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  1.    #1  
    I went to this web site through a link from handspring.

    I sent a mid to my treo via email, but when I saved it to the tre0 (not the sd card), it would show up on the list, but not play.

    any ideas?
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    Don't know why, but sound files must be on the SD card to work. Somewhere I read that HS is going to release documentaion regarding their method of handling sound files, which will help sw developers...
  3. #3  
    I think Felipe was referring to a midi file though which which should work?! Anyway, have you tried playing the midi with a third party midi player like (freewrae) Botzam Midi?. Perhaps there's something wrong with the file itself?
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  4.    #4  
    G,

    I downloaded them onto my desktop and played them with media player 9.

    I then sent them to my treo and installed them with snapper.

    today i went to the site with blazer and downloaded them, they do work. but some of them are low and take a bit to actually start playing (i may not have given it enuf time to start with the above method) something you can hear.
    Felipe
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