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  1. #1
    sbf
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    I don't know if its possible,

    but how about a MIDI tone volume editor for the phone written in java? or
    mophun?

    Can any one do this? itd b great, brcause then u could makesome of those
    quiet MIDI ringtones audible!


    Scott- ps ,anyone who is a cock please do not answer, no sarcy answers,
    thankyou!





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  2. #2
    -Brad-
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    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP

    Just use a midi editor to increase the volume in the midi before sending
    them to the phone.
    Ive done that and it works great.

    "sbf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]net...
    I don't know if its possible,

    but how about a MIDI tone volume editor for the phone written in java? or
    mophun?

    Can any one do this? itd b great, brcause then u could makesome of those
    quiet MIDI ringtones audible!


    Scott- ps ,anyone who is a cock please do not answer, no sarcy answers,
    thankyou!






  3. #3
    Carl.
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP

    "sbf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I don't know if its possible,
    >
    > but how about a MIDI tone volume editor for the phone written in java? or
    > mophun?
    >
    > Can any one do this? itd b great, brcause then u could makesome of those
    > quiet MIDI ringtones audible!
    >
    >
    > Scott- ps ,anyone who is a cock please do not answer, no sarcy answers,
    > thankyou!


    FYI, if you invest $30 (or a little less if you are lucky) in an IR adapter
    for your PC, you can access a virtually unlimited supply of MIDI files on
    the web to use for ringers, and set them to full volume with the trial
    version of Anvil Studio. You can also cut and edit any part of the song you
    want for ideal ringer efficiency. You can also backup your phone numbers
    and make your own background pictures.


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  4. #4
    ZB
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    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP

    Carl. wrote:
    > "sbf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I don't know if its possible,
    >>
    >> but how about a MIDI tone volume editor for the phone written in
    >> java? or mophun?
    >>
    >> Can any one do this? itd b great, brcause then u could makesome of
    >> those quiet MIDI ringtones audible!
    >>
    >>
    >> Scott- ps ,anyone who is a cock please do not answer, no sarcy
    >> answers, thankyou!

    >
    > FYI, if you invest $30 (or a little less if you are lucky) in an IR
    > adapter for your PC, you can access a virtually unlimited supply of
    > MIDI files on the web to use for ringers, and set them to full volume
    > with the trial version of Anvil Studio. You can also cut and edit
    > any part of the song you want for ideal ringer efficiency. You can
    > also backup your phone numbers and make your own background pictures.


    Ive found that the volume is set to max on quite a few midi tones when
    opened in Anvil Studio, even though when on the phone they are quiet.





  5. #5
    Lenny
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    > FYI, if you invest $30 (or a little less if you are lucky) in an IR

    adapter
    > for your PC


    FYI, if you invest $35 or so in a bluetooth adapter instead, you can do the
    same things as with the IR adapter and you won't need line of sight between
    the phone and computer. In my small apartement I can keep the phone in my
    jacket pocket and up/download stuff via BT, extremely convenient...





  6. #6
    Dan Altemyr
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    "Lenny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > > FYI, if you invest $30 (or a little less if you are lucky) in an IR

    > adapter
    > > for your PC

    >
    > FYI, if you invest $35 or so in a bluetooth adapter instead, you can do

    the
    > same things as with the IR adapter and you won't need line of sight

    between
    > the phone and computer. In my small apartement I can keep the phone in my
    > jacket pocket and up/download stuff via BT, extremely convenient...


    Honsetly, do you really do it that way? Having bluetooth on all the time is
    very power consuming, and requires recharge of the battery very often, at
    least that is what I have heard.


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  7. #7
    Steve Dulieu
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    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    "Dan Altemyr" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Lenny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > > FYI, if you invest $30 (or a little less if you are lucky) in an IR

    > > adapter
    > > > for your PC

    > >
    > > FYI, if you invest $35 or so in a bluetooth adapter instead, you can do

    > the
    > > same things as with the IR adapter and you won't need line of sight

    > between
    > > the phone and computer. In my small apartement I can keep the phone in

    my
    > > jacket pocket and up/download stuff via BT, extremely convenient...

    >
    > Honsetly, do you really do it that way? Having bluetooth on all the time

    is
    > very power consuming, and requires recharge of the battery very often, at
    > least that is what I have heard.
    >
    >

    Early bluetooth implemetations were very power consuming (I had a T39 where
    switching on BT would reduce battery life by two thirds) however later
    implementations are much better. On my T610 I get 6 to 7 days with BT off or
    5 to 6 days with BT on.
    --
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    If The Good Lord had meant for us to be fiscally prudent, He would not have
    given us the platinum credit card...
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  8. #8
    Lenny
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    > Honsetly, do you really do it that way? Having bluetooth on all the time

    is
    > very power consuming, and requires recharge of the battery very often, at
    > least that is what I have heard.


    Hehe, maybe you should listen less to anecdotal information then? Yes, BT
    reduces battery life some, but not horrendously so on my T610. The battery
    life isn't all that great ANYWAY, I still have to charge the phone at least
    once a week.

    Since I have a bluetooth headset and a dongle for my computer to transfer
    pictures off of it, it would be an incredible hassle to flip through all
    those menus time and again to turn bluetooth on and off. I set it to on when
    I got the dongle and now I leave it like that; works just fine that way.





  9. #9
    Carl.
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP

    "Lenny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > > FYI, if you invest $30 (or a little less if you are lucky) in an IR

    > adapter
    > > for your PC

    >
    > FYI, if you invest $35 or so in a bluetooth adapter instead, you can do

    the
    > same things as with the IR adapter and you won't need line of sight

    between
    > the phone and computer. In my small apartement I can keep the phone in my
    > jacket pocket and up/download stuff via BT, extremely convenient...
    >
    >


    Yeah, that's a better buy, but I actually have the t300 so IR was my first
    thought.


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  10. #10
    Lenny
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    > but I actually have the t300 so IR was my first thought.


    Ah right, it doesn't have bluetooth? Yes, in that case IR is a better
    option.

    LOL, my bad!





  11. #11
    Rachael of Nex, the Wiccan Rat
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    "Steve Dulieu" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]

    > >
    > >

    > Early bluetooth implemetations were very power consuming (I had a T39

    where
    > switching on BT would reduce battery life by two thirds) however later
    > implementations are much better. On my T610 I get 6 to 7 days with BT off

    or
    > 5 to 6 days with BT on.


    *Really* ? My T610 gives me a day with BT on, with making a few calls, and a
    few texts, if I'm lucky !

    Is my battery up the shoot do you think ?



    Rachael






  12. #12
    Lenny
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    > *Really* ? My T610 gives me a day with BT on, with making a few calls, and

    a
    > few texts, if I'm lucky !


    I had that problem with my first T610, it drained battery like mad. I turned
    it in, they fixed it, I got it back, problem solved.

    Don't know if it was a hardware problem or a firmware issue, but now I get
    decent, if not fantastic battery life out of it.





  13. #13
    Rachael of Nex, the Wiccan Rat
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    "Lenny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > > *Really* ? My T610 gives me a day with BT on, with making a few calls,

    and
    > a
    > > few texts, if I'm lucky !

    >
    > I had that problem with my first T610, it drained battery like mad. I

    turned
    > it in, they fixed it, I got it back, problem solved.
    >
    > Don't know if it was a hardware problem or a firmware issue, but now I get
    > decent, if not fantastic battery life out of it.
    >

    I got mine through o2 online so - I guess sending it back to them is going
    to leave me without a phone for ages. :-(

    I got latest firmware - will an SE service centre have a look at it for me ?
    It's under warranty so, theoretically they should. I'd get it back quicker
    from them !


    Rachael





  14. #14
    Lenny
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP


    > I got latest firmware - will an SE service centre have a look at it for me

    ?
    > It's under warranty so, theoretically they should. I'd get it back quicker
    > from them !


    I couldn't tell you for sure, LOL! I do know though that I get like 5 or so
    days of standby with some calling/photoing out of the thing on a full charge
    WITH bluetooth enabled constantly.

    What you're getting definitely is not normal behavior. Bite the bullet, turn
    it in for repair... I guess you could ask the service center if they'd take
    your phone, and if they don't I guess you need to send it in to your
    network/service provider/whatever.

    Good luck to you.





  15. #15
    Moody Marco
    Guest

    Re: IDEA FOR T610 APP

    sbf wrote:
    > I don't know if its possible,
    >
    > but how about a MIDI tone volume editor for the phone written in
    > java? or mophun?
    >
    > Can any one do this? itd b great, brcause then u could makesome of
    > those quiet MIDI ringtones audible!



    Yeah, like that's *really* good idea, mate.





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