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I cannot send complete text messages that have a picture and music associated with them. Either no picture and music, or just the picture is transmitted.

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This error may be caused by a character encoding system that is not fully supported on your GSM carrier network MMS handling system. To remedy the problem, under settings for the messaging service in concern, set the default character encoding scheme to GSM Alphabet instead of UTF-8, and ensure that the selected MMS class and size is supported by your carrier.Also, ensure that your device is fully compliant with the OMA( Open Mobile Alliance) MMS Messaging Standards in respect to the size and content of the message you are sending.

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My phone has suddenly stopped its ability to send text messages...Can I send it somewhere?


Not being able to send out text messages actually relies on the Message center settings associated to your network provider. You need not to send it somewhere. You can just call up your network provider's customer care hotline and ask for the message center no. and set it up on your Message settings.

Should you need further assistance, please let me know.

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  2. Text and messaging users: Most cell phones can send and receive texts and instant messages, but users who are serious about messaging may want a full QWERTY keyboard to make typing easier. Messaging phones tend to have other advanced controls for organizing and sending text, picture and video messages.
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How do I email pictures taken


You should be able to send a text message with the picture attached to an email address.

to send a multimedia message/text message w. picture attached:
-find the actual picture you want to send on your phone and select it
-then hit your "menu" or "options" button, which should give you an option to send/share the picture
-select text message or multimedia message (MMS)
-in the "to" line for the text message, enter the email address you'd like to send it to
-hit "send"

Hope this helps!

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Unable to send text messages. I can receive them, but not send them. Also the phone number associated with outgoing texts is correct.


Take it into to the place that sold it to you and they should be able to help you, They probably have to program it for you ;)

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SMS memory Full


Pictures, saved music or files and games. I believe.

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I can no longer send music through a text message. The options are in grey instead of black and I can't choose the option to send the message


send a music in text sms it required some formate and ur format dosen't contain it thats why u can't send it...

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Unable to send/rec pictures SE W850i


Hi,

I think the problem here is with your connection. I understand that you have the right settings from your operator...however you should check with them to see if your line is data enabled for MMS (this is how your pictures are sent....in an MMS message).

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Picture Messaging


If your sympton is:

You see a red X with unknown error on your BlackBerry smartphone when sending picture attachments in an email message.
The service books for the email integration are corrupt
To resolve this issue, delete and resend the service books from the BlackBerry® Internet Service or BlackBerry® Enterprise Server.

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Picture messaging allows the user to send and receive photos to and from their contacts.
Important: The Instant Messenger recipient must be online to send the picture.
To send pictures from your BlackBerry smartphone camera using <Instant Messenger>, complete the following steps:
  1. On the BlackBerry smartphone, preview a picture.
  2. Display the menu and select the Instant Messenger you want to use to send the picture.
  3. Complete the onscreen instructions.
To send a picture from within an Instant Messenger for BlackBerry smartphones application session, complete the following steps:
  1. Within the Instant Messenger session, display the menu and select Send Media. The Which Type dialog appears.
  2. Click Picture. The Pictures folder opens.
  3. Select the picture you want to send. A request is sent to the recipient indicating you sent a file and an option to Accept or Decline the file.
    • If the recipient clicks Accept, the Save File dialog opens. The recipient saves the file on the BlackBerry smartphone.
    • If the recipient clicks Decline, The sender receives a message indication the file transfer was declined.
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The BlackBerry smartphone user is unable to send a picture as an email message from the Media application of the BlackBerry smartphone. The Send option is not present on the menu when the email message is sent using an email account that is associated with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

Although the current BlackBerry Internet Service supports large attachments or attachments that are in their native format, BlackBerry Enterprise Server software version 4.0 does not.
A BlackBerry smartphone that is provisioned with the current BlackBerry Internet Service uses it as the default method for sending pictures from the camera. As a result, when attempting to send a picture attachment from an email account that is associated with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, the Send option will be missing from the menu as the image is in native format and size.

Upgrade the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to software version 4.1 Service Pack 2 or later, since support for large attachments or attachments that are in their native format has been introduced in that version.

Follow the steps below to send the picture attachment from the Messages application on the BlackBerry smartphone:
  1. Select Messages on the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Select the Compose Email option from the menu.
  4. In the To field, enter the contact address where the email message is to be sent.
  5. Press the Menu key again.
  6. Select the Attach File option from the menu.
  7. Browse to and select the picture to be attached to the email message.
  8. Send the email message.

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Complain your cellular service company about it. It seems a network error not the error associated with your handset. Try out different sim card to check whether it send message or not
Tell me again if doesn't work.

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