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  1. #1
    Sportbilly
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    hi

    I've just purchased a SE T610 mobile phone, I have quite a few midi
    files stored on my laptop and would like to use them on my mobile. I
    don't have I/R on my laptop, nor do I have bluetooth. So what should I
    do - do i get a data cable, an I/R thingy like the MA 260 or some sort
    of bluetooth thing.

    Which is best, what do I need and how much will it cost.

    Any help will be much appreciated!!

    Thanks

    Mike



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  2. #2
    hays
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Sportbilly wrote:
    > hi
    >
    > I've just purchased a SE T610 mobile phone, I have quite a few midi
    > files stored on my laptop and would like to use them on my mobile. I
    > don't have I/R on my laptop, nor do I have bluetooth. So what should I
    > do - do i get a data cable, an I/R thingy like the MA 260 or some sort
    > of bluetooth thing.
    >
    > Which is best, what do I need and how much will it cost.
    >
    > Any help will be much appreciated!!
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mike


    Mike

    If I were you I would buy either a USB IR device (that's what I use) or a
    bluetooth dongle

    A good deal on bluetooth dongles seems to be
    http://www.savastore.com/Default.asp

    Obviously an IR device will work with more phones, so it's down to what you
    prefer

    If I didn't already own an IR adaptor, I would probably go for the bluetooth

    Hope that helps

    Paul
    T610 Housings available now
    http://members.ebay.co.uk/aboutme/hays60/



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  3. #3
    Angus
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    I use a Bluetooth dongle and can then just drag and drop whole folders onto
    the phone.

    "Sportbilly" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > hi
    >
    > I've just purchased a SE T610 mobile phone, I have quite a few midi
    > files stored on my laptop and would like to use them on my mobile. I
    > don't have I/R on my laptop, nor do I have bluetooth. So what should I
    > do - do i get a data cable, an I/R thingy like the MA 260 or some sort
    > of bluetooth thing.
    >
    > Which is best, what do I need and how much will it cost.
    >
    > Any help will be much appreciated!!
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mike






  4. #4
    Keith Ekin
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    I trim my MIDI files down to about 30 seconds before I transfer them onto my
    phone.. no sense in copying a 4 minute song when your phone isn't going to
    ring that long, takes up much less space too. I'm using bluetooth, works
    great. Just a PITA to set up.
    -Keith

    "Angus" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I use a Bluetooth dongle and can then just drag and drop whole folders

    onto
    > the phone.
    >
    > "Sportbilly" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > hi
    > >
    > > I've just purchased a SE T610 mobile phone, I have quite a few midi
    > > files stored on my laptop and would like to use them on my mobile. I
    > > don't have I/R on my laptop, nor do I have bluetooth. So what should I
    > > do - do i get a data cable, an I/R thingy like the MA 260 or some sort
    > > of bluetooth thing.
    > >
    > > Which is best, what do I need and how much will it cost.
    > >
    > > Any help will be much appreciated!!
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
    > > Mike

    >
    >






  5. #5
    Nick
    Guest

    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    hi Keith and any groupmember,

    that's what I want to do also.
    I've a lot of MP3's and my favorites I want to convert to MIDI.
    I know how to convert to WAV, but then ?
    do you know a MP3-to-MIDI or WAV-to-MIDI converter or an application that
    would do the job directly to my t610

    or maybe better a site where you can download Latin-music in MIDI

    thx in advance
    Nick

    "Keith Ekin" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    news:[email protected]
    > I trim my MIDI files down to about 30 seconds before I transfer them onto

    my
    > phone.. no sense in copying a 4 minute song when your phone isn't going to
    > ring that long, takes up much less space too. I'm using bluetooth, works
    > great. Just a PITA to set up.
    > -Keith






  6. #6
    Melvyn Scott
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    How do you trim the Midi files ? I would love to just have sections of music
    from a file and not the whole file.


    "Keith Ekin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I trim my MIDI files down to about 30 seconds before I transfer them onto

    my
    > phone.. no sense in copying a 4 minute song when your phone isn't going to
    > ring that long, takes up much less space too. I'm using bluetooth, works
    > great. Just a PITA to set up.
    > -Keith
    >
    > "Angus" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I use a Bluetooth dongle and can then just drag and drop whole folders

    > onto
    > > the phone.
    > >
    > > "Sportbilly" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > hi
    > > >
    > > > I've just purchased a SE T610 mobile phone, I have quite a few midi
    > > > files stored on my laptop and would like to use them on my mobile. I
    > > > don't have I/R on my laptop, nor do I have bluetooth. So what should I
    > > > do - do i get a data cable, an I/R thingy like the MA 260 or some sort
    > > > of bluetooth thing.
    > > >
    > > > Which is best, what do I need and how much will it cost.
    > > >
    > > > Any help will be much appreciated!!
    > > >
    > > > Thanks
    > > >
    > > > Mike

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  7. #7
    X Kyle M Thompson
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Melvyn Scott wrote:
    > How do you trim the Midi files ? I would love to just have sections
    > of music from a file and not the whole file.


    there's a good program on myt610.com for that.
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  8. #8
    Dan Altemyr
    Guest

    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610


    "Nick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > hi Keith and any groupmember,
    >
    > that's what I want to do also.
    > I've a lot of MP3's and my favorites I want to convert to MIDI.
    > I know how to convert to WAV, but then ?
    > do you know a MP3-to-MIDI or WAV-to-MIDI converter or an application that
    > would do the job directly to my t610
    >

    I think it is very difficult to perform the conversion to MIDI, it's a
    little similar to trying to create vector graphics from a bitmap. The MIDI
    file is almost like a sheet of music, with a line of notes for each
    instrument or voice. It would require very advanced sount analyzing software
    to filter out each instrument from a wav or mp3 file and transform them to
    notes.


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  9. #9
    Melvyn Scott
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Yeah? Which one?


    "X Kyle M Thompson" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > Melvyn Scott wrote:
    > > How do you trim the Midi files ? I would love to just have sections
    > > of music from a file and not the whole file.

    >
    > there's a good program on myt610.com for that.
    > --
    > .sig is in the post
    >
    >
    >






  10. #10
    X Kyle M Thompson
    Guest

    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Melvyn Scott wrote:
    > Yeah? Which one?


    You want me to do everything for you

    psm player v 3.80 http://www.lasyk.addr.com/Software/01_07/psmp380e.zip

    is the one I use, works pretty well.

    I was also alble to change the instruments quite easily... oo many MIDIs use
    pan pipes for my liking!

    great for speeding up and slowing down too - my speeded up benny hill theme
    works great!!

    kt.
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    ..sig is in the post





  11. #11
    Melvyn Scott
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Thanks for that!. Yes, I've tried this program when I had a Samsung T100,
    for creating mmf files. When I manipulate a midi file and then save it as a
    midi file, in this program, it doesn't sound right. Something happens during
    the saving process.
    Your thoughts please !!!


    "X Kyle M Thompson" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > Melvyn Scott wrote:
    > > Yeah? Which one?

    >
    > You want me to do everything for you
    >
    > psm player v 3.80 http://www.lasyk.addr.com/Software/01_07/psmp380e.zip
    >
    > is the one I use, works pretty well.
    >
    > I was also alble to change the instruments quite easily... oo many MIDIs

    use
    > pan pipes for my liking!
    >
    > great for speeding up and slowing down too - my speeded up benny hill

    theme
    > works great!!
    >
    > kt.
    > --
    > .sig is in the post
    >
    >






  12. #12
    Melvyn Scott
    Guest

    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Sorry, another quick question ! can the T610 play mmf ringtones? If it does,
    how on earth do you transfer them to the phone?
    Thanks

    "X Kyle M Thompson" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > Melvyn Scott wrote:
    > > Yeah? Which one?

    >
    > You want me to do everything for you
    >
    > psm player v 3.80 http://www.lasyk.addr.com/Software/01_07/psmp380e.zip
    >
    > is the one I use, works pretty well.
    >
    > I was also alble to change the instruments quite easily... oo many MIDIs

    use
    > pan pipes for my liking!
    >
    > great for speeding up and slowing down too - my speeded up benny hill

    theme
    > works great!!
    >
    > kt.
    > --
    > .sig is in the post
    >
    >






  13. #13
    El Gee
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    [email protected] (Sportbilly) wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > hi
    >
    > I've just purchased a SE T610 mobile phone, I have quite a few midi
    > files stored on my laptop and would like to use them on my mobile. I
    > don't have I/R on my laptop, nor do I have bluetooth. So what should I
    > do - do i get a data cable, an I/R thingy like the MA 260 or some sort
    > of bluetooth thing.
    >
    > Which is best, what do I need and how much will it cost.
    >
    > Any help will be much appreciated!!
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mike


    I have a low budget answer for you (providing you have a Palm PDA
    (although a Pocket PC may work as well)). I had the same problem. Work
    issues T610's to employees, so I do not want to spend a lot of money on
    accessories for a phone that is not mine:

    I download the midi's from the web,
    Tweak them as needed,
    Run ZBoxZ program (the Winbox applet, which is free) from my PC,
    Synch my Palm to my PC and
    Use the ZBoxZ beam file applet from the palm to IR the file to my phone.
    Low, tech and a hassle, I know, but saves me from buying the dongle
    for my PC, or the cable for the phone (neither which I would use if I
    leave the company)

    ZBoxZ is not an easy program to use, but it works well.
    http://palmboxer.sourceforge.net/

    Happy beaming!

    BTW, it works for wallpaper and screensavers as well. I do not know
    about any other things. The phone is still very new to me. --
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    Did you hear the one about the dyslexic, agnostic, insomniac?
    He would stay up late every night and wonder if there was a dog.


    Remove yourhat to reply ... but it may take a while.
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  14. #14
    Alessandro
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    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    Keith Ekin says...

    >I trim my MIDI files down to about 30 seconds before I transfer them onto my
    >phone.. no sense in copying a 4 minute song when your phone isn't going to
    >ring that long, takes up much less space too. I'm using bluetooth, works
    >great. Just a PITA to set up.
    >-Keith


    hey there.. I'm a new t610 owner.. I have quite a few already trimmed midi files
    ready to get uploaded to my phone. I have IR port on my laptop - so I'm good to
    go in that respect too. Only problem is I'm just lost to what software to run on
    my PC to upload stuff. I have used the sony image editor to upload pics ok - but
    I want to upload mid files, themes and the rest of it etc.

    I tried the MMS software with the phone to upload a midi file but it just stored
    it as a MMS template.. I just want to be able to "drag and drop" file types from
    the PC to the phone?

    If this possible? Any tips - or places to get software from?
    I had a look at myt610.com but couldn't find anything.

    Thanks
    Alessandro
    Apologies if this has been asked before - I have done a quick google search, but
    didn't find anything specifc.




  15. #15
    Nick
    Guest

    Re: best way of getting ringtones from pc to T610

    when you have a bluetoothdongle and the bluetooth softwaredrivers installed
    and then install the T610 CD, it's just drag and drop from images and midi
    files
    just watch out for too big files and of course only filetypes :
    multimedia : jpg, gif, midi, wbmp and from the Sony Ericsson Image Editor
    bmp-files
    games : jar, jad, mpn

    I've not been tried others yet
    anyone knows other filetypes working ?
    if the filetype will not work on the t610 it will be rejected and transport
    will abort

    Nick

    > If this possible? Any tips - or places to get software from?
    > I had a look at myt610.com but couldn't find anything.
    >
    > Thanks
    > Alessandro






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