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Zach

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#3435 10-Feb-2005 17:39
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When I tried to download more than one ringtone onto my Samsung N391, It said something like "this file already exists." Does this mean that I can only download one ringtone? I think the reason why this happens is because the ringtones have the same name.

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pervmonkey
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  #12667 10-Feb-2005 18:29
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Yip, its cause they Both have the same name, change the name of one of them and try again, it should work

Zach

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  #13032 21-Feb-2005 19:36
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I cant 0_o.
Why when I get a text from some people, it says "....New Text... [from] Bob", but with some other people it doesn't say their name.

 
 
 
 


sstg
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#13358 6-Mar-2005 18:02
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hi i got a samsung N391 a few days ago and i was needing to know how i can find a certain ringtone i was looking for for my phone and it does'nt show up at telecom and none of the sites i've been to support N391 hoping some one can help me with this thanks

Zach

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  #13359 6-Mar-2005 18:06
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So you are wanting to know where you can download songs for your phone?

Zach

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  #13360 6-Mar-2005 18:16
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Have you tried worddial.com (I think 3733.com on mobile). They have free ringtones, but you pay for the normal WAP charge, About 35c.

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,,204449-201928,00.html?action=%2Fmshop_handsetGallery&productCode=SAMN391# -There's the ringtones from telecom...

sstg
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  #13362 6-Mar-2005 19:54
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well i'm just after a particular one buts its not on the telecom website

sstg
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  #13363 6-Mar-2005 20:31
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i found the one i want thanks on that site you posted thanks for your help

 
 
 
 


Zach

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#13364 6-Mar-2005 20:35
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No problem :D

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#13874 30-Mar-2005 07:58
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The reason for this is because the person with 'No Name' has changed their callback number if you look at the text under number it willl have their number then under callback# it will have a different number all you have to do is go save number while oyur in the text. although now you will have two of the same person you will be able to identify them
the only other way is to persaude your contact to change their callback

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  #14218 16-Apr-2005 02:19
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How much photos can tthe samsung n391 hold in each resolution or how much memory does this phone have for storing images?

Zach

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  #14221 16-Apr-2005 13:11
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"The reason for this is because the person with 'No Name' has changed their callback number if you look at the text under number it willl have their number then under callback# it will have a different number all you have to do is go save number while oyur in the text. although now you will have two of the same person you will be able to identify them
the only other way is to persaude your contact to change their callback"

-Yeah, I know that. It's really annoying! What I meant though was, when I get a message, the "New Message" window sometimes say who the message is from before it is opened, but with other contacts, it doesn't have their name...

"How much photos can tthe samsung n391 hold in each resolution or how much memory does this phone have for storing images?"
-I'm not sure it can hold because I have never reached the limit. But I know it can only hold about 2 downloaded ringtones. I tried to download more, but it wouldn't save them.

I have noticed that when I don't have auto keylock on and I have left the phone on for days, it changes to auto keylock and locks after about a second. I thought this was good at firs, but then when you are reading a message or looking through photos, the phone freezes. So I had to go in to the setup and change auto keylock to lock after 15 seconds.

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  #14225 16-Apr-2005 13:50
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Thx for the quick reply! i went to the samsung n391 demo in da telecom site. When you go to "sending a photo message" it shows along the top of the phone screen: " ^Low >x1 [7/58]" From this i can see that "low" should be the resolution and "x1" should be the zoom. So would the "[7/58]" be showing the number of photos taken out of the total of 58 in low resolution??????

Zach

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  #14226 16-Apr-2005 14:08
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Low means 160 by 120, Medium means 320 by 240 and High means 640 by 480. In low you can zoom in x1, x2 and x4. In Medium you can zoom in x1, and x2. In High you can't zoom. High just means that when you send the picture to an e-mail or a large screen, the picture will be better quality. You can also go in to settings and quality and change to: Economy, Normal and Fine. I don't know what it means by [7/58] because when you take 58, it will keep on going. It's not like 58 is the maximum pictures it will hold.

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  #14227 16-Apr-2005 14:14
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Thx again for a quick reply n helpful info!! :)

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