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Need to download ringtones to my sandisk and put on my cell phone

I DO NOT HAVE INTERNET ON MY PHONE. I WENT AND BOUGHT A SANDISK MEMORY CARD WITH THE LITTLE ONE THAT GOES INTO MY PHONE. I CAN NOT GET THE RINGTONES TO SYNC TO THE CARD SO I CAN PUT IT ON MY PHONE. I CAN GET THE WHOLE SONG BUT NOT A RINGTONE.

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  • dfountain3 Dec 27, 2008

    i don't know how to use my sandisk on the computer because it won't come up on the screen I NEED HELP

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Download an application called "audacity" after you downlaod and install it, you will need to get a file called lame mp3 encoder. You can then open a file in audacity and crop out the portion of the song you need to use as a ringtone. when you export as an mp3 audacity will ask for the lame mp3 encoder, just open the file location where you installed the encoder.

here are detailed instructions:

  1. Go to the LAME download page. ( http://lame.buanzo.com.ar/ )
  2. Under "For Audacity on Windows", left-click on the link "libmp3lame-win-3.97.zip" and save the zip folder to anywhere on your computer.
  3. When you have finished downloading the ZIP folder, unzip it and save the file lame_enc.dll that it contains to anywhere on your computer.
  4. The first time you use the "Export as MP3" command, Audacity will ask you where lame_enc.dll is saved.

That will get you a portion of the song, but depending on the phone you have will determine how you use that clip as a ringtone.

Hope this helps!

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