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the lg shine does not really have that much internal memory so what you can do is get an external memory card for your phone and bluetooth it to your phone if not then what you can do is send the picture to your email (send it like a multimedia message to you email) and open it in a photo editing program anything that can change the size of the picture to 320*240 and then email that to your phone and it should work. and tell her to change her settings in her camera to the lowest setting and then take the picture and send it. if you need any futher help let me know
I took the phone apart and used an electrical contact cleaner on the phone and sprayed the hell out of it minus the battery which you will have to buy a new one. The put a fan on it for a day then let it sit on the dashboard of my car for a day. Put it all back together and it works Mine was dropped in 18 feet of salt water
The chances are that the W375 is locked to Net10. The other Motorola phone you mentioned will work with the old SIM if the phone was previously used on Net10, or has been unlocked.
Most phones, upon issue, are locked to the network that provided the phone. If the other working phone is locked to a different network, speak to the Network it was previously locked to, and ask for an unlock code.
Try it anyway, you can't damage anything by doing so.
You'll need to be more specific about the problems you are having to get any helpful advice.
Is it a new phone? What happens when you try to send a text? If you go to "Message Setup" is there an number in the "Service Centre" field? SMS can't function if there isn't - speak to your mobile service provider.