This should be fully enabled on the phone. You may have to click options and send/receive to view the picture, make sure it connects to the internet. Are they being texted to you, or are you checking them through outlook/web?
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The problem is that supposedly before you can receive picture messages, you have to send one first. Tell a friend that you are going to test it out on them and send them a picture message. It will take a while for it to go through
Then all the texts that you receive before with the "download' button in them in the place of a picture automatically turn into pictures.
Unfortunately as it stands there is no functionality for saving your MMS pictures directly onto your phone, the only way it can be done is you have to forward the message to your Gmail account, which will then arrive on your phone and from there you should be able to open the email and download the picture. To do so follow these steps
From the Home screen, touch the Applications button.
Touch the message that contains the picture or video.
Press and hold in an empty space in the message.
Type a space or other character in the forwarded message (in subject or body of message)
At To, type the e-mail address.
Press the Menu key and touch Send.
Once received in the email this can be saved but the problem is when saved it may save it without a file extension therefore making it unviewable later This should help and do let me know
Hi There, I think if you are using a web based mail - like Yahoo - it will not count these inputs or outputs - do you really want it to? I have 6500 unopened emails on my desktop system! If you can access email and web you are doing fine! Brian - a learner on this like you- share notes!