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Topic # 5232 11-Oct-2005 06:34

Hi there,

I'm trying to find out how to use a notification for text messages other than those installed by default, in my O2 XDAIIi device.

O2 seem to think I can do it, but they've not been very forthcoming (yet) on how. I did try to download a ringtone from my ISP, but get the error 'Your phone doesn't support the product type' but I'm sure this does support polyphonics.

I have also tried to copy *.mid or *.wav files over using ActiveSync, but I don't know which folder to copy them to, as I can't find the existing ones!

I'm sure it's something simple, but would appreciate any help.



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Reply # 21302 11-Oct-2005 06:51
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I think you can just drop the file (mine are .wav) into the Windows folder (This works for me via Harrier). Might be the same on your device.

good luck

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Reply # 21303 11-Oct-2005 07:04

I just KNEW it would be that easy! Thanks riahon, you stopped me chasing my tail!



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Reply # 21304 11-Oct-2005 07:26
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Good to hear although the credit must go to the real experts on this site. I learn everything from here, this site rocks.


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