You have to go into the "My Audios" folder on the phone to access the card tunes. (Menu > 4(Multimedia) > 6(Audios)) for a shortcut. Once you are in the folder, move the highlight to the song you want as a ring tone. Now hit (Options > 6(Move/Copy) > 1(Move)). Now the little icon by the song will be a picture of a speaker without a memory card in front of it. (If it has a memory card icon, it is still on the card) It is on the phone's internal memory now so you can push (Options > Set As > Ringtone/Ringer ID/Message Alerts). You should be good to go!
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Transfer the song(s) you want to set as ringtones onto the microSD card
either by connecting to pc via USB or using an SD adapter. Next, Tap on
the Music Player, open the music list, press the menu button and select
PLAY ALL, this will scan your SD card for music/audio files. Once all
your songs have been added to the list, select the song you want to set
as ringtone and click MENU key, choose SET AS RINGTONE and that will take you
to the RIngtone Trimmer, make the ringtone 30 seconds or less, select
Trim and you're done.
Root your HTC Hero, create a directory in your C: drive and name it
HeroRIngtones, HTC, or whatever and put there all the ringtones you want
to be added (30 seconds or less), then open Command Prompt; make sure
your device is connected and already visible. Run the following command
"adb push directoryname/myringtone.mp3 /system/media/audio/ringtones"
and press enter. Do same procedure for all the audio files you want to
set as ringtones.
No, a SIM card cannot store ring-tones. It is only capable of holding your phone number and contact information. You would need to get a micro-SD memory card and download onto that OR directly onto the phones memory bank.
i JUST bought this phone, and got very frustrated trying to download music into the music player. Drag and drop your music files from your pc into your "my music" folder. They DO NOT show up right away, this is why i got pissed. I figured I was doing something wrong. I had the card in my phone, and my phone plugged into the usb port. They finally showed up on my phone after I took the card out and put it back in. As far as saving them for ringtones, I am pretty pissed that I can't do it. I am thinking Metro wants us to pay for them. That is such b&*%$#*!
Simple solution, Alltel belives and enforces digital copyright management, while you can listen to your favorite tones and music, you will NOT be able to use them as ringtones, or use them with any of the features of the phone other then playing the tunes for entertainment. The only way to use files as ringtones is to purchase the files from alltel, or use their realtone jukebox, etc.
if it is a 2GB device the computer is probably NOT assigning a drive letter to the adapter. go into ur computer management utility. U should find the device there and that it does not have a drive letter. Assign one and it should appear in explorer after that.
If you want to put music files from your laptop onto your LG Shine, you can either use a LG USB cable or a Micro SD Card.The Micro SD card will probably need an additional adapter to have it big enough for your Laptop or PC slot. Once the music files are on the Micro SD card, insert the card into your LG Shine and go to My Stuff". Then, select "Audio and ringtones" and select the file on your memory card. Press the "Options" button and select the copy function and paste it into your phone.
go to samsungusa.com Download the samsung PC studio 3. hook the beat to the computer via usb. enter PC studio and select multimedia manager. click on files and select get files. you'll have 3 options. select from PC. search your PC for music and select get file. left click then right click on the file of choice and select to phone. after a while you will see a message that says insufficent storage. you wil then disconnect the phone and go to menu then fun and apps then files then music then the subfolder titled music. choose options and select move to memory card or copy to memory card (optional only if you have one). by the way, if you want to use a music file as a ringtone, copy is what you want, but the song will appear twice on your music list. lather, rinse, repeat.
have the newest version of bitpim make sure you have the drivers for the USB cable you are using. open bitpim let it find the phone(it will come up as other CDMA phone) click FILESYSTEM on the left at the bottom expand the folder click dload right click on lg_mysound.dat and save it to your desktop after you save it right click lg_mysound.dat in bitpim and delete it now click brew click media click lk click ms
now drop the songs you want to use as ringers in this file. they will automaticlly load into your phone. it isnt the fastest process but it works.
after they are done loading onto the phone, unhook USB cable from computer, power the phone off and then back on.
the items you just transferred with now be in the my audio file where they need to be to assign them for individual ringers.
everytime you wnat to add new ringers to the phone you have to complete all the steps above, even the deleting that one certain file. not a very hard process and has worked well for me.
good luck and happy mp3 loading songs into the phone as ringers.
well my friend if you want to use a mp3 as a ringtone here it's what you have to do.... buy it! no just kidding save your mp3 ringtones on to the memory card in the "my sounds" section make sure it doesn't go over 400 kb , select ringtone and send it on a mms to your self and thre you have it save it as a ringtone hope this helps you oh also you can send and recieve ringtones to via blutooth but by mms messaging