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Topic # 6736 19-Feb-2006 22:35
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okay so I know this makes me sound really retarded, but if ANYONE, ANYWHERE knows how to change the text message alert tone thingy, then PLEASE TELL ME!!! I'm pretty sure you can actually change it, cos I'm sure I remember choosing the one I've got on there now when I first got the phone. but I lost the manual and I can't remember how I changed it!

I promise, its much harder than you'd think. I've been thru every option on the menu and I'm DYING to change the tone, its driving me MENTAL!!!!

please? anyone know anything?

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Reply # 28799 19-Feb-2006 23:24
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I dont remember being able to change the tone on an N171.

I have checked the Telecom Network system for N171s, and have discovered that yours is the last one still in use in New Zealand!! Fancy that!


(Just kidding).

Have you tried the messages button from main screen, then scrolling for message settings (or similar?)




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Reply # 28800 19-Feb-2006 23:45
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ohhh well... must be time to upgrade my phone lol

when you said I was the only one who still used that phone I actually wasn't surprised haha!!!
and it was kinda cool but embarrassing at the same time =)

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 28808 20-Feb-2006 08:06
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I had an N171 when they came out - wow - blue screen!! It was soooo cool and attracted so much attention.




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