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  1. #1
    JD
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    I had to switch phones due to the AT&T and Cingular "merger". i love
    my nokia 6820 so much..i hate to part w/ it.

    Is it possible to transfer some ringtones from the Nokia 6820 to a
    different phone? some of the ringtones i have on there i cannot part
    with and i would love to transfer it to my new phone.

    or does anyone have the Caprice ringtone? I LOVE ThiS TONE!! i don't
    want to give it up!

    any help is appreciated!

    thanks,
    JD




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  2. #2
    MAG
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    Re: transferring ringtone off 6820

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] says...
    > I had to switch phones due to the AT&T and Cingular "merger". i love
    > my nokia 6820 so much..i hate to part w/ it.
    >
    > Is it possible to transfer some ringtones from the Nokia 6820 to a
    > different phone? some of the ringtones i have on there i cannot part
    > with and i would love to transfer it to my new phone.
    >
    > or does anyone have the Caprice ringtone? I LOVE ThiS TONE!! i don't
    > want to give it up!
    >
    > any help is appreciated!
    >
    > thanks,
    > JD


    JD-

    Why are you changing phones away from the 6820? I have one too, and I'm
    on the ATT/Cingular network, and have been assured that the phone is
    supported on the merged network. In fact when I bought it last fall,
    good access to the merged network was one of the deciding factors in
    picking the phone.

    I travel a lot; the phone works great everywhere now, definitely better
    than on the ATT network pre-merger.

    They'll take my 6820 when they pry it out of my cold dead fingers... or
    when a better phone comes along :-)

    Marc



  3. #3
    Mike Bradley
    Guest

    Re: transferring ringtone off 6820

    "JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I had to switch phones due to the AT&T and Cingular "merger". i love
    > my nokia 6820 so much..i hate to part w/ it.
    >
    > Is it possible to transfer some ringtones from the Nokia 6820 to a
    > different phone? some of the ringtones i have on there i cannot part
    > with and i would love to transfer it to my new phone.


    You can do this with LogoManager Pro Suite - take a look at:

    http://www.logomanager.co.uk/php/pro...ction=handsets

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  4. #4
    JD
    Guest

    Re: transferring ringtone off 6820

    Hey Marc.

    to be on a cingular plan, i had to "upgrade" my phone. they told me a
    cingular SIm wouldn't work in an AT&T phone. i had to change my plan
    to add my father and brother to my family plan. (FYI...you can't do a
    family plan w/ different area codes...no matter what the *#$&%# sales
    people tell you. LIARS.) i miss the 6820. i had to fight and scream
    about parting with it. i still have it....i dont want to give it up.
    but i can't use it w/ a cingular sim card.

    the blackberry i got is really cool. but i still miss the simplicity
    of my 6820...sigh.

    beware of the salespeople/customer service people on the phones at
    cingular. they suck ass. i would never ever ever ever recommend
    dealing w/ the people on the phone. go to the store if you can....and
    talk to a manager. everyone else that works for the company is out
    there to screw you. that has to be the motto of the cingular/at&t
    merger. 'screw as many customers as you can and make sure you point
    the finger at someone else".

    i miss AT&T wireless.




  5. #5
    MAG
    Guest

    Re: transferring ringtone off 6820

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] says...
    > Hey Marc.
    >
    > to be on a cingular plan, i had to "upgrade" my phone. they told me a
    > cingular SIm wouldn't work in an AT&T phone. i had to change my plan
    > to add my father and brother to my family plan. (FYI...you can't do a
    > family plan w/ different area codes...no matter what the *#$&%# sales
    > people tell you. LIARS.) i miss the 6820. i had to fight and scream
    > about parting with it. i still have it....i dont want to give it up.
    > but i can't use it w/ a cingular sim card.
    >
    > the blackberry i got is really cool. but i still miss the simplicity
    > of my 6820...sigh.
    >
    > beware of the salespeople/customer service people on the phones at
    > cingular. they suck ass. i would never ever ever ever recommend
    > dealing w/ the people on the phone. go to the store if you can....and
    > talk to a manager. everyone else that works for the company is out
    > there to screw you. that has to be the motto of the cingular/at&t
    > merger. 'screw as many customers as you can and make sure you point
    > the finger at someone else".
    >
    > i miss AT&T wireless.


    Hi JD-

    Sorry to hear your tale of woe. Fortunately I'm not in need of the
    family plan option, as my phone is sponsored by work and separate from
    my wife's phone.

    Interesting note about the SIM incompatibility. About a month after the
    merger, I had to get a new SIM because mine developed a problem
    (actually, I got a new 6820 and a new SIM, but the real problem turned
    out to be the SIM--long story). It was Cingular by then, but the SIM
    worked.

    Being on a corporate account, I might be getting better service than
    people that are on individual accounts. I've been quite pleased with
    the new service. Much better coverage, and the few times I've called
    customer tech support my concerns were dealt with quickly and
    efficiently. My only gripe so far was a dispute about the rebate on the
    phone. It was rejected for no good reason; but a call to the rebate
    center and a stern letter cleared it up.

    Can you get the phone unlocked somehow?

    Marc



  6. #6
    JD
    Guest

    Re: transferring ringtone off 6820

    i was hoping i could get the phone unlocked. i didn't want to try it
    until i was sure i could do it. sigh. i miss my 6820. hehehe

    i heard that cingular really kisses corporate account asses. my mom
    has a business and i told her we shoudl have opened up a corp. account.
    but it's too late for now. we can see how it goes. maybe cingular
    will work out all the problems and be what AT&T used to be. i'm hoping.




  7. #7
    Rick
    Guest

    Re: transferring ringtone off 6820


    "JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I had to switch phones due to the AT&T and Cingular "merger". i love
    > my nokia 6820 so much..i hate to part w/ it.
    >
    > Is it possible to transfer some ringtones from the Nokia 6820 to a
    > different phone? some of the ringtones i have on there i cannot part
    > with and i would love to transfer it to my new phone.
    >
    > or does anyone have the Caprice ringtone? I LOVE ThiS TONE!! i don't
    > want to give it up!
    >
    > any help is appreciated!
    >
    > thanks,
    > JD
    >


    All I do is send them via Bluetooth to the PC then send them back if I want
    to use them again.

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