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    PackCat
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    Originally posted by icoffer
    Brewsky 8900 1.01 great for uploading Ring Tones. Like others, I am having problems with uploading Wallpaper. Brewsky reports that the Wallpaper is in phone memory, but does not appear on any menu on the phone. So where did it go, and can we reverse the process?
    Some functions require reboot of the phone or entering the BREW menu.


    See More: Brewsky 8900 - Easy to use ring tone/wallpaper manager for Audiovox 8900




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    Krome
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    gnarkill, the thanks for this is long over-due, so I'll just say it now. Much appreciation for the time spent on this. Thanks for everything.



  3. #23
    cellguy
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    Originally posted by icoffer
    Brewsky 8900 1.01 great for uploading Ring Tones. . .
    I get no audio from the downloaded ringtones, I can see it in the media gallery, but no sound! The icon looks like an envelope with a red x on it.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Thanks!



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    mt0wnballa
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    i havent bought a data cable yet, but ive read tutorials on how to get ringtones on a 8900 cricker. and just looking at the program gets me excited. thanks



  5. #25
    DaveC
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    Originally posted by Lars
    I just tried Brewsky on a Telus CDM8900.
    Did you make any progress on getting this to work with your phone?

    Dave



  6. #26
    Lars
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    Brewsky on a Telus CDM8900

    Sorry: No progress - I gave up for now.
    (I was rather hoping the Brewsky author would come up with some suggestion)



  7. #27
    Follow4no1
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    Tried it

    I downloaded brewsky and used it, but my photos are on the phone but i can't find them. And my ringtones are there, but they have no sound? i don't know what to do, i don't understand why they don't work, but the sample of buddy holly works.



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    PackCat
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    Re: Tried it

    Originally posted by Follow4no1
    I downloaded brewsky and used it, but my photos are on the phone but i can't find them. And my ringtones are there, but they have no sound? i don't know what to do, i don't understand why they don't work, but the sample of buddy holly works.
    Assuming that you have a USB data cable properly connected and working... You must either reboot the phone or select the "Brew" or "Get it now" feature to initialize certain operations. You vaguely described the full extent of your problem, but that seems to be the missing step. It is important to state your carrier when you generate a request. The only certified carriers that brewsky8900 recognizes are: Verizon, Cricket, and Telus.

    I don't understand the statement that you cannot find your photos on the phone. If that is truly the case, maybe it would be a good time to read your operations manual. As for downloading camera photos with Brewsky8900, there is a select Tab for choosing "Get Camera Pics". Select a "photo_000x.jpg" file in the right window and click on "Download Photo". It should transfer/copy the file to the left window, which will display files that are in: "C:\Program Files\Brewsky 8900\My Pictures". It is important to note that you need to select the proper phone carrier type when you initialize the software program and choose the correct Com port (Com4 on my computer). Camera photos are stored on the handset in "/camera/photo/" directory.



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    jerryn
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    can you post the source?

    Hi,

    I am going to work on a Linux tool for the
    CDM9900. Do you have verizon for service?
    I've been doing some reverese engineering
    on the phone and it looks like Audiovox stripped
    some at commands from the phone. I'd like to verify. Can you post the commands you used to this forum? Or share the soure code?

    I am basically modifying gnokii for support for
    the cdm9900.



  10. #30
    TommyRox
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    Is this compatible with a USB data cable?



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