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MOTOROKR Z6 technical questions (Linux and stuff)

Autarkis

Oct 30, 2007, 2:42 AM
Hello people,

I'm totally new to this forum so bear with me. Smile I'm also not really fit with current mobile phone technology. 😕

So, I need a new phone (my current one is a T68i, yeah I know 🤭 ).

I've got a few technical questions:

1) Ring tones: Do I get to put an mp3 from my PC on the phone and use it directly as a ring tone? What does "72 chords" mean exactly? I mean, I play guitar 😉, but that only seems to add to the confusion. What does it mean when my mobile newspaper lists "48 chords"?

2) Linux-related: The review I've read says that you can use this phone as an external disk "thanks to the included software". Now, it's important that I can use it without this software (like a USB stick), or else it won'...
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hawaiisun21

Oct 30, 2007, 5:59 PM
The z6m is a CDMA phone that is offered by US Cellular and Alltel. The z6 is a GSM phone that is capable for use on T-Mobile and AT&T. Since it looks like you have GSM, you might want to ask in one of those forums, because the phones are different. There is a forum for the z6, which might be more helpful to you.

https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/p_forum.php?p=1109 »

I'm sorry if I'm reading your post wrong, but since you have a GSM Sony Ericson, I'm assuming that you are going to continue service with a GSM provider. If this is not the case, then I'm stupid today. 🙂
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Autarkis

Nov 1, 2007, 8:22 AM
You're absolutely right, I'm a GSM user and I intend to stay that way. ;)

Thanks for pointing that out to me. 🙂
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