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  1.    #1  
    how to upload mid files to treo 600 any freeware software ?

    thank you
  2. #2  
    Just do a search for midi files there are loads of websites that offer free midi files. As for uploading them, from what I have read you can store them to an SD card and then use blazer (web browser) to transfer them to a local directory on your Treo. This obviously assumes you have an SD card and card reader for your PC
  3. #3  
    Quote Originally Posted by dsmportal
    how to upload mid files to treo 600 any freeware software ?

    thank you
    One of the better sites I've found is 3gForFree.

    tdh

    Oh, BTW... The trick to adding them from the SD card goes like this:

    1) copy the midi file(s) from your computer to the root directory of the sd card using a card reader
    2) open Blazer on the Treo and click the "WWW" button
    3) in the URL space, enter "file:///filename.mid" and click OK. Once the URL is resolved you'll be prompted whether or not to accept the file into your ringtones database.
    4) delete the midi file from your sd card
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    what if i don't have blazer?

    actually im not subscribe with internet because it cost me $15 and i don't think i need.

    is another way rather then browse?

    thank you
  5. #5  
    Blazer should be able to access the local file system without touching the net.
  6. #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by dsmportal
    what if i don't have blazer?

    actually im not subscribe with internet because it cost me $15 and i don't think i need.

    is another way rather then browse?

    thank you
    u have blazer. click on the "WEB" icon in PDA mode.

    don't need internet access to access local files
  7. #7  
    Quote Originally Posted by rossoneri
    u have blazer. click on the "WEB" icon in PDA mode.

    don't need internet access to access local files

    Strangely enough, the act of pointing Blazer to a local file will initiate a network connection - I discovered this when attemping to load a MIDI when my Vision was on the blink.

    The workaround?

    1) Set Blazer to start up in the Bookmark view.
    2) Set your home page to "file:///filename.mid"
    3) Change Blazer's startup mode to Page view.
    4) Restart Blazer & the file will load automatically.

    Yes, I've had too much time on my hands...
  8. #8  
    Besides Blazer, is there a 3rd party file manager for the Treo?
  9. #9  
    Quote Originally Posted by tdhood
    Strangely enough, the act of pointing Blazer to a local file will initiate a network connection - I discovered this when attemping to load a MIDI when my Vision was on the blink.

    The workaround?

    1) Set Blazer to start up in the Bookmark view.
    2) Set your home page to "file:///filename.mid"
    3) Change Blazer's startup mode to Page view.
    4) Restart Blazer & the file will load automatically.

    Yes, I've had too much time on my hands...
    not for me. it asks if i want to be connected to the network and gives me a choice. i just choose NO.
  10. #10  
    just use IR to get them on the treo, and from there use LauncherX to open the midifiles, this will install them in the midi-db ... simple as that (provided you got a laptop or sth with IR ;-) )
    water created humans to carry it up hills
  11. #11  
    what is the root directory on an sd card? Thanks!
  12. #12  
    no offense rcyphermad, but do you read the responses to your own queries? see below. those are responses to your original question and they are answered there.

    http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...3&page=1&pp=20


    the root directory of the sd card question is answered there too. :P
  13. #13  
    to rossoneri - I did read the response but I did not see what a "root directory" was. Sorry if I missed it.
  14. #14  
    file:///audio/yourMIDIfile.mid

    that's how u access the files in your sd card
  15. #15  
    Thanks...I understand. But my blazer still does not find my mid file. Any other suggestions. Thanks for trying to help
  16. #16  
    might be your sd card. get a lexar.

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