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Topic # 6020 16-Dec-2005 19:58
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Uh my fonez mp3 capable but i tried sendin mp3s n it says wrong format n e help al gud

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Reply # 24882 16-Dec-2005 20:56
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Welcome to Geekzone. Could you please refrain of using SMS lingo, and write plain English next time?

It makes so much easier for others to understand and perhaps come with a solution for your problem.

Check our Forum Usage Guidelines.

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Reply # 24907 17-Dec-2005 16:32

for ringtones convert the mp3 clip to an amr and it will give you no trouble at all.
If you have the nokia pc suite then you can use the multimedia player to convert and I know the alcatel pc suite converts also


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Reply # 24929 18-Dec-2005 19:24
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Hey, where do you get the nokia pc suite download from. Cheers Hayden

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Reply # 24930 18-Dec-2005 19:30
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Yeah also im running Mac Os 9.2.2

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Reply # 24954 18-Dec-2005 23:19
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I have a Motorola and I use Nokia Multimedia Converter 2.0

Nokia Multimedia Converter 2.0, including an enhanced user interface and support for 128 kbps video bit stream, is a tool for converting common multimedia files (such as AVI, WAV, MPEG, and MP3) into standard 3GPP/AMR, H.263, wideband-, and narrow-band-AMR-supported formats for use in mobile phone applications such as MMS. Original and converted multimedia and 3GPP/AMR formats can be played on a PC.

Nokia Multimedia Converter 2.0

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