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Rafe
27-09-2002, 11:22 AM
m-internet.com have announced a few weeks ago (sorry missed the it first time!) an MP3 Player for the 3650 and Series 60. While it will run on the 7650 it will not be usable because of memory considerations. It is impressively specced and is a port of the the 92x0 version of the same program.

Features:
* Support MPEG-1 layer 3 file in 24K/32K/64k/128k/256k/320k bit rate
* Smart interface: manage all functions using simply the trackball button
* File Manager like user interface, let you select any MP3 songs from MMC
* Listen using hand-free mode, headset
* Pause and resume songs when incoming voice calls arrive or making external voice calls
* Basic controls: Play, Pause, Stop, Next/Previous song
* Additional control: Time slider, Volume slider, PlayList, Random/Repeat Play
* Displaying song information: Album name, Artist Name, Song Name, Bitrate, Sample rate, Duration
* Support PlayList .m3u which is compatible to NullSoft WinAmp, Microsoft Media Player format
* Create and save new PlayLists
* Add or Remove a song from the PlayList
* Auto save recently-used PlayList

Press Release:
6 Sep 2002 Singapore: m-internet attends the press launch event of Nokia 3650 phone, at the same time announces the immediate availability of MP3Go for Nokia Series 60 phone.

"We are proud of launching the first Symbian-based MP3Go player on Nokia 9200 series Communicator in 2001. In 2002, m-internet is still in leading position to provide the world's first MP3 player on Nokia Series 60 phone, with similar ease-of-use but powerful user interface. Now music lovers can listen their MP3 songs using a small form factor phone like Nokia 3650", said by m-internet representative.

"The Series 60 platform provides a rich creative environment for mobile application developers," said Eddie Tsang, co-founder and Director, m-internet.com, a Hong Kong-based applications developer. m-internet.com's latest application - MP3Go uses the Series 60 platform on the Nokia 3650 phone to enable users to listen to their favourite MP3 music while on the go. "The Series 60 is an easy-to-use development platform that enables endless creative possibilities, " Mr. Tsang added.

"Hong Kong is the first place in Asia-Pacific to launch Nokia 7650, the first GSM phone integrated with camera, MMS, Bluetooth function. Now m-internet.com also launches the first commercial Symbian-based games for Nokia 7650 on the market. We believe m-internet.com is the market leader on the development of entertainment, multimedia on Symbian platform, and we will carry on that direction at no doubt.", quoted by m-internet.com

To see the product details of MP3Go for Nokia Series 60.

MP3Go for Nokia Series 60 is available for sale at the same time when the Nokia 3650 phone on the market. Customer can buy the software through http://m-internet.com directly or from the distributor channels in Asia-Pacific region.

have non
19-06-2004, 07:12 PM
[QUOTE=Rafe]m-internet.com have announced a few weeks ago (sorry missed the it first time!) an MP3 Player for the 3650 and Series 60. While it will run on the 7650 it will not be usable because of memory considerations. It is impressively specced and is a port of the the 92x0 version of the same program.

Features:
* Support MPEG-1 layer 3 file in 24K/32K/64k/128k/256k/320k bit rate
* Smart interface: manage all functions using simply the trackball button
* File Manager like user interface, let you select any MP3 songs from MMC
* Listen using hand-free mode, headset


HI
when I send mp3s to my phone it stores them in the inbox (mmc) but i cant save them out of in the inbox so i cant seem to find where the files are and cant play them with my phone..mp3go
please reply to : nils_deschrijver@hotmail.com

fris
27-06-2004, 05:38 AM
m-internet.com have announced a few weeks ago (sorry missed the it first time!) an MP3 Player for the 3650 and Series 60. While it will run on the 7650 it will not be usable because of memory considerations. It is impressively specced and is a port of the the 92x0 version of the same program.

Features:
* Support MPEG-1 layer 3 file in 24K/32K/64k/128k/256k/320k bit rate
* Smart interface: manage all functions using simply the trackball button
* File Manager like user interface, let you select any MP3 songs from MMC
* Listen using hand-free mode, headset
* Pause and resume songs when incoming voice calls arrive or making external voice calls
* Basic controls: Play, Pause, Stop, Next/Previous song
* Additional control: Time slider, Volume slider, PlayList, Random/Repeat Play
* Displaying song information: Album name, Artist Name, Song Name, Bitrate, Sample rate, Duration
* Support PlayList .m3u which is compatible to NullSoft WinAmp, Microsoft Media Player format
* Create and save new PlayLists
* Add or Remove a song from the PlayList
* Auto save recently-used PlayList

Press Release:
6 Sep 2002 Singapore: m-internet attends the press launch event of Nokia 3650 phone, at the same time announces the immediate availability of MP3Go for Nokia Series 60 phone.

"We are proud of launching the first Symbian-based MP3Go player on Nokia 9200 series Communicator in 2001. In 2002, m-internet is still in leading position to provide the world's first MP3 player on Nokia Series 60 phone, with similar ease-of-use but powerful user interface. Now music lovers can listen their MP3 songs using a small form factor phone like Nokia 3650", said by m-internet representative.

"The Series 60 platform provides a rich creative environment for mobile application developers," said Eddie Tsang, co-founder and Director, m-internet.com, a Hong Kong-based applications developer. m-internet.com's latest application - MP3Go uses the Series 60 platform on the Nokia 3650 phone to enable users to listen to their favourite MP3 music while on the go. "The Series 60 is an easy-to-use development platform that enables endless creative possibilities, " Mr. Tsang added.

"Hong Kong is the first place in Asia-Pacific to launch Nokia 7650, the first GSM phone integrated with camera, MMS, Bluetooth function. Now m-internet.com also launches the first commercial Symbian-based games for Nokia 7650 on the market. We believe m-internet.com is the market leader on the development of entertainment, multimedia on Symbian platform, and we will carry on that direction at no doubt.", quoted by m-internet.com

To see the product details of MP3Go for Nokia Series 60.

MP3Go for Nokia Series 60 is available for sale at the same time when the Nokia 3650 phone on the market. Customer can buy the software through http://m-internet.com directly or from the distributor channels in Asia-Pacific region.

Warlock*)
29-06-2004, 05:40 AM
Hi guest ,
I had the same problem too .. when i sent mp3's to my 3660 it ended up in the message folder so the mp3 software couldnt find it and i have to open it one by one in the messages . To overcome this problem i used the Nokia PC Suite and chucked the mp3 directly in a folder in my MMC. Solved the problem . Good luck

Hossam
19-10-2004, 01:57 PM
m-internet.com have announced a few weeks ago (sorry missed the it first time!) an MP3 Player for the 3650 and Series 60. While it will run on the 7650 it will not be usable because of memory considerations. It is impressively specced and is a port of the the 92x0 version of the same program.

Features:
* Support MPEG-1 layer 3 file in 24K/32K/64k/128k/256k/320k bit rate
* Smart interface: manage all functions using simply the trackball button
* File Manager like user interface, let you select any MP3 songs from MMC
* Listen using hand-free mode, headset
* Pause and resume songs when incoming voice calls arrive or making external voice calls
* Basic controls: Play, Pause, Stop, Next/Previous song
* Additional control: Time slider, Volume slider, PlayList, Random/Repeat Play
* Displaying song information: Album name, Artist Name, Song Name, Bitrate, Sample rate, Duration
* Support PlayList .m3u which is compatible to NullSoft WinAmp, Microsoft Media Player format
* Create and save new PlayLists
* Add or Remove a song from the PlayList
* Auto save recently-used PlayList

Press Release:
6 Sep 2002 Singapore: m-internet attends the press launch event of Nokia 3650 phone, at the same time announces the immediate availability of MP3Go for Nokia Series 60 phone.

"We are proud of launching the first Symbian-based MP3Go player on Nokia 9200 series Communicator in 2001. In 2002, m-internet is still in leading position to provide the world's first MP3 player on Nokia Series 60 phone, with similar ease-of-use but powerful user interface. Now music lovers can listen their MP3 songs using a small form factor phone like Nokia 3650", said by m-internet representative.

"The Series 60 platform provides a rich creative environment for mobile application developers," said Eddie Tsang, co-founder and Director, m-internet.com, a Hong Kong-based applications developer. m-internet.com's latest application - MP3Go uses the Series 60 platform on the Nokia 3650 phone to enable users to listen to their favourite MP3 music while on the go. "The Series 60 is an easy-to-use development platform that enables endless creative possibilities, " Mr. Tsang added.

"Hong Kong is the first place in Asia-Pacific to launch Nokia 7650, the first GSM phone integrated with camera, MMS, Bluetooth function. Now m-internet.com also launches the first commercial Symbian-based games for Nokia 7650 on the market. We believe m-internet.com is the market leader on the development of entertainment, multimedia on Symbian platform, and we will carry on that direction at no doubt.", quoted by m-internet.com

To see the product details of MP3Go for Nokia Series 60.

MP3Go for Nokia Series 60 is available for sale at the same time when the Nokia 3650 phone on the market. Customer can buy the software through http://m-internet.com directly or from the distributor channels in Asia-Pacific region.

Kamalayan
19-10-2004, 11:44 PM
Hi guest ,
I had the same problem too .. when i sent mp3's to my 3660 it ended up in the message folder so the mp3 software couldnt find it and i have to open it one by one in the messages . To overcome this problem i used the Nokia PC Suite and chucked the mp3 directly in a folder in my MMC. Solved the problem . Good luck
You can also use a file manager to browse or search for *.mp3's in your phone then cut and paste it somewhere where u can compile it.

arunnavale
04-09-2006, 11:20 AM
:) :)

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