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Using bitpim

word.

Jan 11, 2008, 4:38 PM
I'm having trouble getting ringtones, pics, etc. onto my phone with bitpim. If anyone could give me a step by step procedure that worked for them, it would be greatly appreciated!
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letmego21

Jan 13, 2008, 1:04 PM
open bitpim and connect your phone.. click on the phone tab -- then the media tab -- then ringers. Drag and drop your ringtone files. a screen will pop up, 1/3 the way down on the right side click convert.. (you can change the settings first if you would like) then it will take a few seconds. then down at the very bottom of the convert audio file box you have to click ok. once you are done putting all of your ringers on here there is a button on the top left of bitpim, it is an arrow pointing to a phone. click that and then a box will pop up..check the ringtone box and make sure it is set on add. click ok, and in a couple of seconds you are done. if you have any more questions let me know.
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word.

Jan 14, 2008, 7:20 PM
hi, thanks so much for the reply! however, it keeps saying there is an "unexpected error that occurred"? i tried re-downloading bitpim, but i still get the same thing. is there a certain size or format i should put the song in before clicking "convert"? ugh, so frustrating...
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letmego21

Jan 16, 2008, 11:30 AM
Yes, I don't think you can put any longer than a 30 sec clip. I haven't tried because there is no point, most songs you don't want to ring from the very beginning. I use nero wave editor to crop my music, I know there is plenty of free software to do this.
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wnrussell

Feb 24, 2008, 11:37 AM
letmego21 said:
Yes, I don't think you can put any longer than a 30 sec clip. I haven't tried because there is no point, most songs you don't want to ring from the very beginning. I use nero wave editor to crop my music, I know there is plenty of free software to do this.

Try MPTrim

http://www.mptrim.com/ »
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mooon

Jan 1, 2009, 3:21 PM
hey ive done everything stated in bitpim but now i dunno where to go in the phone. i went to ringtones&sounds then ringtones but i cant seem to find it. any help would be good thnx
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