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macross81



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PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2003 11:09 am    Post subject: Answer! Reply with quote Back to top

Hi, I just bought the LG VX6000 as well. It is easy to add jpop ringtones to this phone. You just need to find a midi file for the song you want and make sure it is smaller than 30kb. (I used Utada Hikaru's "Distance" and shortened it to 26kb.) Then you just email the midi (*.mid) as an attachment to . (Where 0005551212 is your cell phone number. When you recieve the message, just save it to "my media" and set it as a ringtone or whatever. You can even use some of midi available on this site. Hopefully that helps. (^_^)/
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JDMFreak



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PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2003 1:39 pm    Post subject: DL Free Ringers for Sprint phone? Reply with quote Back to top

does anyone know any good links? i know

www.matrixm.com and www.3gscreensaver.com

Arigato Sweat
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MixxDreamer



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PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2003 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

actually matrixM doesnt work on sprint fones, ive been there, never work on me.. Mad ive tried everything, looked everywhere to get jpop ringtones for sprint, still no luck.. hopefully if u find something, gimme a buzz Sweat (which i highly doubt) --thanks for the other link though, but its not compatible to my fone.. i got samsung A460.. Sad
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EGJ



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2003 12:51 pm    Post subject: really really good Reply with quote Back to top

Thanks for that info Applaud hehehehe Im gonna get a lot of rigntones from there. Smile
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jindo



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2003 3:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Whoa matrixm site has it all. Google
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lim_li



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 3:57 pm    Post subject: bzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Reply with quote Back to top

emm..i have handphone now it is nokia 6100...
but it's very hard to find the site-polyphonic that i can download from it....
anyone have a great site...
and also wallaper for my hp... Sweat
i found this
www.akaginet.com
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ahochaude



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 7:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Matrixm.com worked on mine.
But I don't think that site is up and running anymore... Sweat

Check out http://www.myphonefiles.com

It's free. And there's more of a selection of ringers and wallpaper.

Only thing is that the Japanese song-type ringers are not as much available as on Matrixm.com
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 10:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

aho> u serious? i thought sprint blocked matrixm ringtones?? and they put a note on the compatibility..

btw the new link u posted, does that work on sprint phones too?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 8:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

MixxDreamer wrote:
aho> u serious? i thought sprint blocked matrixm ringtones?? and they put a note on the compatibility..

btw the new link u posted, does that work on sprint phones too?


I got a Sprint phone and it's been working for me.
-As long as your phone isn't ancient or anything, it should be able to work. Doesn't hurt to try 'cause it's free anyway.
Hope it works for you!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

is samsung A460 ancient?? Rolling eyes

i tried the 2nd link, it worked though as in text sent successfully but dunno where to find it, i highly doubt it will work anyway since i dont have a pcs vision.. damn i knew its too good to be true Cry
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 2:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

sorry but none of us here with cellphone have had any luck with finding website with j-drama stuff for it...
i've benn wanting the 'beautiful life' theme for my ring tone forever! but i can't find it for my phone...damn
as for the wallpaper well... ah.... i dunno.. gomen nasai
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kinki_txr



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 2:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

For downloading poly ringtones,

1) go to your own Nokia country website then select your model then the you will pay the ringtone that you have download thru your phone bills.

2) Go to this website http://wap.la-kopi.com/index.wml. You need to have WAP services on your mobile phone. Through WAP services provided by your network service provider, you may access to the bookmark that I have given to you VIA GPRS. As for the charges, it will depend on how your network service provider charge you.

3) You buy the connection wire from Nokia to connect your mobile phone to the computer. Then you may transfer your composed melody from your computer to your mobile.

4) Check the newspaper for poly ringtones provider. Charges may vary between different providers.

As for wallpaper:

If your PC has infared red services, you can transfer your pictures from your computer to your mobile.

Or if you have WAP services, you may download wallpapers from the bookmark that I have mentioned above.

Hope this will helps you.
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Akakage



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

lovelessemotion wrote:
sorry but none of us here with cellphone have had any luck with finding website with j-drama stuff for it...
i've benn wanting the 'beautiful life' theme for my ring tone forever! but i can't find it for my phone...damn
as for the wallpaper well... ah.... i dunno.. gomen nasai


Hmm..if you have a composer menu in your ringtone setting try this link for "beautiful life" ring tone

http://www62.tok2.com/home/jringtone/group/bz_konya.htm

For J-drama stuff and other Jpop

http://go.to/baka-ring

However, that site consists of those who have composer menu in your ringtone setting
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juliana_phang



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

for wallpaper
u can try to upload the wallpaper to a webhosting server..
then from your phone enter the img add
^^)
that's what I always do
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Akakage



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 6:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Jules...That's a great sig of L'arc en Ciel... Lovey Eyes
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juliana_phang



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 7:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Akakage wrote:
Jules...That's a great sig of L'arc en Ciel... Lovey Eyes


hehe~
^^)
thanx!
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ahochaude



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2004 4:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

MixxDreamer wrote:
is samsung A460 ancient?? Rolling eyes

i tried the 2nd link, it worked though as in text sent successfully but dunno where to find it, i highly doubt it will work anyway since i dont have a pcs vision.. damn i knew its too good to be true Cry



Oh, maybe your phone (gomen na) is "ancient".

But I don't really know what your phone looks like. Is it the one with the blue iluminated buttons and the color pic/screen?

I have the Sanyo 5300 and the 8100.
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bmwracer



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 12:08 am    Post subject: Spammers Targeting Cell Phones in Asia Reply with quote Back to top

From Yahoo! News:

How Spammers Are Targeting Mobile Phones in Asia
By Doug Young and Yukari Iwatani Kane

HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - If you thought your spam problems couldn't get any worse, check your mobile phone.

Cellphones are becoming the latest target of electronic junk mail, with a growing number of marketers using text messages to target subscribers in Asia.

Mobile phone spam has yet to approach anything like the volume of the e-mail variety, but the problem is growing in a region where the average user sends as many as 10 SMS (short message service) messages a day.

"SMS spam is certainly something that people are focusing on, particularly in markets like Japan where it is a common problem," said Jeff Bullwinkel, a spokesman for Microsoft Corp, which is spearheading a worldwide anti-spam campaign. "It's big in markets where mobile communications are prevalent."

Mobile phone companies were reluctant to talk about the trend, but evidence of the problem abounded on the Web site of NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone company.

The site carries cautionary words about a junk message regarding the need for B-negative blood for a child's operation, and instructions to forward a chain-mail or face financial consequences.

The phone company also warns of messages claiming to come from DoCoMo (news - web sites) asking people to send money to a particular bank account.

Individual users face difficulty blocking such messages because of their random origins, although DoCoMo lets users set accounts to receive only messages from specified sources.

SMS spammers in Japan typically find their prey by generating at random the e-mail style addresses used for text messaging in the country, a DoCoMo spokesman said.


LEGAL ACTION

DoCoMo -- whose users send and receive 10 messages a day on average -- is fighting SMS spam through measures such as blocking huge quantities of messages that lack specified recipients, he added.

It is also taking legal action, and has cut off 2,173 lines because of spam abuse and sought damages in some cases.

Text messages are big money spinners for mobile operators, reaping profit margins of 60 to 80 percent, so the networks can benefit financially from such spam even as they fight it.

But for users, SMS spam has the potential to become a big headache in Asia, where short messaging has become a way of life for many. Marketers have noticed the trend and increasingly use the medium as a tool for their trade, analysts said.

The Philippines leads the region in SMS use, with cellphone users sending an average 252 messages per month, according to marketing information group TNS. Singapore, China and Japan are the next biggest users.

Mobile phone users in China sent a whopping 10 billion messages during last month's eight-day Lunar New Year holiday, or 7.7 for every one of the country's 1.3 billion people.

Marketers like the immediacy and quick attention SMS messages typically receive from users, said Chi-wing Chan, regional director for telecommunications and technology at TNS.

He said text messages from retailers offering discount "coupons" are already common, particularly in Singapore, and can even be tailored to activate when, for example, a network identifies that a subscriber is close to destinations like shopping malls.

He added that SMS messages -- be they spam or legitimate -- also tend to receive immediate attention in Asia.

"People like to receive messages," he said. "They think it's cool. When you get an SMS message you deal with it immediately, but for e-mails it just feeds into your e-mail box."
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2004 3:32 am    Post subject: Re: Spammers Targeting Cell Phones in Asia Reply with quote Back to top

bmwracer wrote:
From Yahoo! News:

How Spammers Are Targeting Mobile Phones in Asia
By Doug Young and Yukari Iwatani Kane

HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - If you thought your spam problems couldn't get any worse, check your mobile phone.

Cellphones are becoming the latest target of electronic junk mail, with a growing number of marketers using text messages to target subscribers in Asia.

Mobile phone spam has yet to approach anything like the volume of the e-mail variety, but the problem is growing in a region where the average user sends as many as 10 SMS (short message service) messages a day.

"SMS spam is certainly something that people are focusing on, particularly in markets like Japan where it is a common problem," said Jeff Bullwinkel, a spokesman for Microsoft Corp, which is spearheading a worldwide anti-spam campaign. "It's big in markets where mobile communications are prevalent."

Mobile phone companies were reluctant to talk about the trend, but evidence of the problem abounded on the Web site of NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone company.

The site carries cautionary words about a junk message regarding the need for B-negative blood for a child's operation, and instructions to forward a chain-mail or face financial consequences.

The phone company also warns of messages claiming to come from DoCoMo (news - web sites) asking people to send money to a particular bank account.

Individual users face difficulty blocking such messages because of their random origins, although DoCoMo lets users set accounts to receive only messages from specified sources.

SMS spammers in Japan typically find their prey by generating at random the e-mail style addresses used for text messaging in the country, a DoCoMo spokesman said.


LEGAL ACTION

DoCoMo -- whose users send and receive 10 messages a day on average -- is fighting SMS spam through measures such as blocking huge quantities of messages that lack specified recipients, he added.

It is also taking legal action, and has cut off 2,173 lines because of spam abuse and sought damages in some cases.

Text messages are big money spinners for mobile operators, reaping profit margins of 60 to 80 percent, so the networks can benefit financially from such spam even as they fight it.

But for users, SMS spam has the potential to become a big headache in Asia, where short messaging has become a way of life for many. Marketers have noticed the trend and increasingly use the medium as a tool for their trade, analysts said.

The Philippines leads the region in SMS use, with cellphone users sending an average 252 messages per month, according to marketing information group TNS. Singapore, China and Japan are the next biggest users.

Mobile phone users in China sent a whopping 10 billion messages during last month's eight-day Lunar New Year holiday, or 7.7 for every one of the country's 1.3 billion people.

Marketers like the immediacy and quick attention SMS messages typically receive from users, said Chi-wing Chan, regional director for telecommunications and technology at TNS.

He said text messages from retailers offering discount "coupons" are already common, particularly in Singapore, and can even be tailored to activate when, for example, a network identifies that a subscriber is close to destinations like shopping malls.

He added that SMS messages -- be they spam or legitimate -- also tend to receive immediate attention in Asia.

"People like to receive messages," he said. "They think it's cool. When you get an SMS message you deal with it immediately, but for e-mails it just feeds into your e-mail box."


Boy does that suck! Well, I guess it was only a matter of time until ketai inboxes started to get spammed. These spammers, ...... piss me off!!!!!! Angry Angry Cursing

So far I haven't had any spam in my cellphone inbox yet. Ma, I guess it's only a matter of time until cell phones in the U.S. start to get spammed as well.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2004 3:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

i've already been receiving spam in my phone mailbox. i get one every other day or so. it's really annoying. dont know how to block it because they are from email addys and not other phones.
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