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spazz

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#1224 15-Mar-2004 11:01
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I dunno bout you guys but I have a problem with paying $3.50 for a ringtone. But maybe that's just me. I looked on US sites about ways to get free tones/wallpapers for the CDM-8900 (the TX95C in the States) but the ways listed there don't work with my tx95c... any ideas anyone?




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  #4238 15-Mar-2004 12:03

Opt1. make your own and host them of a webserver - go to the URL via the wap browser and download them..this works out a little cheaper but rememebr you are paying WAP usage charges.

Opt2. The PC synch tool is meant to have a feature that you can manage the ringtones /wallpapers but its not suported in the current version...the next version supposedly does...the downside is you need to purchase a USB cable ($$$$) so unless you already have one it makes your ringtones expensive


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  #4380 23-Mar-2004 09:47
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Yeah I can agree that hosting midi format ringtones on your own webspace works fine.


I've uploaded a few and downloaded them to my phone sweet as.
Also, I found a good source for free tones HERE.

I've uploaded a few in WAP-friendly format here: http://www.cent-com.com/rings/index.htm

Happy to upload others if anyone wants them!




 
 
 
 


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  #4626 6-Apr-2004 11:31
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I set up a few midis for myself that anyone is welcoem to download, at http://www.digitalus.co.nz/tx95/

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#4631 6-Apr-2004 15:57
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Another good place that I have found to get free ringtones is http://www.tagtag.com
If you go to the website using ure PC you can select the song that you want and listen to it before you download it via WAP at the same address. It even tells you how many voices the poly is.
I have downloaded a couple from here and found them pretty good quality, and the database is huge.

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#5750 15-May-2004 14:34
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I have uploaded several MIDI polyphonic ringtones for download from my website. These can also be downloaded via WAP. Check http://adamj.servebeer.com for more info. All are free and yours for the taking




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  #7909 23-Aug-2004 16:27
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Hi i was wondering if you can send free ringtones if you have a pxt capable phone,how much does it cost to do this, i have a hyundai tx95c dont know much about it yet thanks

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#7910 23-Aug-2004 17:56
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www.zedge.no, you will love it. works on most 027 phones :)

 
 
 
 


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#7913 23-Aug-2004 18:27
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Do any of these sites work for Gtran??

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  #7931 24-Aug-2004 17:40
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Should do but I'm not 100% sure. The GTRAN does use the WAP 2 interface so I dont see why not

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  #8365 8-Sep-2004 21:25
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Free test ringtone site. I have pulled it down due to someone have a "hack"

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  #8373 8-Sep-2004 22:49
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I get http error 406 when trying to download from that site on my nokia 6225

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  #8376 8-Sep-2004 23:23
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Yes sorry, it's a really cr@ppy server. i'll be moving it if they fix the other free site i had working till it stopped accepting new files to FTP.

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  #10430 26-Nov-2004 07:05

So for that TagTag hosting WAP thing, how do I access it from my Gtran?

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  #10574 2-Dec-2004 12:59
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You know how boost has the deal about how you can go to the xtra menus marked free for free, well for some reason i think that the pages maked with * are not free. Is this true?

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  #10583 2-Dec-2004 16:11

I think that * means that it COSTS to go to

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