To fix this ring up your network and ask them to send you your sms email and gprs settings for the network.
you can send pictures but cannot recive them because your phone is not setup right i have seen this problem far to many times the networks are not very good because they should send you these settings when you pit your sim in a different phone 02 do but no one else does
hope this help
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Re: Cannot receive pictures
If you purchased the "Multimedia SMS" package from your service provider, then you have full access to the sending and recieving pictures. If you don't have this package, then sometimes you can send, but the reciever will not recieve your mail. So if you really want this problem fixed, then I suggest you to purchase the package from you service provider.
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<p>Sending images is easier than ever to do with Bluetooth. The
Bluetooth function is a wave viable communication link allows electronic
devices to share and transfer media such as photos, music and even videos
without any physical connection. In most cases, users choose their cell phone
to send pictures to the computer as a way to upload. However, most of the work
is done by phone. By setting up user, you can use the Bluetooth function on
their mobile phone or computer to easily send photos for free. <br />
<p>1. Press the phone "Menu" or "OK" button
and navigate to the Pictures folder on the phone. <br />
<p>2. Search photos stored on the phone and find the photo you
want to send images from the phone directory. <br />
<p>3. Press the right phone, the pictures "menu"
Options. "Select the action" Send Options "pop-up menu. <br />
<p>4. Select the "Bluetooth" option to send the
submenu. You will be prompted to power the phone's Bluetooth component. <br />
<p>5. Press the phone "Menu" or "OK" to
"Yes" option and confirm that the Bluetooth component. Bluetooth
phone menu opens automatically. <br />
<p>6. Select Search to search for compatible Bluetooth-enabled
electronic devices by selecting "Browse Device" option in the
Bluetooth menu. (The phone must be connected to the receiving device for photos
sent successfully.) Component Bluetooth phone will start searching for devices
within easy reach. <br />
<p>7. Select receiving electronic device is the name of the
list of Bluetooth devices from your phone lookup. A request to accept photos
sent will be sent to the receiver. If the request is accepted, the image is
automatically sent from your phone to the receiver. <br />
Make sure your phone is capable. Then contact your service provider to make sure that you have a data feature active. The data feature is what changes an sms to an mms since the picture is sent through the text message as an attachment that needs opened through the web browser.
as your phone only has a standard VGA camera, it is possible that the pictures your being sent are too large for your phone to display. Can you send MMS? (picture messages) Try taking a photo on your phone and then send it to your own mobile number. This will test that your phone is ok and the problem is related to the actual message your being sent, i.e. file too large. ( in UK max file size is 200kb I believe)
If thats all ok ask the person who is sending you photos to maybe take a photo using less mega pixel setting on their phone, lets say 640x480 resolution (VGA like your phone) and see if you can receive that from them? I have come accross this before on some lower spec Samsungs. Hope that helps?