I recently purchased a sony erisscon T610 (secondhand) and if someone sends me a pic i cant open it it says communication error, also i cant use the internet on it is says GRPS paranmeters not supported. i just wondered if these problems were fixable??? cheers
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The MMS settings provided by your network service provider don't all work with each other. Some are compatible with your network some are not, if it's not, you get a msg giving you the URL where you can pick up your pics.
Also the pic taken on a particular format ie. Sony Ericsson w810i sent to a Nokia 1100, wont work because one phone has a large colour screen the other has a B/W small screen, so the Nokia 1100 would not be able to open the file.
I had this problem on a Fusic (LX-550). The error occurs because a
picture mail is corrupted that you're currently trying to preview
(inbox). The Fusic inbox shows 3 pic mails at a time. If one of the
three is bad, you'll get that error. If the bad pic mail is the most
recent in the inbox, then send 3 pic mails to yourself to bump the bad
one to number 4. This should allow you to get to your inbox without the
error, although you still have to avoid the bad pic mail page(move up
in the inbox to see you're oldest mail). Sending pic mails to yourself
one at a time is one method of narrowing down the bad pic mail. The
permanent fix is to install bitpim, edit->detect phone,
view->view file system, navigate to /EPM/MediaStore/MessageStore and
delete the offending pic mail. The file name with the highest number is
probably most recent. Right click on the file and perform a hex dump to
read the message time stamp. Do a backup first and view the hexdump to
verify you're deleting a pic mail file. Good luck!
If sending thu MMS or Multimedia Messaging, check ou carrier/service provider if they support this feature on your phone. If sending thru bluetooth, power off phone and take out battery for few seconds put the battery back in, power on and try sending. if does not work, reset the phone to its original manufacturer setting. Go to
Early SE phones had a very odd bluetooth protocol. Its common that it can send different kinds of information but not recieve. Since newer phones are not that reverse-compatible as we would like them to be.
I'm not sure that there is any solution to your problem. Sorry