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“RINGTONE PROBLEMS ”

Written on: 04/07/2003 by William. (1 review written)

Good Points
Excellent phone full marks.
The Best Phone to date.

Bad Points
Apart from being a bit slow from time to time and
the battery not lasting very long. Brilliant phone

General Comments
RINGTONE PROBLEMS

Everybody seem to think the ringtones are rubbish but you need to look aroung the web like

I did. Basicly you can have all different types

of ringtones. Basic (1 note at a time for example nokia 3310, nokia 330) Polyphonic (a little more jazy. sounds cool) Music (real music cd type) The Orange SPV covers all three. I am only going to explain Music (CD type) if you want to know how to do the first two write back.



first :-

Go to http://www.download.com and download the trial version of Alive Mp3 Wav Converter. Once downloaded install program. Run the program and do the following.



1. Click on the little icon which says add to

list

2. An Open file dialog box will apear.

3. Search through the folders for your music.

4. Click on the file you want as a ringtone on

your phone. (must be Wav or Mp3)

5. Hover over the Play button and it should come up with (Click here to start converting (In a Bubble))

6. Click on the button and a new screen will

apear. (headed Convert)

7. Click in the Second dot :- Path :- Click the

little button ... at the end and find you

Desktop folder. Then click on it.

8. Next section says (output format) heres what

you need to do.

9. Click on the 4th dot headed :- Convert to wav. there should be a white box apear. Go into the box and make sure PCM on its own is selected.

10. You will need to change the two boxes in

this section to show the following :-



PCM [11025] kHz, 16bit [Mono]



11. Then click on ok.

12. You should have the new file save on your

desktop.



Next connect your mobile to the USB port.

Now you want to click on the explore button once your phone us Scyncronized through microsoft activesync.

You will then need to double click on my smartphone and double click on IPSM, Application Data and then sound(s) just how the manual tells you. Now don't close anything down but go to you desktop and right click on the file you want on the phone. Select Copy. Now click back on the directory window called windows go in the white section hit the right mouse key and click paste. Now take your phone out of the cradle and try and play the ringtone through your

phone. Need anymore help let me know.

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120705_Muz.'s Response to William.'s Review

Written on: 01/08/2003

It's possible to store loads more wav ringtones, on the memory card. You can have 100's of customised, REAL tunes. Not like that polyphonic/midi stuff!

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Fatstuff's Response to William.'s Review

Written on: 06/12/2003

need help downloading video clips if n e one has the time to help thanks papyrussam@yahoo.com

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Clive51's Response to William.'s Review

Written on: 20/10/2003

I have finally found the answer. If there is no Sounds folder, create it by right clicking on the Application Data folder, select New folder and name it Sounds. Paste the sounds in as suggested and it works a treat

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Clive51's Response to William.'s Review

Written on: 19/10/2003

I am trying to download new ringtones for the spv but also have no ipsm\application data\sounds folder either.
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<br>Can anyone help

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Clive51's Response to William.'s Review

Written on: 19/10/2003

I too have no Sounds folder where you suggested

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Godboy.'s Response to William.'s Review

Written on: 01/08/2003

why can i not put a song on my phone as a ringtone
<br>i have done what you said in your review yet it comes up with not enough space on disc,and if i try to delete anything on the phone it comes up with this is a read only file or in use by another application..note , i have an 8mb card and the phone is standard ,like it just came out of the shop.and i cannot find the sounds folder anywhere, all of my ringtones are found in the windows folder........help
<br>ps i would also like to watch a movie when i get a bigger storage card is this done the same way.
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