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Ringtones 4 no charge at all


Sep 18, 2006, 5:48 PM
can somebody pleez explain 2 me how to create ringtones easily without having 2 email them or text them 2 my phone? i cant hav any kind of charges added 2 my bill cuz i dont pay 4 it

Sep 21, 2006, 12:24 AM
First you would have to get a TransFlash card, with the adapter, and a sd card reader. Then find a program that converts .wav to .qcp, such as

http://www.sprintusers.com/downloads/gcdcreator/ »

then a program to shorten your songs, such as

http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/ »

So first you have to format your TransFlash card. Then open up WavePad and select what you want from the song, make sure its like around 30 seconds. Then save the file as a wave file. It will show up some options. Select 8.000 kHz, 16 BIT, Mono, and save it to the desktop. Now open up GCD Creator and click the button that says WAV to QCP. Then upload your new file and click on the Convert Wave. Now go to my computer and open up the Removable Disk folder and open ...

Sep 21, 2006, 8:49 PM
thank u. i will try this out

Sep 23, 2006, 12:52 PM
nugget1234567890, I find your method inferior as to what has been discussed at length in these forums . It is possible to have ringtones that sound a 100 TIMES better by not compressing the wav file to mono. In a nut shell, here's a recap as to the way I make ringtones...

1. Go out an buy the music essential kit from Verizon to get a USB phone connection cable.

2. Download the latest (free) version of BITPIM.

3. Using a sound wave editor program such as Cool Edit, burn/record/transfer whatever sound you want into about a 30 second wav clip. *note I always use CD quality, 44.1 kHz 16 bit stereo.

4. Convert whatever song/sound you want as a ringtone into MP3 format (I prefer at least 160 bit rate). *optional to save file space

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