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- 02-10-2006, 05:01 PM #1Newbie
- 02-10-2006, 06:19 PM #2Mr Admin Guy
What kind of phone do you have? What provider?
Bluetooth is a short range wireless connection. Using bluetooth would be an alternative to using a data cable. In this case you would need a bluetooth adapter for your computer. You can also use it for things like wireless headsets.
- 02-10-2006, 07:56 PM #3Newbie
Hi John- its a motorola RAZR, v3 or whatever... but i know if i turn bluetooth on and someone else next to me does they can send their ringtones over that way- so i heard you could do it sitting in front of your computer? i dont know? Hidden Content
- 02-11-2006, 08:24 AM #4
In order for you to transfer the tones from your computer to phone .... you need a bluetooth usb adapter on the computer. Most computers do not have the bluetooth capability right off the bat. Go to your local computer store and purchase a USB bluetooth adapter. Install and you'll be able to transfer between the computer and your phone.For mp3 ringers, check out this site - geocities.com/dj_mystik2001
It has mp3 ringers I and Vidguy have gotten/made.
MP3 requesting thread - Taking requests for .mp3 ringers
Read the first post I made in that thread too!
If you read the 1st post, youll find a link at the bottom of my post that contain all the mp3 ringtones I have made!
- 02-11-2006, 11:17 AM #5Newbie
ok, very cool! thank you!!
- 02-11-2006, 11:20 AM #6Newbie
wait how do i get them onto my phone, sorry if that sounds really dumb lol, i have a random usb connection to hook it up up my computer, but i guess the computer wont detect it, do i have to buy one specifically from TMOBILE, for the phone? and how do i get those tones to my phone? right click save as? and then what?? hmm ? :/ hehe
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