It'll be okay once saved to your phone. Picture message rates apply.
text message ! or texting
First you have to see whether Bulgarian phone is on same network that Australia's mobile and you have to see also that you have services to send message from your mobile.Or you may choose some internet website and browse them from your mobile and send txt message to world wide.
Sending a text message to an email address costs the same ammount of money it does to send a text message from a mobile phone to another mobile phone.
if you have picture messaging you and forward the message you your email and save it there and it works i do it all of the time
it uses magic, and that Jordan slate is a beast
It depends what what phone plan and what phone company you have.
A person can send picture messages from a PC to a mobile device by using their carrier based email address. This comes in the form of their ten digit phone number followed by the carrier's messaging address.
No you can't see your pictures , but if you have an itemised bill it will state that you have sent a picture message but not it's contents .
Not really, its more like a picture message.
it just does ok?!?!?!?
it depends on the type of phone you have , but usually you can go to the picture and find the ability to do this on the options list. OR you can go to create a message and go to options and press insert and you can go from there
I usually send a picture message to my email and save the picture to my computer there. Then I upload it onto Facebook, but I think there might be an easier way. This takes a while sometimes.
There is a free app in iTunes from Hook Mobile that allows you to send a picture message. Once you sign up whoever you are sending a message to will have to accept the message and then you are good to go. It actually works quite well it is just not part of the text message app like it is on every other phone.
turn your phone on and click send on the message,
Send as a jpg attachment to YOURNUMBER@vmpix.com. Should show up.
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
no option available in this phone for forwarding.
Email or socal networking sites
Actually .. you can't.. If you have a picture in your phone and you want it to be your Profile picture on facebook.. you Have to transfer it from your phone.. to a Computer/Laptop/Netbook/etc...
In Message/Settings activate Broadcast message.
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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.
A pix message is the same thing as a text message except there is a picture in the message. You may have to select the option to download the picture or your phone might automatically do that and you can open the picture to see a bigger version of it using your photo gallery.
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