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    angelofmusic
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    How do you upload a midi and set it as a ringtone?

    I have a motorola v5551 w/ cingular


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    Last edited by angelofmusic; 04-08-2006 at 08:46 AM.




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    Re: upload midi

    That depends entirely on who your service provider is and what kind of phone you have, which are two things you didn't tell us. Actually, I'm sure you can find the answer to your question with a search of the site using keywords like "upload" "ringtone" "your phone model" or by reading some of the sticky threads in the Ringtones forum. Hope this helps Hidden Content



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    Re: upload midi

    Okay, the first thing I did was go to the top of this page, and click Search. Then, I clicked Advanced Search, selected Ringtones forum from the list on the right, and put in "v551" for a keyword. Here's what I found. Hidden Content

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    If your phone has bluetooth capability, forget about data cables or wap uploads and use your bluetooth! If you don't know anything about bluetooth, try using that advanced search thingy I mentioned earlier, it's really cool! Hidden Content
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    Re: upload midi

    Hidden Content Originally Posted by angelofmusic
    How do you upload a midi and set it as a ringtone?

    I have a motorola v5551 w/ cingular
    People, google can be your best friend. All you have to do is go to google.com, type in the model of your phone and you will get tremendous amounts of information on your phone. Luckily Brad got to this thread before I did.

    1. your phone does have bluetooth connectivity.
    2. your phone allows midi and mp3 ringers.
    3. if you go out and purchase a usb data cable for your phone, you can search around for Mobile Phone Tools. That program allows you to transfer media to your phone from your computer.



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