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Your MP3 file may be too long in duration (try cutting it down to less than 10 seconds and try again), the file name may be too long (try renaming it on the desktop as ringmp3.mp3 and transfer to phone), or the MP3 may be recorded in a bit rate that is too high for the phone to support as a ringtone (transcode again to a lower bitrate).
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
navigate to your music player and then transfer the music or song to a pc and from there by using a ring tone converter software you can change it as a ring tone and save it to your mobile phone and the use it.
or else you can transfer the song to your mobile and then select the song and go to the properties of the song and then set it as ringtone.
ok this is gonna sound really stupid but there should be a song called beautiful sky and u play it in the music player go into search then play any other song then staying in the search menu go and find the beautiful sky song play it then pause it then go find which ever song u wish to make ur ring tone then click the options button there should be a set as button then u can choose either message tone or ringtone......if it doesn't work then keep trying cause sometimes it doesn't work the first time or u have done something wrong but i hope this helps
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.