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.
Re: need to download ringtones to my sandisk and put on...
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.
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You will first need to convert the audio CD format to mp3 files before you can copy them to your sandisk memory card and then use it in your phone. This is also called ripping and the software for this should have come with your phone, maybe on a software CD.
Well first its easiet if you put the card in phone first. itll crate files. then take it back out put it in your laptop, or sdcard reader, and add files. if you want to ad ring tones, you have to put in ringtone folder, not music, even if you want the same song. has to go in music, and in ringtone folder.
In an effort to inflate their bottom line many providers (can u say Verizon) "fix" the phone so that only files downloaded to the phone from their pay-for-Music site will go into the proper folder so that phone sees them. The trick then is to outsmart them by latching onto a hack that will allow u to get them into that folder. This is especially true for ring tones.
I have the same sandisk microsd card, comptible with my cell phone. Didn't have any problem, you must insert the card in your cell phone properly... pushed all the way into the slot...it took me just a second to view them in my pix album in my cell phone....
you need to install memory card in phone then attach a data cable specfically for your phone (available at cell phone dealer) into phone and the other end to the usb of the pc if our phone came with software load it on pc then use the software to transfer the music files from your pc to your phone.