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Old 12-01-2005, 11:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just need a *regular phone ring* like Ring #6 that was on my older blackberries.
Screaminging loud on High Volume which was just what I need as 20% of my time is often in very LOUD environment.

Any advice
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Me too! I would love to be able to have some of the ringtones back from my 8520. I refuse to have a SONG play as a ringer and the phone ringers on the 8700 have much to be desired. I will be watching this thread to see how to just get some respectable "business phone" ringers on my 8700.
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Just need a *regular phone ring* like Ring #6 that was on my older blackberries.Screaminging loud on High Volume which was just what I need as 20% of my time is often in very LOUD environment.
Try this ringtone: http://www.davidenglish.com/wml/phone_loud1.mp3. If you can't download it successfully, try using: http://davidenglish.com/wml/phone_loud1.mp3. I maximized the volume just below the point of distortion, so it should be as loud as the hardware will allow. I don't have a 8700, so I wasn't able to test it on a BlackBerry.

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TTT.....Anyone ?

All my previous phones had a *traditional ringer*.
Maybe I'm just old skool like that
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That is one thing I miss from my old 7250. Anyone know where these can be found?
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Yep i miss one of the notifer tone from the older bb models. Is it possible to extract it from a bb and convert it to mp3 or midi for 8700?
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Yep i miss one of the notifer tone from the older bb models. Is it possible to extract it from a bb and convert it to mp3 or midi for 8700?
I don't know of any way to export a built-in ringtone. Your best bet would be to search for something similar on the Web.

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