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#2594 24-Oct-2004 22:42
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I gave the wwwap.orcon.net.nz site a try, if I loaded one of the .mid files the phne would play it but no option to save it. I noticed some of them had .gdc files which from other threads the 6225 needs to read to download tones, but upon trying it on my phone it did show the info page but there was no "Accept" button to actually download the tone.
Is there any other known way around the lock Telecom seems to of put in place to stop us getting free tones? (like using Infra-red or the PC suit via data cable)

thanks.

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I'm working on a project to bring real, free content to mobiles but it's slowliy coming on as I have a life and a job.

For the meanwhile the last guy who posted has some very nice tools.

http://www.rumkin.com/tools/sprint/

Visit my site or get any free "tones" from the net.
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Visit: http://www.rumkin.com/tools/sprint/

Type nothing in the "send to:"
any name you want in the name
and upload the MIDI etc.
you will be given a "jump" code. Write this down and access and bookmark in the WAP menu of your phone:
http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/jump.php
and use the "jump code" you wrote down.
I have uploaded Lolastheme under 78650.


I have not tested this so let me know if it works!!!!

Anton.

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  #9708 29-Oct-2004 22:36
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I gave that site a go, but when I put the link into my phone I just got a page error :(
url I was given was spot on, looked like a php error

 
 
 
 


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  #11387 29-Dec-2004 18:25
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PARADOXSM, does the real, free content pay the original artist any money?

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  #11412 30-Dec-2004 08:41
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Not all real free content in this world is copyrighted.

There is loads of royalty free stuff around, including the few hundred-odd wallpapers I have made for personal use for phones and PCs.

Not everyones a pirate :-)







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