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hi open the mp3 through the default file explorer on the phone as its playing go to the option menu and click on set as ringtone or go to profiles click on general click on option click on personalize if you have those song you desire on your phone just scroll to it and select it
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.
You have to put the music in my stuff through media player and when you go to setting then profiles click edit on the profile of your choice and where it says ring tone flick through and the ring tone should be there with all the others.
You cannot save a ringtone, picture, or music to a SIM card. Those files get saved to the "hard drive" of the phone. In order to get music into your phone to use as a ringtone, you must either
1. Download through one of those pay for services like Jamster or through t-zones or the like.
2. Use a data connection plan to download from the "mobile net". Sites are free that let you upload your music to an address that you can go to on your mobile web and download to your phone. The phone usually knows where to download the ringtone to on its own. T-mobile's t-zones costs $5.99 a month for the mobile web.
3. Use a USB connector and the media managing software for the phone to transfer the file to your phone. The Motorola RZR uses a software called Motorola Phone Tools to do this. The Blackberry also has its own Blackberry User Tools Software. Usually, the software shows you the "folders" on the phone and one will be called "tones". You put it there and it comes up in your list of ringtones.
1. Use the included Blackbery Desktop software and run "Media Manager". This will let you transfer any song on your computer over to the BB.
2. You can mount the BB as a drive in Windows and just copy the music file over directly. (This may only work if you have a media card installed -- might not work with built-in memory only.)
After copying the music over use the included Media application to try to play it. Once it plays in Media Manager you can be sure it will play as a ring tone.
Use the "Profiles" application and select "Advanced." Scroll to the "Tune" setting and select it. Scroll to the top of the list and select "Browse..." From there you can select the song and it will be a ringtone.
You can also set a ringtone individually for a contact in the address book. Edit the person's contact info and choose a custom ring tone at the bottom of the Edit screen.
Well firstly,..make sure you have downloaded some songs via Bluetooth to the Sd card.
Then select setup.
then go to Ringer alert Style.
Then click edit.
then ringtone line 1,..click on the lil blue/white file folder.
A screen should come up saying select ring tone,..scroll down to more,..and click more
click my audio
click my audio again, scroll down to trans flash,..which is where any bluetooth downloaded ringtones, songs, go too.
select what you want from your downloads, click insert
then click save.
You can also do that for mesages
Hope it helps
Hiya! Yes it's possible but not as an mp3 file. I have found that you have to convert the mp3 to a wav file. I do this using Fission on my Mac but I'm sure there's a pc equivalent. When you send the wav file to the pda2k it will say it doesn't recognise the file. You need to 'send it anyway'. When you have it on your phone - there is an option under settings to 'add ringtone'. Once you have done this, the tone/song you are adding will be available for use AS a ringtone.
The pda2k will play mp3 just fine with windows media player but cannot use these as a ringtone unless you convert them. Hope it's of some help. Sonia