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MP3 email attachments with Samsung i600 or Kyocera 7135

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Steve, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     



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  2. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  3. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  4. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  5. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  6. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  7. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  8. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  9. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  10. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  11. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  12. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Steve said:

    ; My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    ; listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    ; forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    ; whether that will be possible.

    This is theory, as I don't use my 7135 for email or mp3...

    Assuming your mail client of choice downloads the mp3 file to your
    phone, put the file into the \audio directory of the card. Once there,
    the mp3 player should be able to play it.

    Two caveats: I do not know if the mp3 player needs to do the transfer
    (ie, from a desktop) or not, and if the player on the Kyo is anything
    like the player on my (old) Clie N760, it may only have a narrow range
    of mp3 formats it can play (ie 44kHtz between 92 and 192 kbps only).

    ; I use Eudora on the 6035; it appears that same program is provided
    ; with the 7135, but I don't know if it will handle the MP3 attachments
    ; - and I don't know if there's an alternative.

    There are alternatives. Check PalmGear, Handango, Tucows, etc, for
    them.

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "You sound like you've been doing some thinking about this on your
    own." "Perhaps, we are both, I suppose, going through transitions. But
    the universe knows what it's doing." (Capt. Sheridan and Amb. Delenn,
    B5 "A Distant Star")
     
  13. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  14. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  15. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  16. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  17. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  18. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  19. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     
  20. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest


    > My only real requirement that isn't met by the 6035 is to be able to
    > listen to MP3 files that are sent via email. (My voicemail system
    > forwards them that way; it could also send WAV files.) I'm not sure
    > whether that will be possible.


    www.snappermail.com may do it, you can search at http://pdaphonehome.com on
    the 7135 forum.

    This isn't something I care to do. I use a USB 2.0 SD card reader/writer to
    drag mp3's to the memory card then put it back in my phone to use them. If
    you have 256Mb or 512MB of data to move, this is much more efficient.

    -Dan

    --
    Eugene, Oregon -- Pacific Northwest
    http://cell.uoregon.edu
     

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