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Okay, what i do is set up an email just for this purpose. When you send your message it will usually ask what kind of message you wish to create. You can create it as an email and just send it to your email. If this doesn't work, what you could do is go to your mobile service provider's web site or google what format your cell phone's email would be. When you find this format, you can use your email account to send a message to the cell phone. ALSO!! some emails, such as gmail, will allow you to email a cell phone without the format code, but it sometimes does not work. You may also try to just send your picture to the email. When it asks for the number you want the picture sent to, you could just enter the email you would like the email sent to, as this is what i usually do to upoad my pictures onto facebook. Once the picture is sent to your email, you can save the picture by right clicking it and clicking on the 'save as' button. If you are not too keen with the computer you are using, you can click on the destination area as the 'desktop'. This will make a shortcut to find the saved picture right on your desktop. I hope this works =]
If you mean send over the internet there is several ways to do that. Most people use email to send photos. Address an email to whom you wish to send the picture to and then click on Attachment/ Attach File then browse to where you picture file is stored on your computer. Choose that file then send the email.
You can also use facebook and post it there, or a messenger like Yahoo or MSN msg, have the person you're sending it to also using the same messenger and then send them the file. Smaller pix can be sent through email or posted to facebook. Larger files are easy to send using a messenger/send file.
You need to get the Settings for Internet/Wap/GPRS and MMS from your Network Service Provider. These settings are usually sent as a text msg. When you receive the msg. choose save or install on your phone. Or get the settings directly from their website. The MMS service doesn’t always work between networks.
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You need to get the Settings for Internet/Wap and MMS from your Network Service Provider. These settings are usually sent as a text msg. When you receive the msg. choose save or install on your phone. Or get the settings directly from their website. The MMS service doesn’t always work between networks.
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The settings are all different, Internet, Wap etc... for MMS you need to call your service provider and ask them to send you the MMS settings, they are sent via a txt msg, when you receive them click Save or Install.
MMS doesn't work between all networks.