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go to 'my files' and check both 'dcim ' camera' on phone card, or 'dcim 'camera' on ext card (for your own videos) or media for downloaded videos. if not in theses locations, just keep snooping around your folders till you find it's hiding spot, then delete it.
alternately, you can download a utility like 'all-in-one toolbox' (free) and it will provide lists, as well as other features.
Which messaging App are you using as your default SMS app? also, Is the person that is trying to share the image, sending it via MMS? as that is the text message format that allows attaching and sending pictures.
This sounds like a software issue or a delay issue, try a factory re-set from the main settings , make sure you back up telephone numbers ect, turn the phone off and then back on again , if the problem persists, it may be a fault with the provider , or indeed with the phone and you should take it to a repairer, please let me know how you get on with this :)
cellular one has been having issue with other networks phones and picture messages. its not the phone it's cellular one there network is not built to use those phones. i have a friend that works there and they are always have this issue. they have yet to make there network compatible.
Well, chum, windows XP is the operating system, not a specific program. Phil must have been a rather daft fellow to spread such tosh. I do believe what he meant to say was Windows Movie Maker. Right, hope that helps.