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By WelshPaul
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You need to place the XML file inside a folder named United_Kingdom within your tftp directory.

g3-tones.xml
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<tones>
<trkLocaleName>United_Kingdom</trkLocaleName>
<trkBaseClearcaseVersion>/main/3.3.release/1</trkBaseClearcaseVersion>
<trkTranslationVersion>0</trkTranslationVersion>
<tone c1="31164" i1="-888" c2="30743" i2="-995" c3="31164" i3="-888" c4="30743" i4="-995" d="34" t="ringing">
<part m="on" t="400"/>
<part m="off" t="200"/>
<part m="on" t="400"/>
<part m="off" t="2000"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31164" i1="-1772" c2="31164" i2="-1772" d="17" t="reorder">
<part m="on" t="400"/>
<part m="off" t="350"/>
<part m="on" t="225"/>
<part m="off" t="525"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31164" i1="-1772" d="1" t="busy">
<part m="on" t="375"/>
<part m="off" t="375"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31538" i1="-780" c2="30831" i2="-973" d="2" t="odial">
<part m="on" t="65535"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31538" i1="-780" c2="30831" i2="-973" d="2" t="idial">
<part m="on" t="65535"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="14876" i1="-5346" d="1" t="recording">
<part m="on" t="425"/>
<part m="off" t="15000"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31538" i1="-780" c2="30831" i2="-973" d="2" t="amwi">
<part m="on" t="750"/>
<part m="off" t="750"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="30831" i1="-2032" c2="30831" i2="-2032" d="17" t="monitoring">
<part m="on" t="1500"/>
<part m="off" t="8000"/>
<part m="on" t="500"/>
<part m="off" t="8000"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="30959" i1="-1966" c2="31863" i2="-840" d="17" t="securewarning">
<part m="on" t="333" />
<part m="off" t="0" />
<part m="on" t="333" />
<part m="off" t="0" />
<repeat c="2" pc1="0" pc2="65535"/>
</tone>
</tones>
g4-tones.xml
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<tones>
<trkLocaleName>United_Kingdom</trkLocaleName>
<trkBaseClearcaseVersion>/main/3.3.release/1</trkBaseClearcaseVersion>
<trkTranslationVersion>0</trkTranslationVersion>
<tone c1="31164" i1="-888" c2="30743" i2="-995" c3="31164" i3="-888" c4="30743" i4="-995" d="34" t="ringing">
<part m="on" t="400"/>
<part m="off" t="200"/>
<part m="on" t="400"/>
<part m="off" t="2000"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31164" i1="-1772" c2="31164" i2="-1772" d="17" t="reorder">
<part m="on" t="400"/>
<part m="off" t="350"/>
<part m="on" t="225"/>
<part m="off" t="525"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31164" i1="-1772" d="1" t="busy">
<part m="on" t="375"/>
<part m="off" t="375"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31538" i1="-780" c2="30831" i2="-973" d="2" t="odial">
<part m="on" t="65535"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31538" i1="-780" c2="30831" i2="-973" d="2" t="idial">
<part m="on" t="65535"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="14876" i1="-5346" d="1" t="recording">
<part m="on" t="425"/>
<part m="off" t="15000"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="31538" i1="-780" c2="30831" i2="-973" d="2" t="amwi">
<part m="on" t="750"/>
<part m="off" t="750"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="30831" i1="-2032" c2="30831" i2="-2032" d="17" t="monitoring">
<part m="on" t="1500"/>
<part m="off" t="8000"/>
<part m="on" t="500"/>
<part m="off" t="8000"/>
<repeat c="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="30959" i1="-1966" c2="31863" i2="-840" d="17" t="securewarning">
<part m="on" t="333" />
<part m="off" t="0" />
<part m="on" t="333" />
<part m="off" t="0" />
<repeat c="2" pc1="0" pc2="65535"/>
</tone>
<tone c1="30959" i1="-1966" c2="31863" i2="-840" d="17" t="unsecurewarning">
<part m="on" t="80" />
<part m="off" t="0" />
<part m="on" t="80" />
<part m="off" t="0" />
<repeat c="5" pc1="0" pc2="65535"/>
</tone>
</tones>
In order to instruct your phone to use the above, You need to add the following to your Phones Specific Configuration File SEP[MAC].cnf.xml:
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<networkLocale>United_Kingdom</networkLocale>
<networkLocaleInfo> 
    <name>United_Kingdom</name>
    <version>10.5.3.0</version>
</networkLocaleInfo> 
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