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Re: g1 Tone Problems
Like most (if not all) phones. when setting a ringtone you can only select the song you want ! the only way to have a certain part of a song as your ringtone would be to use Audio editing software on a PC and then crop the song how you want. enabling you to have a ringtone of a certain part of the song.
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You can do this one of two ways. Either you can set a universal "Notification Tone" for your phone with the desired song, or you can set a specific notification tone for your particular messaging app.
To set a universal tone (which will play when messages arrive, and for calendar events and other "notification" type events), do this: - Go to your App Drawer and tap Settings - Tap "Sound" - Tap "Notification Ringtone" and select the song you want. If the song doesn't appear in your list, download RingDroid and use it to save the tone as a Notification tone. Basically, you'll just open the sound in RingDroid, tap the menu key and then save it as a notification tone.
If you only want the sound for a particular app, like the default messaging app, you'll need to open that app, tap the menu key, access the Settings menu and look for something like "Notification settings." In the default messaging app, the option is at the bottom of the Settings screen, and you tap "Select ringtone" to choose the sound you want to play when a message arrives.
first you can try going to your settings and selecting phone settings then go to connectivity and then select usb mode click on media player tab. then u need a usb cable plug it in to ur phone and your pc then transfer the songs from your your storage card to your media player then remove storage card and transfer songs from media player to phone they should automatically b sent to your music folder in your audio section of your my stuff folder from there you should be able to select it as a message tone. if that doesnt work you can try one more thing. you can send the vibration feature to your storage card and it should automatically associate your music with the vibrate feature then set your messag tone to vibrate 7 ring and pick a tone to go with
Go to 'Options' down in the bottom right corner and select 'Set As'. There, another window should pop up and have the options 'Ringtone' and "Ringtone ID'. Ringtone ID should allow you to set it for a certain contact.
download the free app ringdroid in the app market.connect g1 to computer and mount .drag music into music folder.then open rigdroid.the music you dragged into folder should be here.cut the waveform however you want then save. now you can go to settings and under sound and display you can assign your newly made ring tone to your default tone.