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Topic # 8301 19-Jun-2006 11:11
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I was just wondering if there is any software out there yet for this phone so i can get my pictures off the phone and also upload some ringtones and the likes.

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Reply # 38954 19-Jun-2006 11:16
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the pantech can use xtras online gallery service. you can get unlimited pics off your phone for free (upload all your pics from phone to gallery, then in the web part of it, using a pc, choose the download all option).




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Reply # 38963 19-Jun-2006 12:14
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Thanks for that, but do you also know how to upload ringtones to the phone?

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Reply # 38995 19-Jun-2006 14:48
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no sorry i dont. by the time you buy a data cable, and find some software to do the upload, and convert some music files, your time and effort and money all spent may well exceed the cost of buying telecoms ringtones through wap, which takes about five seconds. (assuming a cheap cable from trademe is $15 + $5 postage, plus an hour or two of stuffing around, wouldnt you just rather buy 3 or 4 ringtones?)




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Reply # 38996 19-Jun-2006 14:55
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@tonyhughes: You're forgetting this is *geek* zone, not joe-consumer zone :)

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  Reply # 39002 19-Jun-2006 15:22
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muppet: @tonyhughes: You're forgetting this is *geek* zone, not joe-consumer zone :)

Horses for courses....

Being a geek doesnt mean that you HAVE to expend extra time and effort to make something happen.

A quick Google search reveals nothing in the way of a ringtone uploader for the Pantech. Anyone had any success?




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