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  1. #1
    Stephen Gray
    Guest
    Hello.

    I've just got a T610 here in the UK and have a couple of questions :-

    1.) How do I upload ringtones and java games to my mobile once I have
    downloaded them from a T610 website ?

    2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there any
    way around this ?

    Regards

    SPG





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  2. #2
    Thomas Wittek
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions

    > 1.) How do I upload ringtones and java games to my mobile once I have
    > downloaded them from a T610 website ?


    You will need a Datacable, IRDA Port or Bluetooth on your PC. Then you can
    transfer the stuff via Cable/IRDA/Bluetooth and eventually an Application of
    your choice (e.g. Floats Mobil Agent http://eflame.com/fma/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/fma/) or with your System Tools (Bluetooth
    Software/Windows Explorer Integration) to your mobile phone.

    > 2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there any
    > way around this ?


    dunno
    You might copy it to your PC and edit it in a sound editor...

    > Regards
    >
    > SPG

    Greets
    -Thomas




  3. #3
    Stephen Gray
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions

    Hello.

    Sorry for being thick here but how do I transfer the data via say the IRDA
    port on my portable ? I've installed the sync software but that is just for
    addresses etc.

    SPG

    "Thomas Wittek" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > 1.) How do I upload ringtones and java games to my mobile once I have
    > > downloaded them from a T610 website ?

    >
    > You will need a Datacable, IRDA Port or Bluetooth on your PC. Then you can
    > transfer the stuff via Cable/IRDA/Bluetooth and eventually an Application

    of
    > your choice (e.g. Floats Mobil Agent http://eflame.com/fma/
    > https://sourceforge.net/projects/fma/) or with your System Tools

    (Bluetooth
    > Software/Windows Explorer Integration) to your mobile phone.
    >
    > > 2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there

    any
    > > way around this ?

    >
    > dunno
    > You might copy it to your PC and edit it in a sound editor...
    >
    > > Regards
    > >
    > > SPG

    > Greets
    > -Thomas
    >






  4. #4
    Lenny
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions


    > 1.) How do I upload ringtones and java games to my mobile once I have
    > downloaded them from a T610 website ?


    Let's assume you get a bluetooth dongle for your PC. This would seem to be
    the most logical choice, since the data cable won't let you copy pictures to
    your computer for some bizarre reason (or that's what they said in the store
    where I bought my cell anyway).

    You install the dongle according to the instructions, I got the Bluetake
    Poke2 BT009 dongle, which small and looks cool in an extruded aluminium
    cover, and works fine for me. It was cheap too. Activate bluetooth in your
    cell, optionally re-name it to whatever you like, and set it to search for
    other bluetooth devices. It should find your PC if it is in range. Enter a
    pairing key code (could be anything, but should best be something easy to
    remember), then enter the same key code on the PC in the window that should
    have appeared there. Congratulations, you have now paired the cell and your
    PC!

    To copy stuff to your cell, now all you gotta do is browse to the catalog
    where you saved the java programs or ringtones. Right-click the file and
    choose the "Send to" sub-menu, then bluetooth, then your cell. The cell
    should receive the file and place it in the right folder automatically,
    ready for you to use.

    > 2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there any
    > way around this ?


    Umm, talk louder into the cell's microphone? (Or at least move it closer
    to the sound source.)





  5. #5

    Re: T610 questions

    "Stephen Gray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hello.
    >
    > Sorry for being thick here but how do I transfer the data via say the IRDA
    > port on my portable ? I've installed the sync software but that is just

    for
    > addresses etc.
    >
    > SPG


    Assuming you are using standard Windows IR:

    Right-click the file in question, then Send to>Infrared Recipient...

    Hope this helps,

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    Antz,
    Part of the UKtm family.


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  6. #6
    Mike Hudson
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions


    "Stephen Gray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hello.
    >
    > Sorry for being thick here but how do I transfer the data via say the IRDA
    > port on my portable ? I've installed the sync software but that is just

    for
    > addresses etc.
    >
    > SPG
    >
    > "Thomas Wittek" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > > 1.) How do I upload ringtones and java games to my mobile once I have
    > > > downloaded them from a T610 website ?

    > >
    > > You will need a Datacable, IRDA Port or Bluetooth on your PC. Then you

    can
    > > transfer the stuff via Cable/IRDA/Bluetooth and eventually an

    Application
    > of
    > > your choice (e.g. Floats Mobil Agent http://eflame.com/fma/
    > > https://sourceforge.net/projects/fma/) or with your System Tools

    > (Bluetooth
    > > Software/Windows Explorer Integration) to your mobile phone.
    > >
    > > > 2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there

    > any
    > > > way around this ?

    > >
    > > dunno
    > > You might copy it to your PC and edit it in a sound editor...
    > >
    > > > Regards
    > > >
    > > > SPG

    > > Greets
    > > -Thomas
    > >

    >
    >

    AAA) Stop top posting... please

    BBB) when you activate the Ir on the phone and point it at the Laptop or IR
    adapter, it should see it and you get a new icon on the desk top for
    transfere files to IR devoce (orsimilar) the just Drag and Drop.

    CCC) asking a question you dont know the answer to dosent make you thick...
    Everyone starts somewhere..... try searching google for answers, and try
    http://www.myt610.net/

    for bits and bobs
    M





  7. #7
    Stephen Gray
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions


    "Stephen Gray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hello.
    >
    > I've just got a T610 here in the UK and have a couple of questions :-
    >
    > 1.) How do I upload ringtones and java games to my mobile once I have
    > downloaded them from a T610 website ?
    >
    > 2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there any
    > way around this ?
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > SPG
    >
    >


    Thanks all for your replies.

    SPG





  8. #8
    dan
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions

    > > 2.) When recording your own sounds, the volume is very low. Is there any
    > > way around this ?

    I beleive this is due to a bug in the firmware which replays
    recordings at the sound level for you to listening to the mobile with
    it directly at your ear, rather than outputting it through the phone's
    loud speaker. I'm told this is fixed in the new firmware version R3C.

    You can get your phone upgraded at a Sony Ericsson service centre.

    Regards,

    Dan



  9. #9
    hg
    Guest

    Re: T610 questions

    snip
    > You can get your phone upgraded at a Sony Ericsson service centre.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Dan


    Where can I find the nearest service centre to me? My T300's got a slight
    problem with it's volume slider that I need to get looked at. Before I sell
    it LOL





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