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Your phone should have automatically dowloaded the picture unless..
You are NOT subscribed to a data package through your network provider (Call them and enquire wether you are wap enabled)
Your APN (Access Point Names) or incorrectly setup. Check your networks website to either send them via text or input them manually. (instructions should be given on their site)
Your message settings are not allowing "Push Messages" Just go into "Messaging" Press btm Left button and tap "Settings" then tap "Push Settings" and make sure it is checked.
Also you may have been in a low signal area. Try again when youe signal is better.
Try sending any test messages to your email address using your cellphone. Then you can print anything using the email's Print operation. The more expensive alternative is to buy the cellphone's cable-to-USB for your model cellphone.
If your phone has bluetooth, send the text to your computer via bluetooth, then use your printer to print them, if you have a bluetooth enabled printer just send them straight to that, or if you don't have bluetooth at all, use a usb cable to connect to your computer.
To access the phone's SMS messages, just click the SMS entry on the left side of the PhoneView window. You can copy individual messages, Command-click to copy several messages (helpful when you want to copy just those messages that are part of a particular conversation), or copy all messages by selecting one message, pressing Command-A to select them all, and clicking the Copy From mobile phone button at the top of the window.
click on 'drive' go to properties click on security click on your user name in
the upper window and in the lower window select all check box allow click
on apply button then ok it will work definitely plus from explorer, right click the hard drive and properties, and in security tab,
click full access for system & users However if proper drivers are not available then download it from
Have you tried erasing old pix and text messages? If you check your phones available memory, and you have a lot of pix etc you can get a micro sd card and move your pix and videos to it. You check memory by going into menu, then se1ttings/tools, then phone info , other information usually...Good Luck
power up your dvd then you you disconnect from the power cord.wait a few mins like 5 mins then you plug it in back and power it up if that does not corect your problem.the strip that leads to your dvd lens needs to be changed.or the micro chip that controls the hd needs to be changed.however take it to a tech.