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Old 15.08.2005, 00:47   #1
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My Phone cant read (play) WMA sound format but (6230i) if it is possible to make phone understand that format ? for example by help of Java Application?
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Old 15.08.2005, 08:45   #2
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No! There is no way to do that.
Even on smartphones I can't remember any application to allow playing WMA.
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Just convert it to mp3
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Old 15.08.2005, 18:58   #4
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No! There is no way to do that.
Even on smartphones I can't remember any application to allow playing WMA.
It's bull ****. I have smart phone based on OS Win Mobile 2003. All multimedia application can read *.wma, *.mp3, *.ogg. Even i can make mp3 or wma ringtone in sound settings of my mobile phone.
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First of all watch your mouth in this forum.
The platform I was talking about is Symbian OS and it can successfully play mp3, ogg but I haven't seen any software under symbian to play wma.
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never seen any application for Symbian OS, allow playng wma
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So... as M de La Palisse was saying...
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Old 15.08.2005, 23:30   #8
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I got it, but from another point of view dont you think that this is possible ?
I think so if application can get enough accesses for phone I think it is possible to read file and decode in a proper way, just we need a very odd JAVA app ... dont you think so ? What can hold java App to decode the File ?
that why I hope in WMA-Playing but cant Taste My "dreamed app" .
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I got it, but from another point of view dont you think that this is possible ?
I think so if application can get enough accesses for phone I think it is possible to read file and decode in a proper way, just we need a very odd JAVA app ... dont you think so ? What can hold java App to decode the File ?
that why I hope in WMA-Playing but cant Taste My "dreamed app" .
I'm affraid not at this time... unless you use one of your special powers (Xman's) Just take a look at this (question and answer):
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http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/archive/t-36948
I had some hope when I found references to WMA under J2ME, but reached the conclusion that this last WMA stands for Wireless Messaging API... One more reason for hating abbreviations!
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Old 17.08.2005, 22:27   #10
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any way thank you
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..but reached the conclusion that this last WMA stands for Wireless Messaging API... One more reason for hating abbreviations!
Oh My god what a horrible thing
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