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    Junior Member knightrider's Avatar
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    messaging

    am not able to send pics through messaging. any reason why

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightrider View Post
    am not able to send pics through messaging. any reason why
    Check and see if the pics you have taken are set to 5MP. From my experience, 3MP is the max size I can send.

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    I switched to Handcent (free in Market) and can now send pics up to 5MP.

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    where do i check whether its 5MP and how do i change it

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    Does any know how to disable the standard messaging? I have Handcent and everytime I get a text the message both of them pop up

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    Quote Originally Posted by bin01123 View Post
    Does any know how to disable the standard messaging? I have Handcent and everytime I get a text the message both of them pop up
    Open the standard messaging app....
    Go to Settings....
    Go down to Notification....
    Turn it off

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyplyr View Post
    I switched to Handcent (free in Market) and can now send pics up to 5MP.
    Handcent has a setting for the Maximum MMS send size (which defaults to 600K). So as long as your pictures are under that, it won't be a problem. If larger, I believe that it will prompt to ask about reducing the file size.

    MMS size is limited by the carrier is is usually somewhere between 300K-600K

    Also note that MP for the camera does not equate directly to file size since they are JPG compressed. This can give a fairly wide set of file sizes for the same 5MP camera depending on the particular photo.

    For example: take a picture of a white sheet of paper or a flat black surface (they will be very small). But take a picture of a tree or the surface of a lake (they will be much larger).

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