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CosmiCell

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#2545 19-Oct-2004 21:42
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This site is for all of you with Sprint PCS Vision to upload Java Midlets, sound files or images from your PC as I have some very cool things I use to place on my phone and it is more user friendly and simple to understand than any site I have paid to use script like this. I have free stuff on my site also if you choose to check it out. Anything you might be looking for I probably have the link, so just ask The link is http://www.rumkin.com/tools/sprint/

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cat-mince
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  #10687 4-Dec-2004 10:16
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bump! this thing rocks!




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pervmonkey
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  #10691 4-Dec-2004 11:03
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whats the email address you need to put in? i have a 3205 on telecom

 
 
 
 


cat-mince
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  #10692 4-Dec-2004 11:19
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you don't need to put an email address, it's optional.




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pervmonkey
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  #10693 4-Dec-2004 11:29
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hmm it doesnt work for me...

cat-mince
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  #10696 4-Dec-2004 11:42
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really? it works great on my TX115c. Are you uploading midi files?




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TaniwhaThe3rd
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  #10806 7-Dec-2004 13:46
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wat does this do ??? does it give you free ringtones etc ??? wat do you require ??isit via the pc or wap browser ???

cat-mince
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  #10808 7-Dec-2004 13:50
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you upload midi files and it makes them compatible with your phone then you use the wap browser to visit the address and download them. works with games too.




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pervmonkey
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  #10809 7-Dec-2004 13:55
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where can i get midi files from, or how do i change an ordinary song into a midi file?

cat-mince
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  #10811 7-Dec-2004 14:06
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www.musicrobot.com




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TaniwhaThe3rd
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  #10812 7-Dec-2004 14:25
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i dont get it!! do i have to download that uploader?? then get the files converted then put them on a site then go on the wap and download them ??? isnt this expensive @ 5cents a kb ??

pervmonkey
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  #10813 7-Dec-2004 14:28
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it keeps coming up with 'didnt find what you were looking for at rumpkin.com...'

cat-mince
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  #10814 7-Dec-2004 14:51
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download the file you want to your PC.

Go to the uploader and click browse

For Description put the title of the midi file

Click upload

visit http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/jump.php on your phones WAP browser

On the page on your PC there's a jump code enter that on your Phones WAP browser and the file will download.




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CosmiCell

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  #10903 10-Dec-2004 09:09
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This site only works for Sprint PCS Vision subscibers that I am aware of, and it works for games , poloyphionics, pictures , you name it!!!!

cat-mince
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  #10905 10-Dec-2004 09:28
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Works on my TX115C.




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dazzanz
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  #10951 12-Dec-2004 09:32
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anyone know where i can get some games that will work on the tx115c to upload here?

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