On 15 Feb 2012, at 9:42 AM, Gareth Eason wrote:
>> Anyone have any ideas how I might get the ringtone onto the 6310i?
> Preferably from Linux? I can re-compose the ringtone again using a new
> tool if that makes life easier - my problem is finding a method of
> getting it on to the phone (preferably via SMS message, but any method
> is acceptable.)
Although I'm not specifically familiar with the 6310i, I've had success with other Nokia's and other "feature" phones in the past transferring ringtones on with Bluetooth. Generally my experience has been that if the file is in the right format, when you so a send file by bluetooth the phone "knows" how to save it and make it available as a ringtone or you can browse to a downloaded files location or some such and activate it as a ringtone from there.
Wikipedia says that this phone has bluetooth, so I'd recommend you install the bluez-*.[rpm,deb] stuff on your distro of choice and fire up the obex client of choice/availability and see if you can simply push the file that way. This assumes of course that you have a bluetooth enabled laptop or a bluetooth dongle in your pc..
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