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Topic # 10030 31-Oct-2006 17:04
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Hi All

I know that you can send pictures via email on the Apache, but us that don't want to or can not afford the data plans do you think the firmware will be updated in the future to allow photo messaging?

As I used to use it a lot on the Sanyo 7400.

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Reply # 50495 31-Oct-2006 17:06
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Sorry - no chance.




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  Reply # 50507 31-Oct-2006 18:23
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is possible with a 3rd party software?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 50508 31-Oct-2006 18:35
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no. you cannot send and recieve MMS with the Apache, not even with 3rd party software.
You must use IM/web/Email instead.

Not ideal... but thats the way it is.




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Reply # 50644 1-Nov-2006 14:35
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tonyhughes: no. you cannot send and recieve MMS with the Apache, not even with 3rd party software.
You must use IM/web/Email instead.


does that mean its possible to transfer files via IM clients on the Apache ? :-)

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  Reply # 50645 1-Nov-2006 14:46
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If you have an im client that supports that function - yes. There are dozens of IM clients available.




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