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  1.    #1  
    I am having trouble getting a Midi ringtone file I download off the WEB on my desktop INTO my Treo 600..

    The manual says I should EMAIL the file to my Treo, but when I try that I get an error msg stating Treo cannot download file type..

    Anyone have any suggestions?
  2. #2  
    I set up a directory online, then FTP'dthe Midi's to it. Then I used the Treo web browser to access the directory and download them.
  3.    #3  
    Good idea..

    Now, how do you go about setting up an online directory?
  4. #4  
    If you have webspace anywhere, just ftp to where you would upload your webpage, make a folder, then fill it with files, so if you were on say:

    www.example.com

    and you made a folder in your www directory titled "treo"

    then you went to

    www.example.com/treo

    you should see a listing of the files in that directory, and be able to download them..

    Now that I'm thinking about it, I guess you could also find the files you want, and email the link addresses to your Treo. Once there, you can clik on them, and download that way.

    -hope this helps
  5. #5  
    If you found that midi file off the web, the easiest way is to just use blazer and point your url to that file. For example,

    http://rock.mididb.com/20030518/Webber_Andrew_Lloyd/Phantom_of_the_Opera.mid

    It should ask you to open and save the file. I usually download the file to my PC and modify it (make it louder or cut it shorter). I then email it as an attachment to a web email account like fastmail or hotmail and download it from blazer.
  6. #6  
    Is there a way to synch it PC --> Treo 600? I thought that was a long way around going to the Net when you already have it in your PC unless that's a limitation.

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