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# 1152 2-Mar-2004 13:42
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Hi
If I want to create my own polyphonic ringtones, wallpapers etc for the Hyundai TX-95c (rather than use Xtra's) how do I do this? There is nothing in the manual on it. Would i have to create the files, upload them then import them via WAP? Is there ringtone composer/converter software out there that will create tx95-compatible ringtones?
I'm pklanning on buying the $99 data cable and downlaoding the soon-to-be-updated PC software, will this be the way to do it? Any tips or web links would be great!

cheers

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# 3960 2-Mar-2004 15:06

The TX95 supports standard .jpg, and Midi files, also .QCP and .PNG formats. You will need to resize any files to fit the handset specs, then host them of a web site and access the url via wap.

The PC synch software doesnt appear to support importing these files nor backing up images/ringtones.



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# 3969 2-Mar-2004 20:36
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ok cool, is there a way to send a midi or jpg to the phone, say from a website?

 
 
 
 




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# 3982 3-Mar-2004 10:50
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OK after some fiddling here's what I worked out. You dont need to sign up to Xtra's mobile plan for this but it will cost you about 5c per 10kb I think.
Create a jpeg (.jpg) file that's 640x480, 320x240 or 160x120 and upload it to a website somewhere. You can also do this with MIDI music files. Then, on your phone, go to "Do More", "Connect Web", "Launch Web" then press Menu and choose Option 4 - Go to URL
then enter the url to your file. For example, http://www.yourdoamin.co.nz/image.jpg
The image will load and display. Press menu then 9 to save it. When it appears again, press Menu then 1 to save it to your album. You can now use the image/sound in various applications throughout the phone :)

cheers

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# 3984 3-Mar-2004 11:25


Pricing for "content outside of Xtra WAP menu" = 0.05c/kb

Pricing info at:
http://www.xtra.co.nz/mobile/0,,10311-2463434,00.html



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# 3996 3-Mar-2004 14:21
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Eek! I better lay off the WAPping then :)
Hey, offtopic a bit - do you know how to send a contact to another phone from a TX95? There doesnt seem to be an option to do it anywhere....

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# 4004 3-Mar-2004 16:22

nope - it cant do it

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# 4291 16-Mar-2004 23:20
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I've created a pic, resized it properly, hosted it (at www.dale.net.nz/jessie.jpg) accessed it via my wap browser, now the pic didnt load, but it said "jessie.jpg" in the top left-hand corner. So i went to "Save Items", it said the pic was transferred to my image folder. Went there, and it said the picture was "invalid", and must be erased!!

I would be tremendously grateful for any help. Thanks in advance.




 
 
 
 




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# 4292 16-Mar-2004 23:34
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make sure the jpeg isnt progressive :)

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# 4309 18-Mar-2004 10:13
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If you see a icon rather than the image you need to enable web images under the settings somewhere,

I followed the instructions and also had the same problem - which worked well when I found that images were disabled and then changed it,

;-)

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# 7096 7-Jul-2004 23:02
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I don't think WAP supports normal URLs. Not too sure.
But it works if you upload your stuff onto www.tagtag.com and then download them via WAP.

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# 7112 9-Jul-2004 10:49
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forget disneyland www.tagtag.com is the happiest place on earth!!!

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