i tried to infra some ringtone from my panasonic GD88 to X800 but it cant work although i activated the infrared on the hp...anybody got problem with the hp infra-red ?
just got the phone... its ok.. but it cant play mp3 ringtones, n still cant not sure if i can set personal ringtones n ringer id pic.. but i got it to work wit t-zone.. not cingular grps... so n e body has it and got it work on cing gprs hit me up wit info... i got cingular settings but cant get it work...
is there any ways to play mp3 ringtones with this phone? this phone looks great!
anyone managed to file transfer via bluetooth to another symbian phone successfully?
The Panasonic X800 is not a 3G phone, but a triband GSM phone (900, 1800, 1900). But it is currently the smallest smart phone :-)
hi..x800 is not a 3G phone rite??but the functions are so cool that i thought it's a 3G phone..but still,i love the look of this phone..might consider buying it :)
After installing OggPlay, you are only able to additionally play and use as ringtones Ogg Vorbis (.ogg) files on top of MIDI (.mid) and SMAF (.mmf) files. If your songs are originally MP3s, you will need to convert them to Ogg Vorbis first somehow. Or if you want to play MP3s directly, you can purchase software such as UltraMP3 or MP3Go to do so.
sorry i still dun understand.. do u have a msn messenger? can i add u? i got alot of question to ask..
As mentioned, use the Series 60 MMF one. The direct link to download is:
For transfer of files, you can use Bluetooth, Infrared, Direct USB, or just copy directly to the memory card.
download which one? therre are so many.. and how can i put songs in and listen??
OggPlay is a freeware which can be downloaded from http://symbianoggplay.sourceforge.net. Use the Series 60 MMF version and after installation, not only will you be able to play Ogg Vorbis files, your X800 will also gain the ability to use Ogg Vorbis files as ringtones.
Although the Panasonic X800 does not support MP3 playback by default, you can purchase software such as UltraMP3 or MP3Go to get around this. Otherwise, use the free OggPlay to play the better quality Ogg Vorbis files instead.
Had it for 3 days already and loved it. My only complains so far are the rather short battery life (I think it needs some "burning in"), and the glossy surface interior as well as exterior (which really invites fingerprints and grime stains), and that it feels really plastic.
This phone has definately the state of the art technologies just for the lack of a mp3 player. Does anyone know whether a software or sumthin can be downloaded onto the X800 or not.Help would be appreciated.,thanks:)
X800 supports all the normal features that are compatible with any symbian phones. Personally I feel X800 is much cooler than the X700 in hardware design. Really resembles very much of the Mobile phones used in Japan! :)