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    KareemRush21
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    Hi, I'm new to the site and read the rules and didn't see anything in there about this. I want to make some ringtones and then send them to my phone, but I don't have a data cable. Does anyone know the code that I need so I can send them to my phone. I want to send them from my website that i hope to put up once I start to get this in order.

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    I should probably add that I have a Nokia 2260, monophonic with att wireless service.



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    I don't know a lot about your phone, but let me tell you everything I know...

    1. How to send a ringtone from a phone to another
    For old phones (like Nokia 3330), you can send them from the Composer. They will be considered as messages. For new phones, Nokia decided not to let us send ringtones to other phones for some reasons, but if you have a program called "SeleQ," you can send any file from your phone to another one via Infrared, Bluetooth, or Multimedia.

    2. How to send a ringtone from a phone to a PC
    The only way to do that is to send them using SeleQ via an Infrared device or Bluetooth (which you should install in your PC).

    3. How to send a ringtone from a PC to a phone
    You can send any kind of ringtones using the Infrared device or Bluetooth. Otherwise, you can upload the tones to the Internet, then using the phone's WAP browser, enter the location of the file (for example "http://example.com/something.mid"). I also heard that some sites can send them somehow to phones without any cables or stuff.



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    KareemRush21
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    thanks a bunch, i never realized i could use a friends phone with composer to send them to my phone, thanks a ton.



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    aye can u text ringtones?
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    hmmm...

    I can't understand what you really mean, but if you mean the ringtone that will be played when you receive a text message, then (as long as you've got an N-Gage) use SeleQ to send whatever you want...

    But if you mean to send ringtones via SMS, then u can't. Unless you have an old phone with monophonic ringtones (like Nokia 3330), you can send them via SMS. However, I heard that there are some hacked programs which allow you to send any file (any extension) via MMS. Not sure about this...




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    KareemRush21
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    yah, i have a monophonic phone that can send thru sms (nokia 226)
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    oh..about that whole WAP thing....how exactly do you do it...because i just downloaded lovers and freinds and i want to get it on a 3200...but not sure how...or if its even possible...thanks.



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    One way is to upload your MIDI files to the Internet (using a Web site server), then download them directly to the phone...

    Another way is to know the location of MIDI file that's already on the Internet (try http://www.geocities.com/enigma303/) and download the tone...

    For example, if you to download the ringtone "I Miss You" by Blink 182, go to your WAP browser (from your phone of course) and go to "http://www.geocities.com/enigma303/midi/blink182-imissyou.mid" to download it. You have to have your phone ready to browse... Check out the setting for WAP from your phone service provider (call them for help, and they might send you the settings file).




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    KareemRush21
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    well i have a monophonic phone without a browser, but can i just attach a file to my email and send it to my phone? i already tried i, but i don;t think i use the right file type, if i have a nokia 2260 monophonic what type of file does it need to be and what is the maximum size and length?



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