Enable MMS options on your iPhone 4 to allow the phone to send photos with text messages. After enabling MMS, open a new message, upload a photo to it and send the message.Know More
Tap the Settings icon on your iPhone 4. Then tap the Messages option that appears in the list on the screen. Look next to the MMS Messaging option to make sure it is set to ON. If it is not set to ON, tap the button to turn it on.
Tap the Messages icon to open a messaging window. Type the text message you want to send. Do not tap the Send button yet.
Tap the camera icon next to the message window. Two options appear. To use an existing photo, tap Photo Library to open a screen in which you may view all of the photos saved to your iPhone 4. Tap to select the photo you want to send. To use a new photo, tap on Take Photo or Video, and take the photo you want to use.
Tap Send at the bottom right of the screen to send the message and photo.
Text messages are not like voice mails and cannot be retrieved from any other device than the one in which the message was delivered to. This may change as technology advances, but for right now, text messages cannot be viewed from another phone.Full Answer >
It is possible to back up phone contacts on an iPhone by using iTunes or by using iCloud. To back up using iTunes, install iTunes software on a computer and connect the iPhone via a USB cable. To back up using iCloud, only an Internet connection is required.Full Answer >
The easiest way to send a picture from a computer to a cell phone is by email. Attach the selected picture to an email, and send it to the recipient's phone number. Most phones enable the user to download the image directly from the menu.Full Answer >
To save audio clips sent by text message to your iPhone, open the audio clip, click the Forward icon and then choose Mail. Email the sound clip to your personal email address, and download the sound file to your personal computer. Open the sound file in iTunes, and then transfer it back to your phone.Full Answer >