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I have this problem once in awhile. It seems to happen when I am included in a group text or picture message. So if someone sends me a picture for example, but at the same time they send it to 3 others & you are included in that group, that's when I have issues. I have told everyone on my contact list, that I know it takes more time & that I am sorry for the inconvenience, but if they have something to send to me, they have to send it to me alone, separately, not in a group text. Try telling your contacts that & it should help.
with an MMS-enabled phone you can: Take digital photographs and store photographs on the Internet Send and receive full colour pictures Send and receive voice clips Add a text message to your picture Purchase pictures and sounds from the Internet Have enhanced polyphonic ringtones MMS runs over GPRS. You normally need to subscribe to a GPRS tariff, and have 'Media Messaging' enabled by your network operator. You will need a phone handset that supports the MMS service - If you receive an MMS message and don't have a suitable handset or GPRS service, you'll receive a standard SMS text message, and will be able to view the message at the web address included with the text message.
ull have to call the customer care of ur network service provider and ask them for the message settings. go to massage then goto settings there ull have to put in those settings as message center validity etc... itll work then.not a problem of phone
When you receive the message with id and password, it usually means that either your phone is not multimedia messaging compatible or your account is not provisioned with the actual multimedia messaging feature itself. If unable to send or receive a picture message (MMS), troubleshoot accordingly:
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.