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  1. #1
    Dan
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    I have a Sanyo 8100. Is it possible to upload a new ringtone from my PC to
    the phone. If so, what cables/software will I need?





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  2. #2
    Maciej
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    Re: uploading a ringer to a phone from PC

    Did you try http://myPhoneFiles.com ? You don't use a cable or anything
    like that but you can download tons of different ringers to the phone.
    Pictures too. If you have some personal pictures you can use the private
    upload tool (in your private account) to send it to your phone so nobody
    can see it. It's free too.

    There is also cool software to make ringers out of audio CDs and MP3 files
    in there to.

    > I have a Sanyo 8100. Is it possible to upload a new ringtone from my
    > PC to the phone. If so, what cables/software will I need?
    >
    >
    >





  3. #3
    Dan
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    Re: uploading a ringer to a phone from PC

    I've been to that site, and it never seems to work. But anyway, I have some
    ringtones on my PC I'd like to transfer to my phone and want to know if it's
    possible.

    "Maciej" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Did you try http://myPhoneFiles.com ? You don't use a cable or anything
    > like that but you can download tons of different ringers to the phone.
    > Pictures too. If you have some personal pictures you can use the private
    > upload tool (in your private account) to send it to your phone so nobody
    > can see it. It's free too.
    >
    > There is also cool software to make ringers out of audio CDs and MP3 files
    > in there to.
    >
    > > I have a Sanyo 8100. Is it possible to upload a new ringtone from my
    > > PC to the phone. If so, what cables/software will I need?
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >






  4. #4
    Chuck Palm
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    Re: uploading a ringer to a phone from PC

    Site ALWAYS works for me

    One Of the BEST Available

    { Chuck Palm }

    Dan wrote:
    > I've been to that site, and it never seems to work. But anyway, I have some
    > ringtones on my PC I'd like to transfer to my phone and want to know if it's
    > possible.
    >
    > "Maciej" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Did you try http://myPhoneFiles.com ? You don't use a cable or anything
    >>like that but you can download tons of different ringers to the phone.
    >>Pictures too. If you have some personal pictures you can use the private
    >>upload tool (in your private account) to send it to your phone so nobody
    >>can see it. It's free too.
    >>
    >>There is also cool software to make ringers out of audio CDs and MP3 files
    >>in there to.
    >>
    >>
    >>>I have a Sanyo 8100. Is it possible to upload a new ringtone from my
    >>>PC to the phone. If so, what cables/software will I need?
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >>

    >
    >




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  5. #5
    Bob Smith
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    Re: uploading a ringer to a phone from PC


    "Dan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I have a Sanyo 8100. Is it possible to upload a new ringtone from my PC

    to
    > the phone. If so, what cables/software will I need?
    >
    >


    Before going through the expense, you might try these sites first -
    http://www.3gupload.com
    http://www.matrixm.com
    http://www.xingtones.com
    http://www.myphonefiles.com

    If you still want to just do a direct connect to your phone, SnapMedia is
    one product you might want to look at - http://futuredial.com/FD_flash.htm .
    You will need to buy an USB cable as well, which they sell.

    Bob





  6. #6
    Dan
    Guest

    Re: uploading a ringer to a phone from PC

    Thanks Bob, that was the info I was hoping for.

    > If you still want to just do a direct connect to your phone, SnapMedia is
    > one product you might want to look at - http://futuredial.com/FD_flash.htm

    ..
    > You will need to buy an USB cable as well, which they sell.
    >
    > Bob
    >
    >






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