Ok, here's the deal. When I use the joystick and go to the "Pictures and Sounds" folder, then open "My Pictures" folder, select the picture I want and hit 'Send' which is under the 'More' button, everything works all ok. But somehow some of my pictures have been saved in my messaging folder, and I can't send any of them. I open the "Messaging" folder, select the "Picture" option, open my "Unsent items" folder, and have 5 picture files in there waiting to go [eg. Picture(1).jpg]. When I select any of them, hit the 'More' button, select the 'Send' option, it opens the "Sending" dialog box only to come back with the error message, "Communication error. Please check your settings." So, what's the story?
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With most cellualr carriers, you need a picture messaging subscription/service to send and receive pictures via text. Please check with you cell carrier to ensure that you are subscribed for picture messaging service.
It should be picture size issue. -Take a Picture-Open the picture in the picture browser -Crop the picture (Can select the entire picture
if so desired) -Save -Send the newly cropped picture in an MMS . Downsizing the image to 50-60kb. .
1 Either using bluetooth, which can't be too large a file/picture.
2 Next would be to take out the micro sd card and put it in it's adapter and put it in the computer and transfer the pictures;
3 send an email with the picture attached in the email. Send it to your 10 digit nextel phone number @messaging.nextel.com and when you get the text and open it the picture should be there, then just save it to you phone or card.
If you have a USB cable, you can connect the phone to the PC and from the PC you should be able to access both the phone memory and the chip as two seperate removable drives. So then simply transfer the pictures from one to the other through the PC.
If you don't have a USB cable:
Open the main menu (joystick center button)
Enter file manager (3rd icon from top on leftmost column)
Select "on phone" tab (by clicking joystick right twice)
Select "Pictures" folder (should be 3rd folder)
Click "more" (right option button) --> "select" (7th option) --> "select all" (2nd option). Now all pictures should have a checked checkbox on them.
First open your phone. Press upper right (-) key to get menu. Press joystick up 1 time to get Messaging. Press joystick center select button 1 time, then down 1 time for "Inbox" (or down 3 times for email). Press center select 1 time, joystick down 1time for Inbox, center select for first message. Press upper right (-) key for "More", then joystick down 2 times to get "Forward", press center select. Press upper left (-) key to "Continue", press joystick up 1 time to get "enter email addr." Press joystick center select button, and enter the email address you want to forward the message to. After you have typed in the email address, press upper left (-) key "OK" 2 times to "Send", if you normally enter a password, type it now, press upper left (-) key for "OK" and your message will be sent. Hope this helps. -Mike