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  1. #1
    Carsten Ulinski
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    hello,

    i know. it is very old stuff, but i'm looking for this old monophone
    ringtone. my old cellphone was crashed by a car. i'm lucky because i've all
    data on my computer AND i've an other 8310 :-D is there a possiblity to
    import the old ringtone and/or the logo from the old one?

    thanks for alle suggestions
    carsten
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  2. #2
    Neil Monk
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    Re: ringtone impossile mission for 8310

    "Carsten Ulinski" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > hello,
    >
    > i know. it is very old stuff, but i'm looking for this old monophone
    > ringtone. my old cellphone was crashed by a car. i'm lucky because i've
    > all
    > data on my computer AND i've an other 8310 :-D is there a possiblity to
    > import the old ringtone and/or the logo from the old one?
    >
    > thanks for alle suggestions


    This is taken from Duncan Clarke's (an old regular of this group from many
    years ago!) website at www.overtonez.co.uk

    Optimised RTTTL Format (94 notes):
    mi2:d=16,o=5,b=112:8d#.,8d#.,8d#.,8d#.,8f#,g#,f#,8d
    #.,8d#.,8d#.,8d#,d#,8c#,8d,8d#.,8d#.,8d#.,8d#.,8f#,
    g#,f#,8d#.,8d#.,8d#.,8d#,d#,8c#,8d,8d#,p,8d#,p,8d#,
    p,8d#,p,f#,p,g#,p,8d#,p,8d#,p,8d#,p,8d#,p,c#,p,d,p,
    d#,p,c#,d#,p,c#,d#,p,c#,d#,p,f#,p,g#,f#,d#,p,c#,d#,
    p,c#,d#,p,c#,d#,p,8c#,8d,a#,g,2d#,32p,a#,g,2d,32p,a
    #,g,2c#,p,a#,c

    Nokia Composer Format (Tempo = 112):
    Too many notes (94). Composer can only handle 50.
    8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#f1 16#g1 16#f1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d1 16#d1 8#c1
    8d1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#f1 16#g1 16#f1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d.1 8#d1 16#d1
    8#c1 8d1 8#d1 16- 8#d1 16- 8#d1 16- 8#d1 16- 16#f1 16- 16#g1 16- 8#d1 16-
    8#d1 16- 8#d1 16- 8#d1 16- 16#c1 16-

    Keypress Format (Brackets mean hold key until dot appears):
    (2)8# (2)# (2)# (2)# 4# 58# 4# (2)9# (2)# (2)# 2# 28# 19# 2 (2)# (2)# (2)#
    (2)# 4# 58# 4# (2)9# (2)# (2)# 2# 28# 19# 2 2# 08 2# 08 2# 08 2# 08 48# 0 5#
    0 29# 08 2# 08 2# 08 2# 08 18# 0


    Hope this helps!
    --
    Neil





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