MotoRazr V3m transfering music from minisd card to a ringtone
I have transfered mp3 music files to my MicroSD card but the phone will
not let me use those sounds as ringtones. How can this be done?
I heard that this can be done by downloading a p2k commander. Then i can delete a file called "/a/MyToneDB.db "
Here are my questions
1) Do I download the p2k commander on my pc or my phone
2) where can i find this file "/a/MyToneDB.db " on my pc or the phone?
3) The file type of a p2k commander is a RAR file type and my computer wont recognize it... do i need to download a file so it can recognize RAR's?
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You cannot directly install iTunes on a Windows based phone - you do have various options, however. You can install iTunes on your PC and download music to your PC and then transfer the tunes to the phone using either file transfer, Windows Media Player or Windows Media Centre, or you could copy the music onto a microSD card and insert that directly into your phone.
Note that if you transfer music from iTunes, you may need to "translate" the file format into WMV or MP3 format befoer transferring it to your phone.
I went back to the US Cellular store and presented the problem to the salesman that sold me the phone. He said that I needed to remove the memory card and put it in a card reader and transfer the music files to the card through the card reader. My Gateway desktop has a card reader and I transferred the music files to the card and then to My Music folder under My computer and it worked. Strange to have to do it this way but it works.
i've always just converted the files on my computer to .wav files then sent them as a PIX message to my phone. In the text message options on your phone there is an option to save audio as ringtone. Hope this helps. You can google MP3 to Wav converters. There are free software for this.
SOLUTION!!! (for those with a memory card but no usb cable!)
I’ve been having the same problem in trying to find a way to set my music as ringtones. Here’s what you can do:
-Make sure the file is appropriate.. 30 seconds or less, mp3 format
-When you add your music to the memory card, it shows up as a song but not as a ringtone right?
The solution is to create a different folder rather than using the
“Music” folder the phone automatically creates for you. Transfer your
music to this new folder you’ve created. The ringtones should show up
as long as it fits the requirements! :] Hope this helps!
My friend, Verizon is the worst company that makes bluetooth useless, The reason why this is? is because Verizon has its V cast music going, so they disable verizon phones to be able to transfer music or pictures phone to phone via blue tooth, this sucks i know, i dont think u can even put music using motorola phone tools as verizon phones has a totally different interface,