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We did that in the old days for Polycom phones, and the file looked like this:

<?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?>
    <item><sd>1</sd><ln>{speed-label 1}</ln><ct>{speed-number 1}</ct></item>
    <item><sd>2</sd><ln>{speed-label 2}</ln><ct>{speed-number 2}</ct></item>
    <item><sd>3</sd><ln>{speed-label 3}</ln><ct>{speed-number 3}</ct></item>
    <item><sd>4</sd><ln>{speed-label 4}</ln><ct>{speed-number 4}</ct></item>
    <item><sd>46</sd><ln>{speed-label 46}</ln><ct>{speed-number 46}</ct></item>
    <item><sd>47</sd><ln>{speed-label 47}</ln><ct>{speed-number 47}</ct></item>
    <item><sd>48</sd><ln>{speed-label 48}</ln><ct>{speed-number 48}</ct></item>

Yealink often uses formats that are very similar to what other vendors have done before, so maybe it is very straight forward.

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