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Topic # 5678 16-Nov-2005 16:18
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Hi, I just got a Hyundai tx115c and all the ringtones i can find suck. I found a site that lets you upload stuff to its server and is then accessable from the phone.... BUT, the hyundai wont download mp3 files.... "file type not recognised"... so my question is :
what file format are ringtones for this model ? and am i able to convert sound files into this format so i can use them as ringtones?

thanks much......

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Reply # 23361 16-Nov-2005 16:22
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I think it needs to be .3gp maybe (altough that may just be for video files - cant remember)




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Reply # 23362 16-Nov-2005 16:22
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TX115c supports midi files. You cannot convert mp3 to midi. But there are a lot of sites with free midi downloads if you search for them

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 23363 16-Nov-2005 16:23
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Morbid1: I think it needs to be .3gp maybe (altough that may just be for video files - cant remember)


.3g2 is for video only, not supported by this phone

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Reply # 23393 16-Nov-2005 21:56
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The TX115c supports mp3 files - although the only way that I have been able to successfully put them on (for free) is with the data cable. (which also lets you put free games on too).




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