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it sounds like the resolution the laptop is trying to send is not one of the resolutions that the television can display.
TVs can display a range of resolutions, so try changing the laptop resolution, either increasing it (make the pixels smaller) or lower the resolution, try a variety of resolutions, one should work.
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?
Thank you VERY much!!
I even downloaded the user manual from the web,hoping it might provide more in-depth info. than it has in the little booklet that comes with the camera,only to find it was exactly the same thing online!
I was getting pretty worried,thinking I'd somehow messed up the photo-sending imaging,as up until today it was working fine!
I've just gone through the process as you suggested on Aug.18th and it is going great once more--I just hope it stays that way,lol!
if you bluetooth it its free
to send it as a message it's not
when sending a pic it must be sent as an mms
so follow the same procedure as sending a txt but select mms instead.
then insert or add pic to the message and send to your email address.
if this is not working you may need to contact your provider to activate mms on your service.
AGAIN Bluetooth is easier