This is done via the 'Digiplug' or the
Nokia™ Smart Messaging system for
Mitsubishi Electric phones. The prin-
ciple is the following:
• Melodies are stored on a Web
• Select your Mitsubishi Electric
mobile type to access a choice of
• Choose one or more melodies to
be downloaded to your phone.
• All chosen melodies are down-
loaded via SMS.
• Once the melody is received a
reception screen is displayed.
You can then install, play or dis-
card the melody.
• To set a melody as a ringtone,
an alarm tone,... Please see
Tones, page 46.
Formats managed by the phone are
.mid, .mld, .dgp, .nsm and .imy for-
The melody you have downloaded is
directly available from the the stand-
by display. When selecting it you are
requested to install, play or discard
To play a downloaded melody
from the reception screen:
to stop play-
To install a downloaded melody:
If the memory space is suffi-
cient, the melody is automati-
cally stored in the downloaded
melodies directory. If there is no
space left you need to choose
one or several melody(ies) to be
replaced from the set of down-
associated to a ring feature can-
not be deleted).
Once stored, a message is dis-
played. The melody can be
played and selected via the tones
To discard a downloaded melo-
ody is erased and is therefore
lost for further installation.
The Melody composer allows to cre-
ate one's own melodies and use
them as ring tones or alarm tones.
To create a melody:
. Select Images &
Choose one of the available
empty lines [...] and press
To compose a melody:
Letters (corresponding to music
notes) are displayed on the screen.
To select a note, press on the corre-
sponding key on the keypad (regard-
less of the letters on the keypad).
• press key 1 to get the C
• press key 2 to get the D
. The mel-