I can set an mp3 tune as the ringer but it wheh i get a call, i can hardly hear it though the ringer settings are in the highest volume. But normally, when i play them thru the mp3 player, they are loud. Also, the preloaded tunes in the phone are loud enough.
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I think you'll have to hard reset your device, in order to get rid of such a condition. You, most probably, know that a hard reset will set your phone to its factory defaults, thus deleting all your personal data, as well as all programs you have installed. Your user manual describes how to perform a hard reset, but here are the instructions, anyway: slide your device open, to landscape position.Then, press and hold both the action button and the reset pin (with the stylus pen) for a couple of seconds. Release the reset pin first, then the Action key.
Hope it works for you.
Best way I have found is to use explorer and browse into your mobile device and search for a folder called "volatile". I copied every wierd looking folder that started with XME or such. There were like 999 of them on my phone. Once they were removed, everything went back to normal!
I have an I-mate pda2k and have found that if I convert the mp3 to a wav file (using Fission on the mac) I can assign any of these as a ring tone. There is an option in settings to 'add ringtones' and this is where you set the wavs to be used. They do not have the ability to apply an mp3 as a ringtone, however they WILL play your mp3s with windows media player. Not a solution but a part explanation lol Hope it helps someone.
You need to pick a tone/mp3 you have on your computer and convert it to a .wav file with any of the free programs you can find via searching on google or softpedia.com. Once you have it as a wav file you need to move it to your phone (plug in your phone to the computer via usb cable, open my computer and click on the "Mobile Device"....then click the windows folder which should be listed after you click on the Mobile device) and place the file directly into the windows folder. After you've moved the file to your windows folder on the phone...unplug the phone and go to where you chose you ringer and you'll see the new tone listed.
There might be easier ways but this is the most direct way I found.
U really need the phone tools disk to change your songs into useable clips. This phone won't play a full song as a ringtone, only clips. THe software is really easy to use and you can find it on ebay fairly cheap, just make sure to enter the correct phone into the software for correct support. Good luck!
When Your Ring Tone Is Highlighted Click on it then click Menu And Select Set As Ringtone. That Will Now Be Your Defaullt Ringer.If You Want It To Be A Custom Ringtone i can't help you with that sorry.