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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 3793 4-Apr-2005 21:09
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I recently bought a PC Sync USB Cable, It works fine and i got the drivers installed (also wondering if someone else has the driver files that i can try alternatively), im using BitPim and trying to send a .qcp file and/or a .mid file to my phone.

I press Send Phone Data and select ringtones and it tells me its writing the data and is busy, then goes back to normal as if its finished, my phone still says it connected and i have to press end to go back to normal which i do, but then i check and nothings changed. No new ringers under the pc sync menu or under the download/ringtones menu. Ive tried leaving it for a while but it still sits at the "Still Connected" thing on the phone itself.

Any help?

Thanks in advance

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 14010 6-Apr-2005 00:06
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  Reply # 14076 8-Apr-2005 11:08
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you might be trying to upload files that are to big

try doing it with a mid file that is under 10kb
works for me

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