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peejayw

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#5025 21-Sep-2005 07:23
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I am trying to install an MP3 as a ringtone on my SE K700i with firmware R2AY004.
I have converted the MP3 to DRM with the Sony tool DRM Packager but although I can load the file into the phone and play it, it will not allow me to install as a ringtone.
Any clues?





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paradoxsm
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#20320 21-Sep-2005 10:15
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Contact "muppet" on these forums,, he's usually more than happy to assist :-)
there might be a nominal fee involved,

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  #20343 21-Sep-2005 18:32
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OK, thanks, will try and contacy him.




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  #20609 27-Sep-2005 15:02
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or buy a "media reader" that takes "memory stick" and use that.

they are only about $30, maybe $40, if you are charged more, you are being screwed over, READ:Trademe
try some asian owned computer shops.

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  #20620 27-Sep-2005 17:05
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paradoxsm: or buy a "media reader" that takes "memory stick" and use that.

they are only about $30, maybe $40, if you are charged more, you are being screwed over, READ:Trademe
try some asian owned computer shops.

They are $10 no reserve or $16 buynow on Trademe
Thats the first and only one i checked.







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  #20625 27-Sep-2005 17:22
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paradoxsm: or buy a "media reader" that takes "memory stick" and use that.

they are only about $30, maybe $40, if you are charged more, you are being screwed over, READ:Trademe
try some asian owned computer shops.


The K700i doesn't take memory sticks.....

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  #20648 27-Sep-2005 21:59
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Whoops, I even have that phone too,, I'm a dumbass sometimes. I'm so used to the v800

 
 
 
 


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  #21066 5-Oct-2005 21:26
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Thanks to replies here, I have had my fone debranded and it is great! Have reclaimed a lot of screen and now can use mp3's as ringtones, yeh!
Muppet did an excellent job.




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