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Originally Posted by FubarI33t well. there's no Web icon on my blackberry. so that's why ... RIM Blackberry 87xx forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by FubarI33t
    well. there's no Web icon on my blackberry. so that's why i asked about the cable.
    Uncertain of that one. I really haven't dabbled much with the ringtones. You could always email yourself the pic to the BB then save them. I defer to someone else on the ringtones.
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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ if there is no web icon you need to register the device with the network. That may be your problem.

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    i am not to worryed about the web on my BB. Last time i used the web on my Treo 650 it cost me 261$ in one month. So i will stick with my computer for the web. I would just like to have my ring tone off my Treo. Grown fond of it.
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    Well, it's very hard to get a Ringtone downloaded with out Data Access. I understand it can be done but it involves using the Blackberry Simulator for your handheld, for which you need the Blackberry JDE (Download from www.Blackberry.com), which requires the Sun J2SE SKD 1.5 (download from Sun Microsystems) and some hocus pocus. Basically what you have to do is backup your handheld, run the proper simulator, do a restore to the simulator, go to the location on your PC where the ringtone is stored with the simulator, download it, do a backup of the simulator and restore that to the Handheld. There may be other steps, but that's the basics of what I read. A lot of time and effort for a little ringtone action.

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