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  1. #1
    J
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    It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)

    They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp



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  2. #2
    theOne
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    J wrote:
    > It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    >
    > They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp


    doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    agree...

    anyways, just ramblin ....here is a link to to get the job done for you...
    http://www.t1mmy.net/phone/phone.html



  3. #3
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable


    "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > J wrote:
    > > It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    > >
    > > They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp

    >
    > doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    > whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    > debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    > far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    > agree...


    Endure in 3 months? Just what makes you think SPCS would support *anything*
    to load up to your phone?

    Bob





  4. #4
    theOne
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    Bob Smith wrote:
    > "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>J wrote:
    >>
    >>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    >>>
    >>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp

    >>
    >>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    >>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    >>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    >>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    >>agree...

    >
    >
    > Endure in 3 months? Just what makes you think SPCS would support *anything*
    > to load up to your phone?
    >
    > Bob
    >
    >

    The key word is should Bob, not would.I know they are capitalist pigs
    that want to drain every buck out for a fee for just about anything. For
    example, what's up with charging you roaming even if you are on a
    nationwide plan but you phone picks up a different tower because there
    sprint's coverage sucks.. T-Mobile never charged me for that sort of
    think. I would rather just have a mediocre plan that is inclusive.
    Sprint looked like a good deal to me when i signed up.. $45 area wide
    with $20 add a phone. Needless to say there has been consecutive screw
    ups on there part this month for charging me for my PCS to PCS (which by
    the way costs $5 with one year sign up)... on top of all the misc.
    charges if you want to do anything with your phone... i think they are
    insane and will switch when my 1 year (thank god) is up...

    About the uploading, I think they people should at least be able to do
    the same things via data cable that PCS vision offers....It's is
    hardware capable... don't they have enough of my money already Bob? If I
    can upload and dowload pictures and ringtones, then why not .qcp or
    games? $5.99 for a game that expires in 30 days... They have to be out
    of their freaking minds!!!


    Rambling on..............



  5. #5
    Michael Arends
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    theOne wrote:
    >
    > J wrote:
    > > It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    > >
    > > They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp

    >
    > doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    > whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    > debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    > far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    > agree...
    >
    > anyways, just ramblin ....here is a link to to get the job done for you...
    > http://www.t1mmy.net/phone/phone.html


    while I am at work, I can't list them here, But I've found several other
    sites that will let you upload .qcp files.
    FWIW .qcp files sounds like ****. This is on a Sanyo 8200 which IS
    supposed to be able to play them.



  6. #6
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable


    "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Bob Smith wrote:
    > > "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > >>J wrote:
    > >>
    > >>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    > >>>
    > >>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp
    > >>
    > >>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    > >>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    > >>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    > >>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    > >>agree...

    > >
    > >
    > > Endure in 3 months? Just what makes you think SPCS would support

    *anything*
    > > to load up to your phone?
    > >
    > > Bob
    > >
    > >

    > The key word is should Bob, not would.I know they are capitalist pigs
    > that want to drain every buck out for a fee for just about anything.


    Capitalist pigs? It's a friggin' cellular phone company for cryin' out loud.
    They are in the business to provide a service and make money, like all
    businesses do. As for your usage of the phrase "Capitalist Pig", what
    meaning does that have for you? Tell me you donate all money you earn with
    your occupation. Tell me you are wearing rags, and give all your money and
    time to those who have less than you do.

    You really are one to embellish your posts with words that have no specific
    meaning to the issue at hand ... In your first post, you mention
    *incentive*, then you say *endure* and now say SPCS is a *Capitalist Pig*.
    What's next ... that SPCS will bring on the start of Armeggedon?

    > For
    > example, what's up with charging you roaming even if you are on a
    > nationwide plan but you phone picks up a different tower because there
    > sprint's coverage sucks.. T-Mobile never charged me for that sort of
    > think. I would rather just have a mediocre plan that is inclusive.


    Every carrier offers different options to their services & plans.

    > Sprint looked like a good deal to me when i signed up.. $45 area wide
    > with $20 add a phone. Needless to say there has been consecutive screw
    > ups on there part this month for charging me for my PCS to PCS (which by
    > the way costs $5 with one year sign up)... on top of all the misc.
    > charges if you want to do anything with your phone... i think they are
    > insane and will switch when my 1 year (thank god) is up...


    Good. If you aren't happy, then do that ...
    >
    > About the uploading, I think they people should at least be able to do
    > the same things via data cable that PCS vision offers....It's is
    > hardware capable... don't they have enough of my money already Bob?


    Everything that is offered through SPCS's site, has been tested, retested
    and retested once again, to make sure those applications, etc, don't
    conflict with the firmware programming on the phone. It's not important what
    you think, it's important to know that what is offered through SPCS, won't
    ruin the phone's first function, and that's to make and receive phone calls.

    Granted, pictures and ringers shouldn't have any effect or conflicts on the
    firmware, but 3rd party applications can. As for pictures and ringers, there
    are numerous other sites one can use to download those to your phone for no
    or a minimal charge or donation.

    > If I
    > can upload and dowload pictures and ringtones, then why not .qcp or
    > games? $5.99 for a game that expires in 30 days... They have to be out
    > of their freaking minds!!!


    If you don't want to pay for them, then don't buy them. By the by, ringers
    and screensavers don't expire on your phone. They only expire in your
    content manager to free up HD space on their servers. As long as you keep
    the screensaver or ringer on the phone, they will work.

    Bob





  7. #7
    theOne
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    Bob Smith wrote:
    > "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Bob Smith wrote:
    >>
    >>>"theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>news:[email protected]
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>J wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    >>>>>
    >>>>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp
    >>>>
    >>>>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    >>>>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    >>>>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    >>>>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    >>>>agree...
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>Endure in 3 months? Just what makes you think SPCS would support

    >
    > *anything*
    >
    >>>to load up to your phone?
    >>>
    >>>Bob
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >>The key word is should Bob, not would.I know they are capitalist pigs
    >>that want to drain every buck out for a fee for just about anything.

    >
    >
    > Capitalist pigs? It's a friggin' cellular phone company for cryin' out loud.
    > They are in the business to provide a service and make money, like all
    > businesses do. As for your usage of the phrase "Capitalist Pig", what
    > meaning does that have for you? Tell me you donate all money you earn with
    > your occupation. Tell me you are wearing rags, and give all your money and
    > time to those who have less than you do.
    >
    > You really are one to embellish your posts with words that have no specific
    > meaning to the issue at hand ... In your first post, you mention
    > *incentive*, then you say *endure* and now say SPCS is a *Capitalist Pig*.
    > What's next ... that SPCS will bring on the start of Armeggedon?
    >


    Where do you see incentive? I never said that, you spending wayyy too
    much time disecting what is perfectly clear. I am simply stating from my
    view point (as many other in this
    group) that Sprint S-U-C-K-S. Can't wait to hear your analytical
    viewpoint on that genius It must keep you very occupied to retort to
    people w/ negative viewpoints toward Sprint.
    >
    >>For
    >>example, what's up with charging you roaming even if you are on a
    >>nationwide plan but you phone picks up a different tower because there
    >>sprint's coverage sucks.. T-Mobile never charged me for that sort of
    >>think. I would rather just have a mediocre plan that is inclusive.

    >
    >
    > Every carrier offers different options to their services & plans.


    Very true, and Sprint's is worse then T-Mobile , that much I know for
    sure. That is a fradulent charge. Nation Wide Coverage should mean
    NATION WIDE COVERAGE, not only on Sprint.
    >
    >
    >>Sprint looked like a good deal to me when i signed up.. $45 area wide
    >>with $20 add a phone. Needless to say there has been consecutive screw
    >>ups on there part this month for charging me for my PCS to PCS (which by
    >>the way costs $5 with one year sign up)... on top of all the misc.
    >>charges if you want to do anything with your phone... i think they are
    >>insane and will switch when my 1 year (thank god) is up...

    >
    >
    > Good. If you aren't happy, then do that ...

    Thanks you, I will. What is this, He said, she said?
    >
    >>About the uploading, I think they people should at least be able to do
    >>the same things via data cable that PCS vision offers....It's is
    >>hardware capable... don't they have enough of my money already Bob?

    >
    >
    > Everything that is offered through SPCS's site, has been tested, retested
    > and retested once again, to make sure those applications, etc, don't
    > conflict with the firmware programming on the phone. It's not important what
    > you think, it's important to know that what is offered through SPCS, won't
    > ruin the phone's first function, and that's to make and receive phone calls.
    >
    > Granted, pictures and ringers shouldn't have any effect or conflicts on the
    > firmware, but 3rd party applications can. As for pictures and ringers, there
    > are numerous other sites one can use to download those to your phone for no
    > or a minimal charge or donation.


    Hmmm.. "Driver" lags like hell on my sanyo 8200.. Might wanna "re-test"
    that. You must work for Sprint huh? Ruin Sprint's firmware huh? I have
    tried to load a ton of games.. The worst thing that has ever happened is
    it would not run the game.
    >
    >>If I
    >>can upload and dowload pictures and ringtones, then why not .qcp or
    >>games? $5.99 for a game that expires in 30 days... They have to be out
    >>of their freaking minds!!!

    >
    >
    > If you don't want to pay for them, then don't buy them. By the by, ringers
    > and screensavers don't expire on your phone. They only expire in your
    > content manager to free up HD space on their servers. As long as you keep
    > the screensaver or ringer on the phone, they will work.
    >
    > Bob

    They makes the games worthy of the huge price tag .....get out... they
    are price gouging! I just feel sorry for my fellow consumers that can't
    figure out how to get their own games


    Talking about games and .qcp not midis or screensavers, and yes games
    expire. I dont think they even offer qcp for dl. Screensavers are really
    silly. Why would I pay for something I can make myself and upload to my
    phone. Just another lame sprint tactic.
    >
    >





  8. #8
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable


    "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Bob Smith wrote:

    <Snipped>

    > >>
    > >>The key word is should Bob, not would.I know they are capitalist pigs
    > >>that want to drain every buck out for a fee for just about anything.

    > >
    > >
    > > Capitalist pigs? It's a friggin' cellular phone company for cryin' out

    loud.
    > > They are in the business to provide a service and make money, like all
    > > businesses do. As for your usage of the phrase "Capitalist Pig", what
    > > meaning does that have for you? Tell me you donate all money you earn

    with
    > > your occupation. Tell me you are wearing rags, and give all your money

    and
    > > time to those who have less than you do.
    > >
    > > You really are one to embellish your posts with words that have no

    specific
    > > meaning to the issue at hand ... In your first post, you mention
    > > *incentive*, then you say *endure* and now say SPCS is a *Capitalist

    Pig*.
    > > What's next ... that SPCS will bring on the start of Armeggedon?
    > >

    >
    > Where do you see incentive? I never said that, you spending wayyy too
    > much time disecting what is perfectly clear.


    Oh Contraire! YOU did say that ... in the Sprint and Plan Renewal thread -
    10/06/04 @ 9:16 PM.

    > I am simply stating from my
    > view point (as many other in this
    > group) that Sprint S-U-C-K-S. Can't wait to hear your analytical
    > viewpoint on that genius It must keep you very occupied to retort to
    > people w/ negative viewpoints toward Sprint.
    > >


    I don't mind negative view points, as long as they are valid points. Your
    points aren't valid, with what you want to do with your phone ... and your
    use of those embellished words

    > >>For
    > >>example, what's up with charging you roaming even if you are on a
    > >>nationwide plan but you phone picks up a different tower because there
    > >>sprint's coverage sucks.. T-Mobile never charged me for that sort of
    > >>think. I would rather just have a mediocre plan that is inclusive.

    > >
    > >
    > > Every carrier offers different options to their services & plans.

    >
    > Very true, and Sprint's is worse then T-Mobile , that much I know for
    > sure. That is a fradulent charge. Nation Wide Coverage should mean
    > NATION WIDE COVERAGE, not only on Sprint.


    When you signed with SPCS, you signed up to make and receive calls from
    their system. Anything off their system is roaming, and they do offering
    options to include those roaming calls. So TMobile offers something
    different, to where they include the roaming option in their plan.

    > >
    > >
    > >>Sprint looked like a good deal to me when i signed up.. $45 area wide
    > >>with $20 add a phone. Needless to say there has been consecutive screw
    > >>ups on there part this month for charging me for my PCS to PCS (which by
    > >>the way costs $5 with one year sign up)... on top of all the misc.
    > >>charges if you want to do anything with your phone... i think they are
    > >>insane and will switch when my 1 year (thank god) is up...


    I should have brought this up before, but if you signed up on an area wide
    coverage, then your argument for nationwide coverage is invalid.

    > >
    > >
    > > Good. If you aren't happy, then do that ...

    > Thanks you, I will. What is this, He said, she said?
    > >
    > >>About the uploading, I think they people should at least be able to do
    > >>the same things via data cable that PCS vision offers....It's is
    > >>hardware capable... don't they have enough of my money already Bob?

    > >
    > >
    > > Everything that is offered through SPCS's site, has been tested,

    retested
    > > and retested once again, to make sure those applications, etc, don't
    > > conflict with the firmware programming on the phone. It's not important

    what
    > > you think, it's important to know that what is offered through SPCS,

    won't
    > > ruin the phone's first function, and that's to make and receive phone

    calls.
    > >
    > > Granted, pictures and ringers shouldn't have any effect or conflicts on

    the
    > > firmware, but 3rd party applications can. As for pictures and ringers,

    there
    > > are numerous other sites one can use to download those to your phone for

    no
    > > or a minimal charge or donation.

    >
    > Hmmm.. "Driver" lags like hell on my sanyo 8200.. Might wanna "re-test"
    > that.


    Did SPCS design and create those drivers you use? Were these drivers from
    Futuredial? Just curious ...

    > You must work for Sprint huh? Ruin Sprint's firmware huh? I have
    > tried to load a ton of games.. The worst thing that has ever happened is
    > it would not run the game.
    > >


    I always know when someone is running out valid complaints when they start
    accusing folks of working with or for SPCS. No, I don't work for any
    telecommunications company

    So, is that SPCS's fault, that the games were not designed correctly for
    their phones. The games offered through SPCS have been checked so that they
    do work on their phones.

    > >>If I
    > >>can upload and dowload pictures and ringtones, then why not .qcp or
    > >>games? $5.99 for a game that expires in 30 days... They have to be out
    > >>of their freaking minds!!!

    > >
    > >
    > > If you don't want to pay for them, then don't buy them. By the by,

    ringers
    > > and screensavers don't expire on your phone. They only expire in your
    > > content manager to free up HD space on their servers. As long as you

    keep
    > > the screensaver or ringer on the phone, they will work.
    > >
    > > Bob

    > They makes the games worthy of the huge price tag .....get out... they
    > are price gouging! I just feel sorry for my fellow consumers that can't
    > figure out how to get their own games
    >
    >
    > Talking about games and .qcp not midis or screensavers, and yes games
    > expire. I dont think they even offer qcp for dl. Screensavers are really
    > silly. Why would I pay for something I can make myself and upload to my
    > phone. Just another lame sprint tactic.
    > >


    I don't have any games on my phone, save for Reversi, which came with the
    phone. I do remember though, from someone else's post here months ago, that
    if one puts their phone into "Airplane Mode", those games that were
    downloaded to the phone and have expiration dates, will be able to be
    played. I haven't tried it, but if you do have some expired games, ones you
    got from SPCS, see if those work for you.

    Bob





  9. #9
    theOne
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    Michael Arends wrote:
    > theOne wrote:
    >
    >>J wrote:
    >>
    >>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    >>>
    >>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp

    >>
    >>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    >>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    >>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    >>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    >>agree...
    >>
    >>anyways, just ramblin ....here is a link to to get the job done for you...
    >>http://www.t1mmy.net/phone/phone.html

    >
    >
    > while I am at work, I can't list them here, But I've found several other
    > sites that will let you upload .qcp files.
    > FWIW .qcp files sounds like ****. This is on a Sanyo 8200 which IS
    > supposed to be able to play them.



    I know, they do sound like **** dont they? wish the sanyo 8200 could
    handle mp3s



  10. #10
    Michael L. Arends
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    Smiling Wickedly, theOne answered:

    > Michael Arends wrote:
    >
    >>theOne wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>J wrote:
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    >>>>
    >>>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp
    >>>
    >>>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    >>>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    >>>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    >>>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    >>>agree...
    >>>
    >>>anyways, just ramblin ....here is a link to to get the job done for you...
    >>>http://www.t1mmy.net/phone/phone.html

    >>
    >>
    >>while I am at work, I can't list them here, But I've found several other
    >>sites that will let you upload .qcp files.
    >>FWIW .qcp files sounds like ****. This is on a Sanyo 8200 which IS
    >>supposed to be able to play them.

    >
    >
    >
    > I know, they do sound like **** dont they? wish the sanyo 8200 could
    > handle mp3s


    me too., Or some good software to convert them straight across to .mid
    files. I have two that are excellent, and I can't use them. :-(



  11. #11
    Jerry
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    theOne <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Bob Smith wrote:
    > > "theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > >>Bob Smith wrote:
    > >>
    > >>>"theOne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > >>>news:[email protected]
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>>J wrote:
    > >>>>
    > >>>>
    > >>>>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp
    > >>>>
    > >>>>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    > >>>>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    > >>>>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    > >>>>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    > >>>>agree...
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>Endure in 3 months? Just what makes you think SPCS would support

    > >
    > > *anything*
    > >
    > >>>to load up to your phone?
    > >>>
    > >>>Bob
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>
    > >>The key word is should Bob, not would.I know they are capitalist pigs
    > >>that want to drain every buck out for a fee for just about anything.

    > >
    > >
    > > Capitalist pigs? It's a friggin' cellular phone company for cryin' out loud.
    > > They are in the business to provide a service and make money, like all
    > > businesses do. As for your usage of the phrase "Capitalist Pig", what
    > > meaning does that have for you? Tell me you donate all money you earn with
    > > your occupation. Tell me you are wearing rags, and give all your money and
    > > time to those who have less than you do.
    > >
    > > You really are one to embellish your posts with words that have no specific
    > > meaning to the issue at hand ... In your first post, you mention
    > > *incentive*, then you say *endure* and now say SPCS is a *Capitalist Pig*.
    > > What's next ... that SPCS will bring on the start of Armeggedon?
    > >

    >
    > Where do you see incentive? I never said that, you spending wayyy too
    > much time disecting what is perfectly clear. I am simply stating from my
    > view point (as many other in this
    > group) that Sprint S-U-C-K-S. Can't wait to hear your analytical
    > viewpoint on that genius It must keep you very occupied to retort to
    > people w/ negative viewpoints toward Sprint.
    > >
    > >>For
    > >>example, what's up with charging you roaming even if you are on a
    > >>nationwide plan but you phone picks up a different tower because there
    > >>sprint's coverage sucks.. T-Mobile never charged me for that sort of
    > >>think. I would rather just have a mediocre plan that is inclusive.

    > >
    > >
    > > Every carrier offers different options to their services & plans.

    >
    > Very true, and Sprint's is worse then T-Mobile , that much I know for
    > sure. That is a fradulent charge. Nation Wide Coverage should mean
    > NATION WIDE COVERAGE, not only on Sprint.
    > >
    > >
    > >>Sprint looked like a good deal to me when i signed up.. $45 area wide
    > >>with $20 add a phone. Needless to say there has been consecutive screw
    > >>ups on there part this month for charging me for my PCS to PCS (which by
    > >>the way costs $5 with one year sign up)... on top of all the misc.
    > >>charges if you want to do anything with your phone... i think they are
    > >>insane and will switch when my 1 year (thank god) is up...

    > >
    > >
    > > Good. If you aren't happy, then do that ...

    > Thanks you, I will. What is this, He said, she said?
    > >
    > >>About the uploading, I think they people should at least be able to do
    > >>the same things via data cable that PCS vision offers....It's is
    > >>hardware capable... don't they have enough of my money already Bob?

    > >
    > >
    > > Everything that is offered through SPCS's site, has been tested, retested
    > > and retested once again, to make sure those applications, etc, don't
    > > conflict with the firmware programming on the phone. It's not important what
    > > you think, it's important to know that what is offered through SPCS, won't
    > > ruin the phone's first function, and that's to make and receive phone calls.
    > >
    > > Granted, pictures and ringers shouldn't have any effect or conflicts on the
    > > firmware, but 3rd party applications can. As for pictures and ringers, there
    > > are numerous other sites one can use to download those to your phone for no
    > > or a minimal charge or donation.

    >
    > Hmmm.. "Driver" lags like hell on my sanyo 8200.. Might wanna "re-test"
    > that. You must work for Sprint huh? Ruin Sprint's firmware huh? I have
    > tried to load a ton of games.. The worst thing that has ever happened is
    > it would not run the game.
    > >
    > >>If I
    > >>can upload and dowload pictures and ringtones, then why not .qcp or
    > >>games? $5.99 for a game that expires in 30 days... They have to be out
    > >>of their freaking minds!!!

    > >
    > >
    > > If you don't want to pay for them, then don't buy them. By the by, ringers
    > > and screensavers don't expire on your phone. They only expire in your
    > > content manager to free up HD space on their servers. As long as you keep
    > > the screensaver or ringer on the phone, they will work.
    > >
    > > Bob

    > They makes the games worthy of the huge price tag .....get out... they
    > are price gouging! I just feel sorry for my fellow consumers that can't
    > figure out how to get their own games
    >
    >
    > Talking about games and .qcp not midis or screensavers, and yes games
    > expire. I dont think they even offer qcp for dl. Screensavers are really
    > silly. Why would I pay for something I can make myself and upload to my
    > phone. Just another lame sprint tactic.
    > >
    > >

    So far, it's been easy for me to make midi ringtones and load them to
    my Sanyo 8200. You can get the free software from www.bitpim.org and
    use a USB cable and the USB driver from Sanyo. I have not yet been
    able to load any games, even though the phone is supposed to support
    J2ME games, of which I have a bunch. Does anyone know how to load
    java games on to one of these suckers? I am not going to pay for
    download games from Sprint. I don't know about the whole "capitalist
    pig" thing, but I just don't have the extra dough to blow on games,
    especially when so many free games are available. Any info would be
    appreciated!

    Jerad



  12. #12
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable


    "Jerry" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]

    <Snipped>

    > So far, it's been easy for me to make midi ringtones and load them to
    > my Sanyo 8200. You can get the free software from www.bitpim.org and
    > use a USB cable and the USB driver from Sanyo. I have not yet been
    > able to load any games, even though the phone is supposed to support
    > J2ME games, of which I have a bunch. Does anyone know how to load
    > java games on to one of these suckers? I am not going to pay for
    > download games from Sprint. I don't know about the whole "capitalist
    > pig" thing, but I just don't have the extra dough to blow on games,
    > especially when so many free games are available. Any info would be
    > appreciated!
    >
    > Jerad


    In the BitPim forum, the developers have said that they won't support
    syncing games.

    Bob





  13. #13
    theOne
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    Michael L. Arends wrote:
    > Smiling Wickedly, theOne answered:
    >
    >
    >>Michael Arends wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>theOne wrote:
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>J wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    >>>>>
    >>>>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp
    >>>>
    >>>>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    >>>>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    >>>>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    >>>>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    >>>>agree...
    >>>>
    >>>>anyways, just ramblin ....here is a link to to get the job done for you...
    >>>>http://www.t1mmy.net/phone/phone.html
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>while I am at work, I can't list them here, But I've found several other
    >>>sites that will let you upload .qcp files.
    >>>FWIW .qcp files sounds like ****. This is on a Sanyo 8200 which IS
    >>>supposed to be able to play them.

    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>I know, they do sound like **** dont they? wish the sanyo 8200 could
    >>handle mp3s

    >
    >
    > me too., Or some good software to convert them straight across to .mid
    > files. I have two that are excellent, and I can't use them. :-(



    yeah, i thought the same...convert them to midi, easier said then done
    unfortunately. perhaps somehere has a decent conversion program but I
    had a hell of a time finding one. i guess that qualcomm voice chip is
    good for something though. I do like to plug in voice commands and leave
    memos for myself. I am glad that I opted for a one year contract though.
    Looking foward to my next phone purchase!



  14. #14
    wf
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    [email protected] (Jerry) wrote
    > So far, it's been easy for me to make midi ringtones and load them to
    > my Sanyo 8200. You can get the free software from www.bitpim.org and
    > use a USB cable and the USB driver from Sanyo. I have not yet been
    > able to load any games, even though the phone is supposed to support
    > J2ME games, of which I have a bunch. Does anyone know how to load
    > java games on to one of these suckers?


    www.SprintDevelopers.com has an upload tool for sending
    applications, ringtones, and graphics to Sprint PCS phones. In
    addition, you'll find other tools and articles to help you create your
    own content.

    William Frantz
    http://sprintdevelopers.com



  15. #15
    Michael Arends
    Guest

    Re: Is there anyway to upload .QCP files with data link cable

    theOne wrote:
    >
    > Michael L. Arends wrote:
    > > Smiling Wickedly, theOne answered:
    > >
    > >
    > >>Michael Arends wrote:
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>>theOne wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>>J wrote:
    > >>>>
    > >>>>
    > >>>>
    > >>>>>It seems no software can upload .qcp rigners to sayno phone (RL 4920)
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>They all seem to be able to upload .Mid but not .qcp
    > >>>>
    > >>>>doesnt that suck? my sanyo 8200 is the same way.. should be able to load
    > >>>>whatever you want via the data cable.....Sprint sucks asss..... all the
    > >>>>debacles that i Have had to endure in a mere 3 months of service of thus
    > >>>>far....it would seem from the complaints in ths group that most would
    > >>>>agree...
    > >>>>
    > >>>>anyways, just ramblin ....here is a link to to get the job done for you...
    > >>>>http://www.t1mmy.net/phone/phone.html
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>while I am at work, I can't list them here, But I've found several other
    > >>>sites that will let you upload .qcp files.
    > >>>FWIW .qcp files sounds like ****. This is on a Sanyo 8200 which IS
    > >>>supposed to be able to play them.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>I know, they do sound like **** dont they? wish the sanyo 8200 could
    > >>handle mp3s

    > >
    > >
    > > me too., Or some good software to convert them straight across to .mid
    > > files. I have two that are excellent, and I can't use them. :-(

    >
    > yeah, i thought the same...convert them to midi, easier said then done
    > unfortunately. perhaps somehere has a decent conversion program but I
    > had a hell of a time finding one. i guess that qualcomm voice chip is
    > good for something though. I do like to plug in voice commands and leave
    > memos for myself. I am glad that I opted for a one year contract though.
    > Looking foward to my next phone purchase!


    I've been off contract for a short time. But, just bought my 8200 not
    too long ago. I love the phone, prefer sanyos, But there is a couple of
    others I HAVE looked at. BUT, my wife would crown me if I told her I
    bought this "new one" so shortly after buying the other, solely on the
    fact that it had "cooler ringers". 8-0



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