Question about Cell Phones
Most of the network doesnt support sending MMS ie video message more than 300KB, so its set by default to 300 KB, so if you want to send more than that then it must be one of the two options
1) You network must support sending more than 300 kb and also your phone should support
2) you should down convert the message using some third party doftware befor you send it as MMS..
To try with the first option..
First, Go to messaging> Messaging> Menu> Options> MMS Options.
You should see the little box there with the drop down menu for size limit settings...
There are other options there to choose, But, I don't believe it can be more.If you find a Phone or Network Provider that offers more than 300kb for MMS, then it should work for you..
To try with the second option, there are lot of software available for down converting the video size ..One is the Xilsoft Video Converter
Here is the link for downloading the software
You can copy the video and down convert and then send..
Any one of the above solution should solve your issue..
Please leave me comments, if you need further assistance
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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