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# 17925 18-Dec-2007 14:16
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Quick questions for anyone with a Sanyo 3200, can they download true-tones?

I know the Telecom website says "downloadable ringtones" but doesn't specify what (which to mean means just Polyphonic).
I also notice that the ringtones area of Telecom does not feature the 3200s only the close 3100s are there.
I have asked Telecom, but like many other areas of various cellphones features, they cannot confirm nor deny whether they do in fact have truetones.

Also is charging port round type like 4920, 2300, 3100, 7050, 7400, etc, or the flat sort like on 6650s, etc??

With my 3100 I had, even though it had heaps of internal memory, I am sure it could only store approximately 31 VGA photos before it was full, even though as I said the memory was hardly used. Is this exactly the same in the 3200, or has this been modified so that you can store as many photos as the memory can hold??

On the Sanyo 7400s if a photo is taken from "in camera" and stored on the phone memory, it could NOT be moved back into camera so it could be PXT. The Sanyo 6650, this has been changed so that photos can be shifted back "in camera" to be sent.
Anyone know which way it is for the Sanyo 3200s?


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  # 100810 19-Dec-2007 10:30

The manufacturers site states 72 chord polyphonic and Im sure if it could handle tru-tones they would mention it

In respect of the charger, all of the compatible chargers on this link are the square type

I can help with the photo capabilities sorry Comradehunt

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  # 100815 19-Dec-2007 11:06
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Thanks for your reply.

I actually bit the bullet and went and got one.

I can now say that yes, no truetones (although as I said, some other Telecom phones that dont mention true tones can actually download them).

Also it comes with round charger (the sort I like).

And photos can be moved "onto phone" then back "into camera", a huge improvement over previous phones.

Not sure about photo capacity yet, haven't had time to sit down taking tens or hundreds of photos to find out.


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# 101419 22-Dec-2007 19:21
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I purchased a sanyo 3200 to upgrade from my sanyo 3100, i found this site and was upset as i couldn't download tru tones, until tonight, i just downloaded Justin Timberlake trutone "My Love". So yes the Sanyo 3200 can indeed download true tones. I am on Telecom.
So hopefully this gets to the person who asked the question originally

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  # 101420 22-Dec-2007 19:28
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How did you manage to do it, as it doesn't show up on the phone's WAP menu? There is only the polyphonic ringtones, and caller tunes, etc.

If theres a way, I'd be keen to know as I have 3 Sanyos which cant download them but I would if there was a way.

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# 101427 22-Dec-2007 20:02
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Sure, i think i fluked it, lol
Go to web, Home page click on 1.Music & Tones polyphonic ringtones somehow came across tru tones and managed to download
Tru-Tone Ringtones at download central on my mobile
That is what it says in my history, so just play round with it and you should come across it.
Good Luck, but it can be done, as i have Justin singing my love, on my phone set as a ringtone, so there is definitely a way around it. Just persevere. Let us know and if you can't work it out i will have another look through my history

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# 101429 22-Dec-2007 20:11
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YES, I found them! I am going to go loose now downloading them! Thanks very much for alerting me as they weren't there last time I looked! Yay!

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# 101430 22-Dec-2007 20:17
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No worries, you are very welcome, i am happy to help, i only got my new phone Wednesday last week, so i am glad i mucked around with it
Have an awesome Christmas, drive safe and eat plenty. All the best for 2008

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