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Topic # 4844 2-Sep-2005 00:09
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Has anyone successfully downloaded polyphonics off the net to this phone model? Free, 0900 pay-per-tone or via Nokia Pc Suite? Im almost about to tear my hair out here! I cant seem to get them on my phone:(

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  Reply # 19526 2-Sep-2005 10:50
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Hey there - welcome to Geekzone. Tear your hair out no more, and accept the things you cannot change

I just went to the Xtra mobile website and previewed tones for this phone, and only mono tones were available. Im sure if the phone was capable, they would happily sell more expensive tones, which leads me to the conclusion that sorry - mono tones only on the 2112.

Tru- Tones: $4.95
Alert Tones: $3.00
Polyphonic: $3.50
Monophonic: $1.95,,10313,00.html

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  Reply # 19529 2-Sep-2005 14:11
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Thanks for the welcome and the info- I have also come to that conclusion, sadly:( Even downloaded PC Suite V6.5 which doesnt support my phone when adding midi rintones...oh well, looks like Im going to buy a Nokia 3105 lol


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  Reply # 19547 2-Sep-2005 22:25
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They can be sent to this phone. They are delivered through special TXT codes.

You need to supply the website above with "RTTTL" codes which are just strings of TXT.

Then sign up for Xtra WEBTXT and send them to yourself that way (it's 3 seperate messages sent in order so it'll cost you 60c)

//SCKL15810000010301 024A3A5DD1C9A5B1BD9DE404009B28CAE934C511615624D314458558938C513616624E3144D85989

//SCKL15810000010302 32C38C513624CB0E3144D8934C511615624D31445855892CC34C511624B30D31445892EC34C51162

//SCKL15810000010303 4BB0D3144585985584D8458938C2EC32C34C38C5156166186000

Surprisingly this will also work with the "polyphonic" nokia's though these will play MONO only.

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