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Tom Brickell

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Oct 28, 2003, 6:16:15 AM10/28/03
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Hi,

Just ordered a t610 to be delivered in next day or two and was wondering wot
kind of softare it will be coming with or whether i will have to get hold of
some myself? I'm looking forward to being able to sync it with my pc but
will i need a blue tooth adaptor on my pc to do this and some kind of
syncing software? know of a friend of a friend who says he has a cd wiv over
£1000 worth of software for this phone too so was thinkin maybe this will be
the stuff i may need


tHatDudeUK

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Oct 28, 2003, 7:13:04 AM10/28/03
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The phone comes with a cd which enables you to connect to your phone via
data cable, infra red or bluetooth (which may require you to buy extra
hardware if you don't already have it) and this allows you to synch
calendars, tasks and contacts with Microsoft Outlook (NOT express). You can
upgrade to the full version of xtndconnect and then you are able to synch
with other PIM programs.

You can also use a nice freeware app called floats mobile agent which lets
you send messages and manage contacts etc... Take a look at
http://eflame.com/fma/


Smith

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Oct 28, 2003, 9:11:36 AM10/28/03
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> Hi,
>
> Just ordered a t610 to be delivered in next day or two and was wondering
wot
> kind of softare it will be coming with or whether i will have to get hold
of
> some myself? I'm looking forward to being able to sync it with my pc but
> will i need a blue tooth adaptor on my pc to do this and some kind of
> syncing software? know of a friend of a friend who says he has a cd wiv
over
> Ł1000 worth of software for this phone too so was thinkin maybe this will

be
> the stuff i may need
>
SE also have their sync program, its 35mb on their site, i use that and
filemanager


Tony Sutton

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Oct 28, 2003, 9:21:11 AM10/28/03
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>
> You can also use a nice freeware app called floats mobile agent which lets
> you send messages and manage contacts etc... Take a look at
> http://eflame.com/fma/
>

T610 is not listed in the supported/tested devices.

Are you sure it works under T610?

Thanks,

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Tariq

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Oct 28, 2003, 11:16:10 AM10/28/03
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> > You can also use a nice freeware app called floats mobile agent which
lets
> > you send messages and manage contacts etc... Take a look at
> > http://eflame.com/fma/

> T610 is not listed in the supported/tested devices.

> Are you sure it works under T610?

Yes, I'm using FMA with a T610 under XP with BT.

Tariq


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Oct 28, 2003, 1:45:18 PM10/28/03
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Tom Brickell reckoned that:

£1000 worth of software for the T610? You should choose your mates more
carfully.

All the software oyu need comes with the phone. You need an IR port of a
Bluetooth dongle to communicate with the PC.
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tHatDudeUK

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"Tony Sutton" <To...@hypertony.co.ukNOSPAM> wrote in message
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> T610 is not listed in the supported/tested devices.
>
> Are you sure it works under T610?
>
> Thanks,

The latest version does, that page is pretty much out of date. Refer to the
Sourceforge link and the forum there.


Peter Guest

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Oct 28, 2003, 3:43:53 PM10/28/03
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On Tue, 28 Oct 2003 11:16:15 -0000, "Tom Brickell"
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Second question!!

I don't find the ring tone loud enough. Anuyone got a really loud
polyphonic ring tone?

Peter

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>
> Second question!!
>
> I don't find the ring tone loud enough. Anuyone got a really loud
> polyphonic ring tone?
>
> Peter

Have you tried "Joybells" or "Digirain" at max volume?

That can be heard at the other end if a dual carriageway? www.myt610.net is
also good.

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Peter Guest

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Oct 28, 2003, 4:52:16 PM10/28/03
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On Tue, 28 Oct 2003 21:32:47 -0000, ">-@LuVbuG@-<"
<anthony...@hotmail.com> wrotf:

>"Peter Guest" <p...@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
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>>
>> Second question!!
>>
>> I don't find the ring tone loud enough. Anuyone got a really loud
>> polyphonic ring tone?
>>
>> Peter
>
>Have you tried "Joybells" or "Digirain" at max volume?
>
>That can be heard at the other end if a dual carriageway? www.myt610.net is
>also good.


OK I have found Digirain. Where is Joybells?? (What a name!)

>-@LuVbuG@-<

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>
> OK I have found Digirain. Where is Joybells?? (What a name!)

It should be in the list!! It's a standard tone AFAIK........

tHatDudeUK

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> It should be in the list!! It's a standard tone AFAIK........

Not on my surgically O2 altered handset. Perhaps someone can extract it?


Grant Mason

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>
> Not on my surgically O2 altered handset. Perhaps someone can extract
> it?

http://t610.longfur.nl/ringtones/poly/original/Joybells.mid

http://www.webhavoc.com/t610_ringtonez1.zip


Steve Dulieu

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">-@LuVbuG@-<" <anthony...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Peter Guest" <p...@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
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> >
> > OK I have found Digirain. Where is Joybells?? (What a name!)
>
> It should be in the list!! It's a standard tone AFAIK........
>
Not if you've got an Lemon T610 it ain't :-( I had to get my mate to BT it
over from his T-Muppet one.
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Rachael the Wiccan Rat

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">-@LuVbuG@-<" <anthony...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Peter Guest" <p...@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:07ltpv8v2vmou957m...@4ax.com...
> >
> > Second question!!
> >
> > I don't find the ring tone loud enough. Anuyone got a really loud
> > polyphonic ring tone?
> >
> > Peter
>
> Have you tried "Joybells" or "Digirain" at max volume?
>
> That can be heard at the other end if a dual carriageway?

LOL. ;-)

> www.myt610.net is
> also good.
>
In the service menu you can change the volume of the polyphonic ringtones -
mine was set to about three quarters when I discoevred this so I smacked it
up to full. It's also set on full volume in the "sounds and alerts" menu.
It's loud now alright.


Rachael


Rachael the Wiccan Rat

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Oct 29, 2003, 7:53:09 AM10/29/03
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Mine neither. No joy for my bells, it seems.


Rachael


Steve Rainbird

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Steve Rainbird

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Rachael,

What do you mean by the "service menu"?


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"Rachael the Wiccan Rat" <no...@badrats.co.uk> wrote in message
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Ah - the attack of the customised handsets!!

No thank you, if it aint generic I don't get it :)

Or it gets reflashed...........

Rachael the Wiccan Rat

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> "Rachael the Wiccan Rat" <no...@badrats.co.uk> wrote in message
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> >
> > "tHatDudeUK" <randomcharac...@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
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> > >
> > > ">-@LuVbuG@-<" <anthony...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > > news:bno6jh$795$1...@mimas.brunel.ac.uk...
> > > > It should be in the list!! It's a standard tone AFAIK........
> > >
> > > Not on my surgically O2 altered handset. Perhaps someone can extract
it?
> > >
> > Mine neither. No joy for my bells, it seems.
> >
> >
> > Rachael
> >
>
> Ah - the attack of the customised handsets!!
>
> No thank you, if it aint generic I don't get it :)
>
> Or it gets reflashed...........
>
I'm about to get my firmware upgraded (tomorrow, place in Brighton) -- does
this mean I'll have joyful bells afterall ? ;-)


Rachael


Rachael the Wiccan Rat

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> "Rachael the Wiccan Rat" <no...@badrats.co.uk> wrote in message
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> > In the service menu you can change the volume of the polyphonic


> ringtones -
> > mine was set to about three quarters when I discoevred this so I smacked
> it
> > up to full. It's also set on full volume in the "sounds and alerts"
menu.
> > It's loud now alright.
> >
> >
> > Rachael
> >
> >
> Rachael,
>
> What do you mean by the "service menu"?
>

The bit wot you get if you press the keys in this order ... [joystick right]
[star] [joystick left] [joystick left] [star] [joystick left] [star]

Then "service tests" ... however...

I've just gone back into it again (to check I was telling you the right key
presses) and found that it has reset itself to about three quarters again
(though my battery has run itself flat and the phone turned itself off in
the meantime). Could it be that it is *only* a test and nothing else (as the
"service tests" label may indicate) ? Just to test certain volumes of the
ringtones ?
I did smack it up to full and the ringtones indeed did seem louder
afterwards. Enough for me to mention it anyway.

Odd.

Give it a try, see what happens for you. Maybe my ringtone volume increase
was psychological !

Rachael


Tom Brickell

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and they have got a cd wiv expensive stolen software on


tHatDudeUK

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> I'm about to get my firmware upgraded (tomorrow, place in Brighton) --
does
> this mean I'll have joyful bells afterall ? ;-)

You have to do more than flash the phone to remove the customisations. I had
mine flashed and it still has all the O2 buff on it. The only handy thing
about it, I must admit it is handy, is that it enters all the data
connection settings etc when the phone is reset.


tHatDudeUK

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"Rachael the Wiccan Rat" <no...@badrats.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Could it be that it is *only* a test and nothing else (as the
> "service tests" label may indicate) ? Just to test certain volumes of the

AFAIK this assumtion is correct. It starts somewhat midway and if you
increase it it just previews the tone. :s


Steve Dulieu

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To get the ring tones that some operators take out go here...
http://www.sonyericsson.com/fun/ringtonesShowHTML.do
HTH

Tony Sutton

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>
> You have to do more than flash the phone to remove the customisations. I
had
> mine flashed and it still has all the O2 buff on it.

And the infamous 13-seconds reset.

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Tony Sutton reckoned that:

> > You have to do more than flash the phone to remove the customisations. I
> had
> > mine flashed and it still has all the O2 buff on it.
>
> And the infamous 13-seconds reset.

The GDFS area has to be flashed.
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The volume should be exactly the same as doing it via profiles or sounds and
alerts!!

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"Rachael the Wiccan Rat" <no...@badrats.co.uk> wrote in message
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> I'm about to get my firmware upgraded (tomorrow, place in Brighton) --
does
> this mean I'll have joyful bells afterall ? ;-)
>
>

Not on a standard flash, you will still retain your O2 "bits", the SE site
has the tone avail. for download (web or WAP).

Rachael the Wiccan Rat

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I guess it is a mixed blessing then in that case.


Maybe I need to go look for my joy bells elsewhere.

Rachael


Rachael the Wiccan Rat

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> >
> >
> >
> To get the ring tones that some operators take out go here...
> http://www.sonyericsson.com/fun/ringtonesShowHTML.do
> HTH

Ah-ha, thank you.


Rachael


Steve Terry

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"Rachael the Wiccan Rat" <no...@badrats.co.uk> wrote in message
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Don't Ann Summers sell them, batteries inc ?
But i've heard that the gyrating one with rabbits ears, satisfies wimin more ;-)

Steve Terry


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