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The Secret Behind Nokia's Messaging Tones

Monday, July 30, 2007

Did you know that Nokia's SMS alert tones ("Standard", "Special" and "Ascending") are actually morse codes?

The Standard tone actually stands for M (Message)
Morse code: [- -]

The Special tone actually stands for SMS
Morse code: [. . .] [- -] [. . .]

The Ascending tone stands for Connecting People
Morse code: [- . - .] [- - -] [- .] [- .] [.] [- . - .] [-] [. .] [- .] [- - .] [. - - .] [.] [- - -] [. - - .] [. - . .] [.]


If you'd like to translate English to Morse code, here's a good site:
Morse Code Online Translator

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