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In the top left hand side of the phone on the signal strength bars in there a red cross ? if so then please take the sim card out and put into another handset and see if it works in there and if it does it indicates that there is an issue with your nokia mobile phone however if it doesn't it means that the sim card has not been activated properly and so you will need to contact you network provider and give them the sim card number.
The red cross means that the picture format is not compatible with what your phone can handle. May be the format or the bitrate. There is no solution to your problem as who all will you tell not to send pics in present format. A very tall order.
You can download the User Manual from this site: http://www.lg.com/uk/support/product/support-product-profile-mobile-redux.jsp?customerModelCode=KE970&initialTab=documents Have fun with your new phone!
I'm assuming you just got the phone recently, in which case it probably has everything you need installed already.
From the home screen, you can click the compass icon in the top left corner. Or from the menu screen (not the applications screen), you can click the compass icon in the middle.
It should then say "ovi Maps" and show you a menu. Don't click anything yet. Click on the spanner icon in the bottom left to bring up the settings, then click on "Internet". Then change Connection to "Offline" unless you want to spend a fortune on mobile internet fees. Then click on Menu to go back to the "ovi Maps" menu.
Now click on "My position" in the top left. It should show you a map, but not of the right place. (You can try zooming out and finding the correct country and location manually if you want, or you can wait for it to work out where you are.)
Make sure the connection icon in the bottom right is crossed out and says 0.0kB, otherwise it will cost you money.
Underneath that is the satellite signal. It will start out flashing one bar. You need to go outside, walk around, and wait a long time before it finds the satellites, then eventually it will find your position. When it knows or remembers your position there is a red dot button in the top left that will make it show your current position.
The nokia 5800 doesn't have a compass (aka magnetometers) so you need to work out which way North is yourself.
Let me know if this doesn't work.