Please type your message and try again. Please keep us posted if that works for you. Just wanted to check on you and see how you were coming along with this — it sounds like you’ve decided to move forward with swapping a SIM with a data plan into the phone so that you can send the photos out. I’m sorry to say I haven’t been able to find any official steps for doing this using a cable, and my general experience matches up with what snn found when digging online. As long as you don’t manually delete them, you should be fine. That’s a completely understandable concern.
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The Nokia phone belongs to a family member and contains many contacts.
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I did see snn’s link. Your plan does seem to be the issue here as snn mentioned. These messages are labeled “Picture Message”, but they are text only.
But those text messages were not very important. No one wants to have their contacts to just vanish.
So, what’s going on here? Is there any way to transfer the photos from the phone to the PC, except sending picture messages? I asked the employees how the photos could be transferred. I asked the store employee whether I could borrow a SIM card from any of the phones on display at the store, and put that SIM card into my phone.
Thus, I am not able to send these photos to my email address as picture messages. Go to original post Log in to reply. Considering all you’ve done already, I’m starting to think sending the photos to another phone and having them sent to the Alcatel phone might be our only option at this point.
I had to “cancel sending”. ush
Tech specs: Samsung T139
sgh-g139 According to some info I dug up you can only transfer the photos via email or text. Please keep us posted if that works for you. However, the text messages in the SGH-T’s “sent messages” folder were lost, for some reason.
Unfortunately, the SIM cards in those display phones were too small for my phone. Any help is appreciated.
That sounds like a plan, magenta! That’s a completely understandable concern. You can not post a blank message. Please enter a title. The phone sent the photo.
As samsunv as you don’t manually delete them, you should be fine.
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Of course, I could go back to the T-Mobile store, and perhaps the ueb has some postpaid SIM that some employee will be nice enough to let me borrow. Well, the software could not connect to the SGH-T phone via the cable.
The photo appeared in the phone’s “SentBox” as “Sent”.