Discussion in 'Motorola Q' started by moore.1289, Jul 8, 2006.
how to send a picture to another cell phone
hey cant figure out how to do this.
Pictures > Select Picture > Menu > Beam thru the IR Port or Send Via Bluetooth.
but I couldnt send this picture from say texas to ohio? to another cellphone
If you send a text message, press the right soft button > Insert > Picture.
That should do it.
Then you want to use MMS. It is a slight modification to Tom's procedure:
Pictures > Select Picture > Menu > Send > MMS.
Chris, that it wont let me insert a picture, its like it had been disabled or something
If you go to Start > Messages > MMS > New, when you open it up there should be a box within the email that says "Insert Picture" and under that "Insert Audio". If you don't see either of these boxes, you may have an issue.
it works when I do it that way. I'm still wondering why I cant just insert the picture into an existing text message
I think there may be some confusion with the lingo. When you say "Text Message", do you mean SMS? If yes, then that is the problem. SMS (Short Message Servince) was only meant for sending text. MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) was created to add pictures and sound. While some phones and pda blur the lines between the two, the Q seems to be adhering to them.
I, too, am wondering....
I'm having the same issue, but I do not see MMS on my phone when I do as described above. I JUST got the phone 2 days ago. Any suggestions? UnsureTHanks!
sprint and alltel do not support MMS on the moto Q
What about NTelos?
Picture via text??
So if they don't support MMS, is there no way to send pics through text on the Q, then?
never heard of them (sorry)
best bet is to give them a call and ask....
Go to: start: messaging: you should see MMS there. click on that, and you should be good to go.
But they can't. Sprint/Alltel doesn't allow pics to be attached to a text message. Bottom line is that sucks, but its the way it is.
How does the IR Port work?? Is it any different then bluetooth??
Yes, its different. Beaming is the function that it uses, and its just like the really really old palm pilots (i have the m100) so its not nearly as new as bluetooth.
So Bluetooth works better??
yes it does...you dont have to be on top of the other device for the bluetooth to work like you would with IR
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