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Ringtones

brealzz

Mar 18, 2007, 8:23 PM
Anyone know how to get ringtones onto this phone without buying them? i have a ton of mp3's on my pc that i want to use as ringtones. Thanks
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ripCat

Mar 19, 2007, 10:27 PM
Make sure your mp3's are 30 seconds or less and the names are (i think) 35 characters or less with no spaces, attach them to an email and send to ##########@vzwpix.com, where ######## is your cell # . When the email arrives at your phone, select options, save as ringtone, repeat for each one you attached.

This method also works for transferring photos for wallpaper and/or caller id.
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blaisedinsd

Apr 7, 2007, 10:46 AM
Wow, this is pretty cool, but I have found you can only save .midi files as ringtones with this method. Any ideas on how to convert mp3's to midi files and edit their lengh?
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blaisedinsd

Apr 7, 2007, 11:21 PM
I have found if you use audacity (free!!) which you can get here:

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/ »

you can export selections of audio as mP3 but simply name the output file as *****.midi It will warn you some players won't recognize it if it's named .midi instead of .mp3 but just say OK.

You can also boost the volume if needed.
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silvreclipse

Apr 16, 2007, 11:05 PM
I sent a ringtone to my phone, just how it was stated above. The phone gets it and downloads the file but when i go to open it, it says "No Content" I went to message info and the phone sees its a sound file but wont play it.
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wnrussell

Jun 12, 2007, 6:47 PM
blaisedinsd said:
I have found if you use audacity (free!!) which you can get here:

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/ »

you can export selections of audio as mP3 but simply name the output file as *****.midi It will warn you some players won't recognize it if it's named .midi instead of .mp3 but just say OK.

You can also boost the volume if needed.

How do you boost the volume with Audacity? I can't seem to find that menu sequence.
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snowsummit

Jul 17, 2007, 10:17 PM
For those of you finding the audacity program hard to use, here is another site that allows you to crop your mp3 files, and it saves it in a file that is readable by the u620.
http://www.mytinyphone.com/p/make-ringtone/ »
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bigack

Jul 15, 2007, 3:48 PM
ripCat said:
Make sure your mp3's are 30 seconds or less and the names are (i think) 35 characters or less with no spaces, attach them to an email and send to ##########@vzwpix.com, where ######## is your cell # . When the email arrives at your phone, select options, save as ringtone, repeat for each one you attached.

This method also works for transferring photos for wallpaper and/or caller id.


so are you for sure this meathod works??? have you tried it and has anybody got this to work
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bpatel929

Mar 30, 2008, 3:06 PM
but what if we dont have txting
can i do it from the sd card
like put it into my_sounds or somethingg
any1 feel free to answer me
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