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  1. #1
    Mac Breck
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    "JDBraun via CellPhoneKB.com" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > John,
    >
    > I'm not sure about the transflash card (my phone is a v265
    > so it doesn't have one), but using Verizon, you can transfer
    > midi/mp3/wav files (labeled as .mid) and images (for sure
    > .jpg, possibly others) by emailing them to
    > <your_phone_number>@vzwpix.com. You may have to go
    > to the website (vzwpix.com) and register before it will work.
    > Please note that sending messages to this address will
    > incur 25 cent charges. So far as I've seen, there's no other
    > way to transfer these files .....


    What are YOU using to view the message?
    My "Message Center" (the Envelope symbol on my Verizon
    V265 desktop) Inbox just lists the following:

    "From <my phone number>
    You've got a PIX or
    FLIX message! To
    see it visit
    www.vzwpix.com
    from an internet
    accessible computer
    and follow the
    instructions."

    There is NO ATTACHMENT visible on the V265, which is where I need it.

    ***How are YOU accessing the attached ringtone from your V265?***


    I even tried going the way of the Get It Now "Email Executive" thinking
    that I may need an Email Client on the phone to access attachments, but
    all that does is access other existing email accounts (Well, sort of, as
    I've been unable to get it to logon to my Yahoo account. Haven't tried
    my other ISP account yet.)

    Maybe the way is to go in via the phone's web access (which I hadn't
    wanted to bother with, since web over the phone is slow and laughable on
    the miniscule phone screen)?

    Man, getting ringtones into this phone is a first class pain in the a**!

    --
    Mac Breck (KoshN)
    -------------------------------
    "Babylon 5: Crusade" (1999)
    Galen: "There is always hope, only because it's the one thing that no
    one has figured out how to kill yet."
    (Galen's obviously never met Warner Brothers, TNT-Atlanta or Sci-Fi.)

    "Brimstone" (1998)
    [Stone lights a candle for the dead in a Catholic church]
    Gina: Who's that for?
    Ezekiel Stone: Me.









    See More: Files from internet to phone?




  2. #2
    Mac Breck
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    Re: Files from internet to phone?

    "Mac Breck" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "JDBraun via CellPhoneKB.com" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > John,
    > >
    > > I'm not sure about the transflash card (my phone is a v265
    > > so it doesn't have one), but using Verizon, you can transfer
    > > midi/mp3/wav files (labeled as .mid) and images (for sure
    > > .jpg, possibly others) by emailing them to
    > > <your_phone_number>@vzwpix.com. You may have to go
    > > to the website (vzwpix.com) and register before it will work.
    > > Please note that sending messages to this address will
    > > incur 25 cent charges. So far as I've seen, there's no other
    > > way to transfer these files .....

    >
    > What are YOU using to view the message?
    > My "Message Center" (the Envelope symbol on my Verizon
    > V265 desktop) Inbox just lists the following:
    >
    > "From <my phone number>
    > You've got a PIX or
    > FLIX message! To
    > see it visit
    > www.vzwpix.com
    > from an internet
    > accessible computer
    > and follow the
    > instructions."
    >
    > There is NO ATTACHMENT visible on the V265, which is where I need it.
    >
    > ***How are YOU accessing the attached ringtone from your V265?***
    >
    >
    > I even tried going the way of the Get It Now "Email Executive"

    thinking
    > that I may need an Email Client on the phone to access attachments,

    but
    > all that does is access other existing email accounts (Well, sort of,

    as
    > I've been unable to get it to logon to my Yahoo account. Haven't

    tried
    > my other ISP account yet.)
    >
    > Maybe the way is to go in via the phone's web access (which I hadn't
    > wanted to bother with, since web over the phone is slow and laughable

    on
    > the miniscule phone screen)?


    Well? <knock, knock> Is there anybody out there? Is there anyone at
    home?

    --
    Mac Breck (KoshN)
    -------------------------------
    "Babylon 5: Crusade" (1999)
    Galen: "There is always hope, only because it's the one thing that no
    one has figured out how to kill yet."
    (Galen's obviously never met Warner Brothers, TNT-Atlanta or Sci-Fi.)

    "Brimstone" (1998)
    [Stone lights a candle for the dead in a Catholic church]
    Gina: Who's that for?
    Ezekiel Stone: Me.





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