Midi -> Mobile Phones

Discussion in 'Getting Started/New Member Help' started by gateway_2, Jan 2, 2004.

  1. gateway_2

    gateway_2 New Member

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    Is it possible to use the *.midi files on mobile phones?
    thx for ya answers...
  2. kustze

    kustze New Member

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    most polyphonic ringtones will support MIDI files, yes. You may have to trim them though, since phones often have a built-in limitation for how long a ringtone can be (around 30 seconds most of the time).
  3. offspring96

    offspring96 New Member

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    yup


    i have sprint...w/ sprint there is a website called mobile.hopto.org and you can upload ur own ringtones, screensavers, and apps and dl them to your phone...
  4. ManE

    ManE New Member

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    midi works fine on Series 60 handsets, easiest way to upload is infrared port, if it's there....
  5. lebanese88

    lebanese88 New Member

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    hi thx for ur help
  6. dynamius

    dynamius New Member

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    best part is that if you have a bluetooth enabled phone, or even IR i'm thinking, you can just transfer em over just like that from your computer or another phone... i'm thinking the t610/t616 here
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    a_nadeem New Member

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    well u can use midis on some phones but for samsung mobiles u have to convert them using a software like psm player. U have 2 convert the midi into an mmf.
  8. DuoDreamer

    DuoDreamer New Member

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    You can also send ringtone midis to your phone with a data cable if you don't have an IR port or bluetooth on your phone. Check ebay or cell phone accessory websites for data cables for your specific model.

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