I tried to email a response to someone and I also tried to email a picture. I got a message saying to check if I have network coverage and if the account info is correct. It just stopped working yesterday.
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There are a couple of ways that you can get photos from blackberry to computer. The first is a memory card such as an ( sd or micro sd card) youwould have to have the photo's stored on the card then to transfer would be take the card out of the phone. then you will need a memory card reader on or connected to the computer. Put the memory card in the reader then with the computer on hit start button then click computer find the card tab open and right click on each photo or edit select all highlight right click on the whole page save as file then name that file before hitting save on the save window. or drag and drop onto a file in your picture files. also if you have a wireless network you could send them from your phone to computer, but a really easy way to solve this is send a photo text message to your email as many times as it takes. It does work type your email in where the phone number goes when sending a text to someone. Best of luck.
SETUP / COnfigurare Yahoo! Mail on your mobile phone, through IMAP / IMAP4. * (Settings step by step for the Nokia 6500 slide. You catch yourself how to set up and other types of phones:)): - Menu -> Messaging - message settings -> E-mail messages -> Add -> Create manually ... and get the menu: New mailbox settings. New mailbox settings: - Mailbox name: the name of mail box. Yahoo! Mail, for example. - My name: Name. - E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org - Incoming server type: IMAP4 (default is POP3. Change with IMAP4) - Login information: IMAP4 autentification [ON], IMAP4 user name [id Yahoo! * Without passing email@example.com), IMAP4 password [Yahoo account password. * Will be required twice) - Back -:) - Download settings: settings are preferential. (Retrieve mode - just extract the subject of the mail received all the mail, No. of mails shown - Number of e-mails displayed, Mailbox update interval -- the time when the phone will connect to the mail server to verify your email, Automatic retrieval - Automatic extraction of mail received. or not.) - Back -:) - Incoming mail settle. - Which is the setting up connection to the server receiving e-mail messages to phone with the following settings: * Incoming IMAP4 serv. - Imap.n.mail.yahoo.com * Security - Off * Port - 143 * Use Pref. access pt. - No * IMAP4 access point -> Proxy: Disabled; Data bearer: Packet Data; Bearer settings (follow another menu) -> Packet data ACC. pt. Internet Network type: IPv4; Authentification type: Normal, User name: id-to-yahoo, Password: password for yahoo * Back, Back, Back .. to see: Outgoing settle. (SMTP):) - Outgoing settle. (SMTP) - settings that are sent by mail on your mobile phone, using SMTP is the Yahoo! Mail. * Outgoing SMTP serv. - Smtp.mobile.yahoo.com * Reply-to address - the email address you wish to receive response to mails sent from your phone. * SMTP authentification - On * SMTP user name - the name of the yahoo, without firstname.lastname@example.org. * SMTP password - password for yahoo. Will be required twice. * Security - Off * Port - 25 * Use Pref. access pt. - No * SMTP access point -> Proxy: Disabled; Data bearer: Packet Data; Bearer settings (follow another menu) -> Packet data ACC. pt. Internet Network type: IPv4; Authentification type: Normal, User name: id-to-yahoo, Password: password for yahoo * Back, Back, Back: D * Dispute. term. window - Yes
go to tmobile website. search t-mobile wireless data configurator click link saying begin the configurator and follow instructions. U can get the configurations via text message and it gets done in like 10 seconds.
you have to open the e-mail message, then open the picture by double clicking on it. then options----> save as, then it will let you choose to save to memory card, do that, and you should find it using your file explorer in my documents ---> my pictures folder on the memory card. if you didnt find it, try my documents ----> my pictures on the phone memory. let me know how it works out ?
You don't need to e-mail to your computer. Install Blackberry Desktop to your computer. The current version can be downloaded at blackberry.com. Using the enclosed usb cable or if your computer has a bluetooth transmitter, Your computer will asign a drive letter to the Pearl and you can drag and drop photos from your phone into your computer.
With Media Sync, you can transfer playlists from Itunes to your phone.
With Media Manager, you can transfer videos to your phone.
The latter two will work if your phone has a ultra sd card installed into it.
Here is a link to check the features, download the software, or to get a manual.
Call your network provider to have your blackberry 7290 enable. This is free of charge and will get the IM messaging workings, but if you want to setup email etc, you will need to subscribe for email and a data plan which will cost about 19.99.
I've had the same issue, and I was told that in order to send or recieve picture messages, you have to subscribe to Verizon's Internet plan. The reason that you can still send and recieve text messages is because it's on a different system. I was a bit peeved when I found this out after the fact.