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how can use mp3 song as a ringtone


Apr 11, 2006, 4:02 PM
ive been reading and searching through the web, i dont see anyone talk about how to change mp3 songs into ringtones. i know there's a program that can change that, but if i download the program and converts them into ringtones, how do i download them to the phone through the usb cable? please give me some tips, guys.

Apr 22, 2006, 4:24 PM
Best thing we have found so far is a website that allows you to send the ringers to the phone. The cheapest one we have found so far is, a misnomer as the website is not free, it is $7.99 for a lifetime membership. Still this was definetly the cheapest thing we found on the net. There is no "per ringtone" cost (woot) so 8 bucks to send unlimited seemed fine to us. However, it seems this website only allows you to send QCP (not so great audio) or MP4 (video ringtone) to our Samsung A900, so if anyone can figure out how to send MP3 please post. Thx.

Apr 22, 2006, 4:44 PM
Oopps...we figured out how to convert to AAC. On the site there is a free download available that converts MP3 to to WAVE and then to AAC. The sound is VERY clear and the file was very small. I would recommend paying the $8 - well worth the money...

Jul 8, 2006, 1:13 PM
I have a samsung a920 and my phone will take acc/mp4 format but when i try to create and send my phone won't except the ringtone. Can you help me out anyway?

Aug 12, 2006, 4:26 PM
I use Nero Wave Editor to create short wav clips from mp3 files (about 20 secs in length) and then upload those to a site called Its very easy to use, and automatically formats the file to your phone. You can use the site for pictures, as well, but I dont know about anything else.

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