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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 4841 1-Sep-2005 11:59
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K, from the other feed back that I got, I understand that with my Nokia 6225 I need to have a descriptor file for the phone to know to download the file.

I understand it's probley easier going to my service provider for ring tones, but well from the webpage "" they have 2 midi files that I would die to have as a ring tone, they are Defender of the Crown (theme song), and Monkey Island. Both were pc games that I loved and still love to this day.

The midi files you can download to your pc,
I woud like to create a WAP page to upload to my webspace along with the files and download them through my phone.

Can anybody help me out....



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 19491 1-Sep-2005 12:12

there an abundance of content loaders for CDMA phones. I can suggest two options for you, first if you operate a laptop of have access to infrared transfer the files on to your 6225 via this method and they should be available to use as ringtones.
Alternatively google and look for a content loader over wap. its pretty simple you use your pc to upload content and receive a code. Then on your handset you visit a WAP page and enter the code and it loads down the content to your phone. This isnt the most ideal solution especially on a walled garden type operator with high outside charges

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 19498 1-Sep-2005 13:04
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Content Upload sites:

Try: (provides a address to a server, enter the address in to your browser, then the code provided to download the content)

It is intended for Sprint phones, and I have never tried it with a Nokia thou.


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  Reply # 19511 1-Sep-2005 18:56
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It worked for me when I had a NOK6225.

it's pricey to download but if it's only a couple it's not too bad. a 10KB file will cost you 50c

The files are .gcd files which just contain a weblink to the actual content for the browser to get and download.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 19513 1-Sep-2005 19:24
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thanks for the wonderful info... I'll try out those suggestions.

thanks again.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 19514 1-Sep-2005 19:33
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thanks that sprint upload page worked like a charm... thanks again... now I've got monkey island as my ring tone.... very very sweet..


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