Question about Cell Phones
Most likely, unless you have specifically paid for the service through your phone provider you will not be able to view your received photos or videos. (At least that's how it works with my Samsung through AT&T).
Otherwise, go into Photos under the Graphics menu. They should be there if you were able to receive them.
If the sender and you have Bluetooth on your phone: You can both turn on Bluetooth. Then he/she can "Bluetooth" the photo(s) to you and you should be able to view them. To unload them from your phone you can then send them via "Bluetooth" to a Bluetooth capable computer. Mainly Macintosh.
Hope this was helpful!
Posted on May 14, 2008
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