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    reamer
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    I have a web site that caters for midi ring tones. All of which are free with no catch. You can download the ring tones via wap. Enter the url as discribed in the help section to get the ring tone of your choice. The site was aimed at nokia's but they are compatable with the GD87. You can also get the latest top twenty from my wap site. url from phone is:- http://tagtag.com/tonz4phones


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    Sharif al-ha
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    mine are loud. Go and look on www.gd87it.com and look under software



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    Originally posted by Sharif al-ha
    mine are loud. Go and look on www.gd87it.com and look under software
    i cant access the site....



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    i took apart my phone and drilled out the other half of the speaker holes in the back.. it makes it a bit louder.. but only by like a few db. hardly notice it.. but it is louder



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    Originally posted by iceberg
    i took apart my phone and drilled out the other half of the speaker holes in the back.. it makes it a bit louder.. but only by like a few db. hardly notice it.. but it is louder

    doubt many people would mind risking their phones being damaged... still dont see any sense in doing that... for most pan phones, tones arent so soft so dun see a need for such a drastic movement...



  6. #16
    blobo
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    I've also got a GD87 and, generally speaking, the volume is just too soft.

    It's not only the polyphonic ringtones, but for me it's also not possible to use it in a somewhat loud environment like a pub. I never had problems with my phones before but am kind of disappointed here.

    The standard ringtones are rather loud, though - so my solution is to switch do ringtone #1 in louder environments and switch back to polyphonic tones later.

    Tom



  7. #17
    blobo
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    GD87 and GU87:

    Basically the same phone, just a different designation in different countries. It's called GD87 here in Europe.

    Tom



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    Originally posted by Sharif al-ha mine are loud. Go and look on www.gd87it.com and look under software
    Originally posted by potionmaker
    quote: i cant access the site....
    It's supposed to be www.gd87.it



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    GD 87 HAS GOT A NEW SOFTWARE NOW!
    IT IS NAMED "A 53"
    I WILL UPGRADE MY MOBILE...



  10. #20
    mervinpoh
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    mine is a gd88... what is gd87?



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