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Many loved their Windows Phone for its superior design. That included the contemporary ringtones. Now, having an iPhone, you are kicked back at square one with a dull variety of ringtones of yesterday. Rejoy, here is how to retrieve the superior Windows Phone ringtones and bring them to your iPhone.
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by:Gustav Brock
For those interested (Andrew), I managed to bring the ringtones to an old Android (Sony Xperia) phone.
It was nothing more than:

  1. Connect the phone via USB. It will appear as a normal, external drive in Windows Explorer
  2. Open this drive (Xperia arc S) and locate the folder ringtones, placed on the SD-card of the phone
  3. Copy the m4a Essential Collection files (not the m4r files) to that folder
  4. The ringtones will, on the phone, immediately be listed by there tagged title

I wouldn't expect it to be much different on a newer Android phone.
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Exploring SQL Server 2016: Fundamentals

Learn the fundamentals of Microsoft SQL Server, a relational database management system that stores and retrieves data when requested by other software applications.

The Windows Phone Theme Colours is a tight, powerful, and well balanced palette. This tiny Access application makes it a snap to select and pick a value. And it doubles as an intro to implementing WithEvents, one of Access' hidden gems.
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by:John Clark
Gustav,

I adapted my application to this and I could not believe how efficient and easy this was to do. I see myself deleting a HUGE amount of redundant code and using Class Module in the future. They have always intimidated me and quite frankly, I did not see the use of them until I needed something similar to what you did here. The link you provided to John Colby's Blog was spot-on and VERY informative.

A question on this method however, the particular functionality I am trying to achieve applies to Text and Combo boxes. Reading JC's Blog led me to believe that I would need another Class to handle each type of Object.

Did I comprehend that correctly or can I include more than one Object in this Class?

Great stuff!

John
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by:Gustav Brock
Yes, you implement many classes, perhaps one for each type of control.

Or you can modify this check:

    If Control.ControlType = acTextBox Then

to check for other control types as well. And then either apply the same or different methods.

Or do both. Or add more conditions; for example only apply a method to a control with a control source.

/gustav
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Windows Phone (WP) is a family of mobile operating systems developed for smartphones as the replacement successor to Windows Mobile and Zune.  Windows Phone features a new user interface derived from Metro design language. Windows 10 Mobile succeeded Windows Phone 8.1 and emphasizes a larger amount of integration and unification with its PC counterpart—including a new, unified application ecosystem, along with an expansion of its scope to include small-screened tablets.

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