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for sending text messages : 1.go to your message settings and check the message center number to see if it is correct 2. call to your network operator customer care 3. request the message center number... 4.note it down 5. go to message settings>message center number 6. insert the number which is noted by you and save it
this solves your messaging problem ... Good luck
as your phone only has a standard VGA camera, it is possible that the pictures your being sent are too large for your phone to display. Can you send MMS? (picture messages) Try taking a photo on your phone and then send it to your own mobile number. This will test that your phone is ok and the problem is related to the actual message your being sent, i.e. file too large. ( in UK max file size is 200kb I believe)
If thats all ok ask the person who is sending you photos to maybe take a photo using less mega pixel setting on their phone, lets say 640x480 resolution (VGA like your phone) and see if you can receive that from them? I have come accross this before on some lower spec Samsungs. Hope that helps?
You'll have to call your service provider. The SIM card stores a phone number for the network's text message center. For some reason, this phone has a glitch where it deletes the center number. Your service provider might be able to update it remotely but I had to take the SIM out and place it in an older phone so I could enter the text message center number manually. This fixed the problem.
hi there in many cases you have to send a picture message first to acctivate this on your phone so send a friend a picture and this should set up settings with ur network provider this then allows you to get incoming picture messages
its becuase you dont have the required settings from your network providor to send MMS,
all you need to do is go onto there website i.e vodafone and search for the settings page then put your mobile number in the box and press send when you get the settings you save or install them, or if your not technically minded you can give a quick call to your network and they will send them in a text message for you.