Motorola Rapture VU30
Opened a 23 second MP3 in Windows Media Player, saved the file with .qcp at the end of the name. Some have reported that you can just keep the file as an MP3 but I can't confirm that. The ringtone MUST NOT be larger than 300 kb.
I then e-mailed the ringtone to email@example.com. It didn't work the first time, so I kept repeating and the third try worked flawlessly.
Verizon appears to be filtering content e-mailed to our devices, and I'm unsure why it takes 2-3 tries, but your ringtone should get there.
The secret is you have to rename mp3 or mid file to ~AlertFile***.mp3 (or .mid)
(Example ~AlertFile096.mp3 or ~AlertFile135.mid)
Make sure that the file extension stays the same as the original file extension.
The important part is the first part â€œ~AlertFileâ€ but the number can change to whatever 3 digit number you donâ€™t already have on the phone.
Example: music.mp3 changes to ~AlertFile065.mp3 or music.mid changes to ~AlertFile123.mid
The only problem is when you rename your ring tone, it will be named whatever Motorola has assign...