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Topic # 8838 2-Aug-2006 00:50
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Hey all, first post but definitley not the first time here.
I remember seeing a few posts on the 9000 and what it can do but there is one question I have.
First of all, does anyone know what file the ringer/tones are saved as?... 2nd, is it possible to convert wavs/mp3s to make new ringers.

Also be interested in any other info to do with the 9000. Also looking for a good 3gp converter if anyone knows of one.. preferably a trial that doesnt max out at 20 mins :D

Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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  Reply # 43119 2-Aug-2006 01:07
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Good to see your've decided to join us here.

I can't help with the phone, but the Nokia Multimedia Player does a good job of converting videos to 3gp. I use it a lot. Very very good.


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  Reply # 43206 3-Aug-2006 11:04
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This post by phatbloke works for most Sanyos from the 7400 up, Worked for me... nice and easy once you've done it a few times!

Hope it helps.

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