The freeze is to let you know that you are full.
What meg is your folder limit?
Some phones will not send text unless you have subscribed to the service provider.
Have you subscribed for texting?
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You should be able to find what you're looking for at the following links:
E-mail Support: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/common/contact/contactusemail/phones?cc=gb&lc=en
User Guide: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/support/phones/detailed/userguide/k800i?cc=gb&lc=en
And just in case you would like to call for support, you will find all the numbers you need here:
Phone Support: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/corporate/common/contact/phonelist
hi all you need to do is contact your service provider and ask them to tell you how to change the message center number to the correct number they wont charge for telling you this but it will solve your problem.
Also ask them to send you the correct mms and internet settings to your phone also, they wont charge for this and they send the settings via a text message, this message will update your phone to the correct settings and doing this will solve any problems you have.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Try the below mentioned link to set up phone for picture messaging(MMS). By entering the required information you will get your MMS settings automatically to your phone.
a) Internet Explorer memory is taking up too much space
b) Google Maps cache is taking up too much space
c) or the Volatile folder is taking up too much space...I have found three other people that say whack the contents of this folder....no naysayers just yet...
you have to phone your network provider and tell them to activate your phone to recieve picture messages. takes only minutes. you will then recieve a text message from them. once you do,you delete it and switch your phone off then on and you should be able to send and recieve pics... hope this helped
As a START, why don't you erase ALL the pictures in your new KU990, and then send a SINGLE picture - to see if that works. Then send another, then another.
Three things may be happening: One - is that the folder system on your old phone is incompatible with you new phone - which is causing it to freeze; another - is that there are file markers in you old phone's files that your NEW phone can't interpret and it "doesn't know what to do" so it freezes, and third - is that your picture collection is larger than the memory on you new phone can accomodate. Remember that your phone's memory is not ONLY for pictures, but also for music, text messages and the phone's OWN feature accessories AS WELL AS its internal operating system.