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    looking for ring tone - old fashioned ring

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    I'm trying to find the old style phone ring tone for the nokia 3220. Does anyone know where i could get it from?

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    Darren

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    Doesn't look like that phone supports polyphonic or MP3 ring tones, so i think you will strugle to find something that actually sounds like an old phone. Or are you just talking about an old fasioned *mobile* ring tone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkstar View Post
    Doesn't look like that phone supports polyphonic or MP3 ring tones, so i think you will strugle to find something that actually sounds like an old phone. Or are you just talking about an old fasioned *mobile* ring tone?
    No it's the old style ring ring that im after.

    EDIT: http://www.logomanager.co.uk/php/myp...ringtones.html

    Looks like it might support polyphonic tones??

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    Nokia say it supports Midi tones, i guess that could be polyphonic.

    My first thought was to get someone with a SonyEricsson K750 (or similar) to bluetooth the Old Phone ring accross to you, but i think that might be an MP3 tone. Can't remember right now and it isn't on my P990 to check.

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    cant do that.
    a, coz it IS mp3, and
    b, coz 3220 = blootooth? doubt it!

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    Use IR then...
    Or get a phone to play the tone and record it on the other phone.

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    i would have thought it would have been one of those nokias that dont let u send things via IR unless its a v-card or something. recording it wud be a bit lame.

    jus get a new fone mate.

    a Sony ericsson K700 is far better than a 3220, and has the ringtone. u could easily pick one up for less than £50

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