To send a picture to an e-mail address follow the steps below:
While in standby mode, press OK for Menu
Select Media Center (1)
Select Pictures (2)
Select My Pictures (2)
Highlight the desired photo to be sent, using the navigation keys
Press the right soft key for Options
Select Send (1)
Select Picture Msg (1)
Manually enter the email address(es), using the keypad
Press OK when all recipients have been entered
Highlight Text:, using the navigation keys
Enter the Message Text, using the keypad (up to 1,000 characters)
Highlight Sound, using the navigation keys
Press the left soft key for Sounds
Select either Record New (1) or highlight desired sound, using the navigation keys
Press OK to add the Sound
Highlight Subject, using the navigation keys
Enter the Subject Text, using the keypad (up to 80 characters)
Highlight Name Card:, using the navigation keys
Press the left soft key for Add
Select either of the following name card options:
My Name Card (1), to add the previously saved name card
Contacts (2), to add a contact as the name card
Press OK to add the selected name card to the picture message
Press OK to Send the Picture Message to the recipient(s)
Tip: You can send a Picture Message to up to ten recipients
Note: Picture Messages are only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area
Please Note: The handset includes support for Digital Rights Management (DRM) which allows you to view or play some purchased or subscription content. Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringtones) and other content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.
To type letters in lower case, please try the following steps.....
While entering text, press the Left Soft Key (-) Entry Mode, then use the Directional Key OK to highlight a mode and press OK to select the mode.
Note: Available text entry modes will depend on the type of field. When you are entering text, the Right Soft Key shows the current text entry mode.
• Entry Mode: Choose a default text entry mode, from T9Word, Palabra, Abc, ABC, or 123.
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