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Topic # 3781 2-Apr-2005 17:14
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hi there, i just got a data cable for my sanyo 8100
it works fine but it only allows 3 ringtones which have been transfered from the pc to be kept on the fone

anyone know any way to get around this?
cheers

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  Reply # 14014 6-Apr-2005 01:14
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You need the backdoor code, I dont know one for the Sanyo 8100, but surf the net, like search "Sanyo 8100 reset codes" or something, I got the backdoor code for my Samsung X609, when I changed/reconnected this phone back onto the Telecom 027, they run you thru installing the new number, but keep a track of how it's done, and in that secret systems menu, there are heaps of things you can change, but I dont reccomend it, coz one wrong setting can go wrong, but anyways a setting in my backdoor menu, was a setting to change folder/s allowed volume size, like increase sounds folder capacity, or games folder capacity, my picture folder was already set to max. Try something like that.



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  Reply # 14050 7-Apr-2005 10:09
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thanks alot, ill give it a go,
cheers

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