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Replying to: Help with Ringtones by bpatel929
what you have to do is take that mp3 file and open it on the program audacity that you will download off the internet. Once you open it then you are going to record the part of the song that you want for your ringtone. You will have to play around with audacity for a whil to figure out how it works. When you do this, try to make the song about 300k or about 30 seconds or it might not load on your phone. Once you do that then you will need to save project or save as and when you do this keep it in the format that it is in. Then you are going to go under your properties in your computer and choose an option that says show the file extention or something like that. You will have to go to my documents and then to the tools tab and choose folder options then choose the view tab and make sure the option to "hide extentions for known file types is NOT checked. This will allow you to see the file extentions on everything and then you will be able to change the end from .mp3 to .mid Once you do this then you would put it on your card and then put it in your phone. Then you should test it by trying to change your ringtone to your new sound. Let me know if this doesn't work.
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