When I put SD card in card reader on computer I see all the folders including Ringtones, but when I put SD card in phone and go to the memory card and there isn't a Ringtone folder. Anybody know what's up with that?
Alas, the V750 doesn't allow you to manually add ringtones that way. The only way I've found to add a ringtone to my V750 is to email the ringtone as an attachment to my phone, then choose to save the file as a ringtone.
Every Verizon number comes with an firstname.lastname@example.org email address, which comes across as a text, video, or picture message on your phone. Just replace the x's with your phone number.
NOTE: Be aware that when you open the message, your ringtone will begin playing; you probably don't want to do this at work!
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Create a folder named 'ringtones' (without the quotes) in the root of your SD card, and copy the files (mp3, wma, ogg) you want to use as ringtones to that folder. Then, as usual, if you either edit the contact entry you want to set one of the newly copied ringtones to, or open the dialer's default ringtone settings, the files you copied should appear in the selection list.
Hope it works for you.
Anyway, please, let me know if I can help you any further, since it would also work if you copied those files directly to the internal '/system/media/audio/ringtones' directory, but it would mean you would have to mount the '/system' directory as a read-write drive, and set write permissions to those directories beforehand. Such operations are far more complicated than the SD card solution, but I could explain them to you, if you really want.
- How to Add Ringtones, Alarms, and Notifications to EVO: 1. On your SD card make a folder called Media (if it's already there skip step) 2. In the media folder make a folder called audio 3. In the audio folder make a folder called "ringtones", "alarms", and "notifications" 4. Put any ringtones that you want in these folders.
Well first off you need two save your ringtones to the card and then plug the sd into your computer. The sound your trying to turn into a ringtone will need to blend in, meaning you will need to make sure its the same format as the other ringtones, and place it in the same folder.
you have to format the memory card first to the phone.. easiest way to do this is to take a picture from the phone and transfter it to the card...
at this point the card will now have folders associated with the phone on it..
if you put your sd card into your computer and see any files that are not in a "my_pix, my_flix, my_ringtones etc" folder, drag them to the appropriate folder and you will be able to access them through the phone
so if you wanted to do ringtones drag the music into the ringtones folder. if you wanted music drag it to the music folder
make sure the ringtones are in the "music" folder on your card. You can put the ringtones in a separate folder within "music" or however you would like to sort them. If you have a clean sd card, you might need to make the folders, such as "music" , "video", etc. Also, the ringtones must be under 300k and I make them as a mp3 file, encoded at 128k encode rate. I was told that if the phone is being used with AT&T, they limit
you to that 300kb filesize . I haven't been unsatisified with my
ringtone playtimes so far. Other networks, might not limit you, so test different sizes if you'd like to find out. Also, since the phone will ring only for awhile, I find leaving it at max of 15 seconds keeps me under the time limit and uses less card space.
http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/2832/lg-neon-ringtones/ just get mrico sd card supports up to 4 gb then sd card reader put into phone to get folders first then download them to your pc and transfer them to your sd card and put back into phone
well if u have internet on your phone you could try buying ONE ringtone and one that ringtone is installed a new folder will come into existance. i think its caled my contestant of something. Anyways, try connecting ure phone to your pc and from then on, all songs u downlaod should become a ringtone if put into that folder. Just a guess though. try it
-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 phoneautomatically 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 :)
You can txt yourself the sound and when you receive the txt you save it as a ringtone. If you have a computer with bluetooth capability you can send ringtones that you can make yourself through bluetooth. I use create-a-ringtones.com, make my own and transfer them to my phone. If anyone else wants the ringtone I just txt it to them. I just did about 18 ringtones for my husband and he has the motorola adventure v750.