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Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,p...

Counsellor
dohouch
Posts: 38

Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

There is a ringtone on my old,trusty 6230i which I like to hear first thing in the morning, I use it for my alarm clock tone.

I've tried moving it to my new N82, but it's not willing to be moved.

So is there any way that I can get it, maybe Nokia has a distribution method for Nokia owners who've become attached to the ringtones on their previous phones.

The tone is "bloom.mid" which I have found in a Nokia tone collection on the net, but even though it had the same name it wasn't the same tone. I have recorded it with built in voice recorder on N82, but it sounds rough, not very musical. Sound recorder is reall for speech. Realy!

thanks
PC:Win7 SP1 64Bit,Nokia Suite: v.3.6.36
Phones:
808:059M934 - SWv.:113.010.1507
N8 :059C5Q8 - SW v. 111.040.1511

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Mobile Overlord
cjlim
Posts: 16,976

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

Nokia tones that come with the phone are copyright and usually cannot be copied. However if you connect your phone to your pcsuite you may be able to play and record it using the sound recorder on your pc. I have never tried it but don't see why it wouldn't be possible.

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Counsellor
dohouch
Posts: 38

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

It has been solved in a non technical way, another post I had elsewhere resulted in someone uploading the tone I was after.

In PC suite file manager, u can find the tone, but u really can't do anything with it, u can't play it, u can't move it, as far as I can see.

As I posted, it's the alarm tone I've been using for over a year, and it pleasant to have a wake-up call that is soothing, and not annoying.

Thanks anyway
PC:Win7 SP1 64Bit,Nokia Suite: v.3.6.36
Phones:
808:059M934 - SWv.:113.010.1507
N8 :059C5Q8 - SW v. 111.040.1511

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Mobile Guru
android
Posts: 2,383

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

[ Edited ]
m8,

If you really wants that tone all Nokia original tone can be found www.gizmogates.com

Message Edited by spanishtaco on 26-Feb-2008 02:21 PM

Knowledge not shared is knowledge wasted!

If you find it helpfull, it's not hard to click the STAR..


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Registered Member
ivoz
Posts: 5

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

 after connecting the site, what should I do ? me too want to get bloom.mid on my new nokia device ...

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Mobile Overlord
adrianhughes
Posts: 10,092

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

If its a Nokia original ringtone, you cannot send these over to other devices as they are protected files. Same thing applies to Nokia themes etc, they are also protected.

You can always Google for other alternative ringtones or whatnot.
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Registered Member
ivoz
Posts: 5

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

i just to pass from my old nokia to new one .... should nokia allow me ?

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Mobile Overlord
adrianhughes
Posts: 10,092

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

As I said, if its a built-in ringtone into your phone that is by Nokia, then no it won't let you because the file is protected. There is nothing you can do about this mate.
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Registered Member
ivoz
Posts: 5

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

first of all, I just want to say to you "thank you"

secondly, I would like to ak to you "what does it mean built-in ? is that it is in the firmware ?" otherwise, i don't understand why Nokia (notice: I say Nokia, not "me") doesn't want to publish it, or simply "sell it" to me, as a customer of Nokia !!!

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Ex-Moderator (Retired)
_pvn_
Posts: 105

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

Build-in meaning, its the default Nokia ringtone. Our 'trademark'. Therefor this tune is only for Nokia devices. 

 

Hope this is more clear now :smileyhappy:

 

 

If this post has helped you to solve this issue, please press the "accept as solution" icon. Kudos would always be appreciated.

pvn
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Registered Member
ivoz
Posts: 5

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

unfortunately IT DOESN'T and get me more and more confused

 

I will try to formulate the question in the more clear way I can

 

(it's not the question of my life, but let's try to end the story)

 

I own an old Nokia device provided with my preferred tone: bloom.mid

I would like to know if I can have that tone on my new Nokia device, that, now, is E5-00

 

Should I need to send to Nokia the specifications of my E5-00 device and get the tone to be played on (and only on) my E5-00 device ?

 

many thanks (really ....)

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Mobile Overlord
adrianhughes
Posts: 10,092

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

We have already answered your question mate. NO, you cannot transfer the protected (by Nokia) ringtones onto the other phone as it is protected. You can try contacting Nokia Care yourself and see what they say, but their stance will be the same as ours. Sorry that this is causing you such inconvenience.
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Registered Member
ivoz
Posts: 5

Re: Move Nokia ©ringtone from MY 6230i to MY N82,possible?

ok, many thanks for the answer

apologize if I didn't catch it before, surely because my not full familiarity with English language

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