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Where can i get ringtones? (sanyo mm7400)

razor102387

Jan 23, 2005, 9:16 PM
Confused I wanna know where can i get free ringtones other than 3gforfee (they sound low on my phone) without using the data cable. Also, through the use of the data cable can i get ringtones for my phone for free and where?

The free part is very important, im kinda poor, i cant afford to pay for ringtones.
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hello_kitty28

Jan 24, 2005, 5:54 PM
go to www.pcsphonetones.com it has a lot of cool stuff unfortunaly though many of the songs are polyphonic (you have to go on your pc and then it sends you a text message on your phone to download it) Cool
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frybri

Jan 24, 2005, 6:45 PM
You can also try www.3gupload.com.
Just remember that if you download anything from any other web site other that Sprintpcs.com you are voiding your warranty on your phone. Some other web sites can have damaging ringers, screen savers, ect..
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anthonyatddn.com

Feb 1, 2005, 12:57 PM
www.d-d-n.com

Digital Designs Network. There they are always updating things, adding files, and keeping you on the front line of the cell phone file world. Enjoy!
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li_deng888

Mar 15, 2005, 6:48 PM
try this free site:

http://www.funformobile.com/ »

hope it helps.
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jeremylobaugh

May 18, 2005, 2:16 PM
Why not make you own ringtones?

The Sanyo 7400 will support AAC or MP4 format ringtones. These can easily be made from your own MP3's.

If you have a copy of quicktime PRO, you can do everything in one shot, and then use an upload tool, such as the one at rumkin.com.

if you dont have Quicktime PRO, you can use two other programs, which are both free. The first is called MP3trim, you must use this to shorten the sont to about 30 seconds, any longer and you will never hear it, and it will be a waste of memory. The second program is called dB poweramp. This progral allows you to convert the MP3 to an MP4 format. You will need to download trhe proper codec to do this. I use the MP4 CLI codec, and set the quality to 64Kbps. Once this file...
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subguy

Jun 7, 2005, 10:16 PM
jeremylobaugh said:
Why not make you own ringtones?

The Sanyo 7400 will support AAC or MP4 format ringtones. These can easily be made from your own MP3's.

If you have a copy of quicktime PRO, you can do everything in one shot, and then use an upload tool, such as the one at rumkin.com.

if you dont have Quicktime PRO, you can use two other programs, which are both free. The first is called MP3trim, you must use this to shorten the sont to about 30 seconds, any longer and you will never hear it, and it will be a waste of memory. The second program is called dB poweramp. This progral allows you to convert the MP3 to an MP4 format. You will need to download trhe proper codec to do this. I use the MP4 CLI codec, and s
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jeremylobaugh

Jun 9, 2005, 11:38 AM
You may be able to purchase sofware to perform this function, but last i know, Bitpim, the only decent program which is free, only supports midi and qcp ringtones. But i havent downloaded a new version lately, it may now support the AAC ringtones.
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napfro87

Jun 9, 2005, 5:43 PM
You could also go to the vision file uploader and upload your ringtone and they will send a link in a txt message to download the ringtone.
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