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    Does anyone know where to get a good sounding old fashioned phone ringtone? Thanks!

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    here ya go...
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    Never seen this before. When I try to install it, I get this error:

    - Invalid handheld file deleted: C:\Program Files\palmOne\Jon\Install\OldPhone.prc

    That is with the space removed. It does the same thing wit the space in it.
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    E-mail it to your self and install it that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aldamon
    E-mail it to your self and install it that way.
    Nope, change the file extension name to "mid" instead of "prc".
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    Ok, call me noob or something, but the midi file would only go on my SD card. How to I tell the phone to use it as a ringer, as it does not come up in the list of sounds...
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    I can email it to anyone that asks for it
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    PM sent as when I mailed it to myself, it STILL didn't work.

    Thanks for the offer, hope yours works better!
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    Sent to you, let me know.
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    Here's an old classic telephone ringtone.

    OldTeleBellLoud.mp3
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    Quote Originally Posted by got-hosting
    Ok, call me noob or something, but the midi file would only go on my SD card. How to I tell the phone to use it as a ringer, as it does not come up in the list of sounds...
    Good question. Ansewer here or in another thread?
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    I use Ringer Quick already on my Treo, I've had a lot of people comment that it sounds like an old phone.
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    Wow, the "ldtelebellloud.m3" is great.. Now if only I can convert it to a MIDI.... :-(
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    I was just thinking about the same thing but am looking for a soft normal ringtone. I do not like these crazy muzak things

    Does anyone knows where to find those? Nokia had some good ones ..
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    On TreoBits, there are some Nokia & Siemens ringtones
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    can i download this ring tone and save it to my computer? then install it to my mobile?i clicked on the link and it played but it appears i cant save it.
    am i silly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by agi View Post
    I was just thinking about the same thing but am looking for a soft normal ringtone. I do not like these crazy muzak things

    Does anyone knows where to find those? Nokia had some good ones ..
    I would like to get the same type of Ringtone but in Mp3 format. Nothing strange sounding just a normal phone sound. Any help appreciated in locating it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUES View Post
    Here's an old classic telephone ringtone.

    OldTeleBellLoud.mp3
    Could someone tell me how to install and use this on my treo (Sprint 755p). Anyway, I downloaded it and I thought it installed to my sd card. I look on the card and see nothing. I hate to sound ignorant, but I don't have a clue. Not a huge deal but would be nice. Do I need a program to make this work as a ringer. Any step be step (and I mean dumbed down for a newbie) tips would be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdog View Post
    Could someone tell me how to install and use this on my treo (Sprint 755p). Anyway, I downloaded it and I thought it installed to my sd card. I look on the card and see nothing. I hate to sound ignorant, but I don't have a clue. Not a huge deal but would be nice. Do I need a program to make this work as a ringer. Any step be step (and I mean dumbed down for a newbie) tips would be appreciated.
    Not too sure if the 755 supports MP3, but on my 700P, I had to install MiniTones, then I could convert it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG View Post
    Not too sure if the 755 supports MP3, but on my 700P, I had to install MiniTones, then I could convert it.
    I just downloaded this and it work perfect on my 755. Thanks for the help Buddy!
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