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Topic # 4730 22-Aug-2005 10:01
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my mother bought this phone and was setting it up for her, didnt come with vodafone live so had to call vodafone to get the gprs. pxt, wap settings etc. and noticed its not supported by voda. live for real ringtones , but know this phone does support it.. how can i get real ringtones on this phone do i have to use another website or can i get a cord from the pc to the phone and download them that way?

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  Reply # 18848 22-Aug-2005 10:14
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Check Nokias website to see if the phone supports PCSuite. If so, obtain that (its free), and get yourself a cable,ir or blouetooth connection (whichever the phone supports and is most convenient to you). If you need a cable, i would suggest buying one from phonestuff.co.nz - much cheaper than retail stores.




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  Reply # 18876 22-Aug-2005 21:08
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This handset will have very limited access to the vlive wap site

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 19365 31-Aug-2005 00:49
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Vodafones WAP data rates are much better than Telecom's so you will be able to get tones via the web to your phone quite easily. I have not experimented with recent nokia's but I assume they use AMR format (get converter from Sony-Ericsson Website or see my old post)
the pc software also allows easy (free) installation of Java games and polyphonics.

Upload them to any old website and then try typing it the URL seeing if it'll download.

Vodafones WAP data rates are only $10 a meg versus Telecoms $50 a meg.

A 50k file will cost you only 50c.

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