Working of a few assumptions here, but you need to do the following:
Make sure the Ringtone is in .au file format using the uLaw encoding
You will need a decent TFTP client on your computer, 3Cdaemon is the most robust one I have found
You will need to enter the right commands on the cli to get it to work, these include the following * Update the TFTP server commands so the system knows there is a file there * Make sure that when you upload the Ringtone to the system it is placed in the right directory folder "ringtones" folder it should be called and you will see all the files within that directory * Update the "RingList" xml file to reflect the new file, have a look at the existing entries and just copy them, make sure you use a program like PSPad to edit the file so the structure does not get corrupted by notepad
The list of commands would look like the following:
* ROUTER#copy tftp flash
* ROUTER#Address or name of remote host ? 192.168.1.0 << Enter your IP address here
* ROUTER#Source filename ? ctu.au << Enter the file name with extension and case sensative
* ROUTER#Destination filename [ctu.au]? << If you are not in the directory when doin this, then enter it in
The TFTP-SERVER line of code would look like the following:
"tftp-server flash:/ringtones/Jamaica.raw alias Jamaica.raw" in this instance all files are .raw so you would ideally like to make yours the same
When the phone goes to bring up the ring tone selection, it will look for the xml file and it would produce the results based on what is in that file, but you will get an error as well if the actual file itself is no on the flash card or in the right directory.
NOTE: after all the changes are made, you will at times need to reboot the phone so keep that in mind as well.
This is not a full guide on how to do it, but a brief overview, if the system was built with CCA then the above is no longer required as CCA can do all this for you now (If I am not mistaken).
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