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You have to have a data plan and you can either have an email sent to you or a text message sent to you with the photo as an attachment. Check with your carrier to make sure you have a data plan. You might want to get an unlimited one, Photos take up quite a bit of data. You can send one by right clicking on the photo or menu while viewing the photo and then a menu will appear asking you what you want to do . You can touch SEND or ATTACH to send one. Hope this helps. You may already have a data plan, if you do make sure you set up your email so you can recieve emails on your phone. Good Luck.
To download the picture that was sent to you. First go to the message and select the message with the picture content. Then you select option, then you scroll to page option, then you select save image, then the picture will be saved to a preferred place you chose, then you will be able to view it from there.
Check that the correct settings are saved on phone, go to messages, scroll down, message settings and look for the vodaphone prepay or payg. make sure its selected and save. Then go to internet settings and check again that payg is selected. Turn phone off and on and see if that helps, if not pop in 2 a vodaphone shop and they will do it for yous! Hope this helped.
Take the battery and pull it out of your phone while the phone is still on. Turn your phone back on after you replace the battery. If still the problem persists contact your phone company, they would have to trouble shoot your network. Good luck! I've had the same problem and restarting the phone seemed to work or have the person re send the picture.
From all I know, when a foto is sent via mms, and instead of the photo contents, you get a link...it means that: 1. The photo's format is not qualified for viewing the photo or 2.the phone is not configured to view the photo or 3.the host network of your phone does not detain advanced server phisics, and/or settings for supporting some files to be sent through the network...in all cases you should see a representative worker for your cellphone's network and/or the phone's user guide and specification book.