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Discussion in 'Motorola' started by shellys, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. shellys

    shellys Member

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    I am having the same problem as Jask, which was posted on 17 November 2004. I can't seem to find (or work out, as I am new to this) the answer. Can anybody help me with the following:

    Request denied by phone (Forbidden (0x43))
    Request denied by phone (requested entity too large (0x4D))

    Your help is very much appreciated!!!!
     
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  3. mossyy

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    dude!! will u tell me exactly whats ur problem??!!
     
  4. shellys

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    oopppsss...sorry

    I have a Motorola E398 and USB cable. I have d/l some music to the pc which I have transferred to the mobile phone, then used this music as ringtones.
    I recently tried again to transfer some music to the phone via the USB cable, only to get the following....

    Request denied by phone (Forbiddeen (0x43)) or
    Request denied by phone (requested entity too large (0x4D))

    I retried a song (the Addams Family theme song), which is one of my ringtones that I had previously been able to send to the phone. I still had it saved on the pc, but when I tried to send it, the message "Request denied by phone .....etc etc came up.

    What am I doing wrong?????? Please help!!!

    Thanks Shelly
     
  5. mossyy

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    r u using P2K or MPT??
     
  6. purrteyes

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    I am also having the same problem that Shellys is having. I have a Motorola V220 replacement for the V220 that I lost last month, and i am getting the same message that she is whenever I try to download pics to my phone, i know that they should go on there, they were taken by the same phone model as this one, any help would be apprecialted.
     
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    purrteyes

    what software r u using?? if u using the MPT then use the P2K and it will worked....
     
  8. shellys

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    Im using the software which came with the phone. It is Motorola Mobile Phone Tools. I'm losing my pc for a week tomorrow, so I wont be able to communicate with you all for at least a week. Thanks for your help,shelly
     
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    I am having the same problem:
    "Request denied by phone (requested entity too large (0x4D)) "
    I am useing MPT. Can someone please help?
     
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    marshur

    that message means whatever u r uploading to ur fone is huge, if its picture make sure its 128x128 and if its a ringtone make sure the size of the tone is small,,,,,
     
  11. purrteyes

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    I am using MPT. To make my ringtones i am using a ringtone ripper to make the frequency the correct one that my phone will recognise, but it still gives me the same message.
     
  12. purrteyes

    purrteyes Guest

    what is a P2K..sorry for my ignorance.
     
  13. mossyy

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    purrteyes

    if u still have this problem just use the P2Kman or P2Ktools,,,,,

    P2K is similar to MPT, u can upload picture and ringtones to ur fone or download pictures and tones to ur PC, u can edit seems or delete the original pictures and tones and more more.....
     
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    I donwnloaded P2Kman, and it says "not connected".
    The MPT does reconise my phone though.
     
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    in the folder of the P2K there is another folder called DRV that is the driver for the P2K....
     
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    The MPT should transfer the ringtones, but it says too large. I have cut the file down to 7 sec, so it should not be too large. ?????
     
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    try to use the P2K and c if u can upload it...
     
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    make sure that the mp3 file isn't corrupt. It will corrupt the other music files as well. I uploaded a corrupt mp3 using mpt on my v80 and all of a sudden, all of my midi ringtones including the ones locked by the manufacturer kept showing an unidentifiable file format screen, asking me to delete. I did a master reset and then mpt wouldn't work. Finally got it to work after trying to install previous versions as well as trying out mobiledit! v1.95.
     

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