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Classic Ringtone

Discussion in 'Apps ~ Ringtones ~ Games ~ Wallpapers ~ Mods' started by decil911x, Oct 20, 2006.

  1. decil911x

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    i would like to ask you people where can I find the "Classic" ringtone which is a ringtone in Motorola's phones. I searched for it for a long time but I couldn't find it. I found only the "Continental" ringtone and the other ringtones.

    is there anyone who has the "Classic" ringtone :)
     
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    The classic ringtone is part of Motorola's operating system, it just can't be copied and then transferred to another phone. If it is a motorola phone that you are trying to activate it on then you have to open the phone's OS in your computer, edit it with a hex editor, then upload it back to your phone. This is a process that is not recommended for beginners.

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  3. decil911x

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    Aha I see ....:O

    But the "Continental Ringtone" is also a part of Motorola Operating System and we found it. Which means that maybe someone have it in sameway of having the Continental ringtone :D

    I saw that thread Continental Ringtone by ofrodo. and I saw the member (Heavy Fluid) brought the that ringtone from a site. I hope he can help me or tell me what is the site that maybe helpful.


    Anyway ... thanks for your replay Jay. I really appreciate your help :hellobye:
     
  4. Heavy Fluid

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    Wow, I got a mention! :D

    Let me take a look around, I think I might be able to find that Classic ringtone. I will try to post it tomorrow for you.
     
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    I'll be waiting :D
     
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    Well, I thought that I had it on my computer, but I do not. The search is not over, give me a little bit of time, let me see what I can come up with.
     
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  7. decil911x

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    Take you time :)
     
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    You can transfer any Moto ringtone as long as it has been loaded as an mp3/wav file. That's how i got my Nextel ringers on my GSM v3i.
     
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    Please share with me "Classic" ringtone of MOTOROLA if you've got it.
    Thank you guys very much, buddies ^^
     
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    I was told to take my time, and I did. I did manage to find the Classic ringtone though.

    Posted on HoFo by djdownhill, so I can't take credit.

    EDIT by Jay2TheRescue:

    I noticed a lot of new members in this thread. Don't forget that we now have the Motorola Stock Ringtone thread to consolidate all of the Motorola stock ringtones. you can find it here:

    http://forums.wirelessadvisor.com/r...69182-the-motorola-stock-ringtone-thread.html
     

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    Thank you very much, man.
    I finally got these 2. :D
     
  12. decil911x

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    Man !! you did it !! :speechles

    well, what can i say more than thank you for your help or you are the best or what ever you like me to say :hero:

    I really appreciate your help and i hope the best for you :clap:
     
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    I need help removing a ringtone from a customers phone.
     
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    how do i transfer classic ringtone to my phone i have a nokia 6103 please help thanks
     
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    It seems the ringer is only 1 sec long...is there a program out there that adds some silent seconds to the ring (Making it 3-4 seconds total before the next ring?).
     
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    nevermind...I figured it out and edited the ringtone myself. There is now a 3-4 sec gap in between each ring

    Enjoy

    Update: I uploaded 3 files...each of which is longer or short than between each ring. I personally like the 160 one, it has a 3 sec gap
     

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    Hey guys, I've attached a short audio rip from a series.
    Does anyone know which RAZR ringtone is this? [The phone in the show is a RAZR]
    It's a classic ringtone, though none of the above posted ringtones.
    I'd love it, if anyone could find me a clean version of this ringtone.
    Thanks in advance!
     

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    That is the famous movie/tvshow plain ringtone. I have always wanted to have it on my phone. Kudos to whoever can find it and post it for us!
     
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    You're right. That's just a standard "generic" ringtone that is used in film and TV. The phone probably wasn't even really ringing. The ring was probably added later in the editing. They do this a lot. Many times mistakes are made in this process. I remember on one film I saw there was a red Western Electric model 2500 touch tone phone on the counter in a bar. In the next shot the bartender is dialing 911, yet you hear a rotary dial as if he is dialing a model 500. The phone he was using was clearly shown in other shots in the same scene as being touch tone.
     
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    Ah let's hope anyone can find this!
     
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    I've been looking everywhere for a 'normal' ringtone!
    I wish every phone had at least a couple of these classic ringtones which are acceptable at work and in public - instead of loads of 200 bpm electronic sounding junk which makes you embarrassed to have it on anything apart from vibrate!!!
     
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    I can help. Try this link. http://www.4shared.com/dir/1307542/2d800de3/sharing.html

    It is a bunch of normal sounding ringtones, message alerts and voicemail alerts found by me after searching the internet. Much like yourself, I needed a regular sounding ringtone, not the junk that comes on the phone. Hope you find something you like.
     
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    I have developed the "tv/movie" ringtone
    here it is:
     

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    That is really quiet would you mind if I edited it to make itlouder
     
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    no not at all
    i forgot to amplify it sorry
     
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    Ok here is the louder version let me know if it sounds ok for you
     

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    sounds great thanks:D
     
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    actually there was a little "blip" in the beginning of the amp1 tone...
    i took the liberty of editing it- here is the final version...:)
     

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    Excellent thanks
     
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    no problem at all
     

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