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Old 10-15-2005, 09:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well I got one yesterday, and it seems that loading adp files does not work for this phone. It gives the "error 406" not acceptable.

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Same here... phone is amazing otherwise.
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wait til the rest of us get on 4.1 and i'm sure someone will figure something out. i was under the impression that it'd do more than just ADP format tunes, though...
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click on details and see if it says the following:

200: Application can not accept the content [audio/adpcm]

just curious.
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Yes I get that same exact message.
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I'm getting the same error messages and I am wondering if anyone has figured this out yet?
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when i went to put all my contactcs from my 7520 to 7100i using desktop manager it keeps saying "the data was not recognized by the device" my desktop manager and os are both 4.1. called nextel bb support and they made me try like 10 different things. nothing worked. now i can't compose emails or forward them get error saying "uncaught exception:process net_rim_bb_messaging_app(128)killed due to message queue overflow" my bb will freeze and has to be restarted. it will freeze all the time and give similar error messages doing other thins. i can't restore because of the error saying "data not recognized by device" someone please help!
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Okay, the 7100i does not handle ADP files; it handles WAV files. Someone attempt to load a wav file from some place (such as www.dailywav.com).

Here are the wav files included:

Notifier_BikeBell.wav
Notifier_BikeHorn.wav
Notifier_Caffeine.wav
Notifier_LightSpeed.wav
Notifier_Sonar.wav
Notifier_UFO.wav

It supports MIMEs of audio/midi and audio/x-wav. Hope that helps.
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Attempted dailywav.com and got the same error "406" 200 Application can not accept the content [audio/x-wav]

Could it possibly be the type of format these Wavs are in?
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yep. and to be honest, its just going to be a guessing game as to how to format it. i'll look in the COD file to see if i can see anything else.
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Okay, the 7100i does not handle ADP files; it handles WAV files. Someone attempt to load a wav file from some place (such as www.dailywav.com).

Here are the wav files included:

Notifier_BikeBell.wav
Notifier_BikeHorn.wav
Notifier_Caffeine.wav
Notifier_LightSpeed.wav
Notifier_Sonar.wav
Notifier_UFO.wav

It supports MIMEs of audio/midi and audio/x-wav. Hope that helps.
jibi, how do you know those files are wav files? is there documentation on that? or did you open the tunes.cod file?

not sarcastic, just curious..
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I just started using .mid files and they work fine.
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what is mid anyway... they sound like crap
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jibi, how do you know those files are wav files? is there documentation on that? or did you open the tunes.cod file?

not sarcastic, just curious..
well, if the extension didn't give it away, then the MIME type in the same file (yes, the one you mentioned) certainly does give it away...

gtron, .mid is the extension for a midi file. it it very similar to what you have when you play notes on a piano. however, it can be expanded to a fairly large number of instruments, but it is always comprised of notes. in some ways, midi is much more advanced than true audio, but in other, more obvious ways, it is very much restricted. however, if you take a midi file and open it in a midi editor, then you'll be able to see every note exactly the way the composer created it. with true audio, you'd have to have a master copy to be able to do the same.
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what is mid anyway... they sound like crap
MIDI files are synth files. they are synthesized versions of songs. and yes, for all intents and purposes, they are garbage.
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well, if the extension didn't give it away, then the MIME type in the same file (yes, the one you mentioned) certainly does give it away...

gtron, .mid is the extension for a midi file. it it very similar to what you have when you play notes on a piano. however, it can be expanded to a fairly large number of instruments, but it is always comprised of notes. in some ways, midi is much more advanced than true audio, but in other, more obvious ways, it is very much restricted. however, if you take a midi file and open it in a midi editor, then you'll be able to see every note exactly the way the composer created it. with true audio, you'd have to have a master copy to be able to do the same.
the extension does give it away.... i wanted to know how you know where you found out that they were wav files...

never mind, i just read your whole post and got it.
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well, if the extension didn't give it away, then the MIME type in the same file (yes, the one you mentioned) certainly does give it away...

gtron, .mid is the extension for a midi file. it it very similar to what you have when you play notes on a piano. however, it can be expanded to a fairly large number of instruments, but it is always comprised of notes. in some ways, midi is much more advanced than true audio, but in other, more obvious ways, it is very much restricted. however, if you take a midi file and open it in a midi editor, then you'll be able to see every note exactly the way the composer created it. with true audio, you'd have to have a master copy to be able to do the same.


What are you using to view the contents of the cod files? The wave format is def there, because I opened the file with just notepad and searched for .wav and all the files you said, showed up with that extension. If you have a way to actually open the cod file, we could put in some .wav's before uploading the cod to the phone.
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