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Topic # 8621 16-Jul-2006 10:21
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Has anyone on these forums tried  downloading ringtones from a personally created wap site outside of the xtra wap menu i hear its something like 5c a kb or something but was wondering how i would go about doing it and exactly how much one ringotne would cost ie if some one has done it how did you do it and how much did it cost you?

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  Reply # 41766 16-Jul-2006 12:19
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There is a tool that allows to upload files from your pc to a website and then gives you a code to download it on your phone.
Typically ringtones are no more than 3 or 4 Kb if a midi file. So by accessing the page it shouldnt cost you more than 50c. Much cheaper than downloading from xtra WAP.

site is http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/index.php

There is detailed help and instructions on the page

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  Reply # 42225 22-Jul-2006 14:08
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Yeah - I gave up using "real" ringtones a while ago - just search google and they'res a whole bunch of sites - only problem is if your phone can't change ringtone titles they'll end up being called 69328 or something.

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