Songs skipping and not able to use songs as ring tones
I just got a SE w300i. I have downloaded about a half a gig of songs to the phone. When I play them, either singley or as a playlist, they skip. This usually begins to happen after a song has been playing about 30 seconds. I have an ancient laptop, so perhaps the files were corrupted as they were uploaded? It does not matter how charged the battery is. Also, I would like to use songs as contact ringtones and that option is grayed out. The only way I was able to make it work was to edit the song to about 15 seconds and upload that. Is there a limit to the size that can be used for a ringtone?
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Try changing the memory card to one higher as if there is not much mem it will cut songs, if problem persists then it is a software issue with the handset.for software and hardware repairs contact kas at email@example.com
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download the free app ringdroid in the app market.connect g1 to computer and mount .drag music into music folder.then open rigdroid.the music you dragged into folder should be here.cut the waveform however you want then save. now you can go to settings and under sound and display you can assign your newly made ring tone to your default tone.
Well firstly,..make sure you have downloaded some songs via Bluetooth to the Sd card.
Then select setup.
then go to Ringer alert Style.
Then click edit.
then ringtone line 1,..click on the lil blue/white file folder.
A screen should come up saying select ring tone,..scroll down to more,..and click more
click my audio
click my audio again, scroll down to trans flash,..which is where any bluetooth downloaded ringtones, songs, go too.
select what you want from your downloads, click insert
then click save.
You can also do that for mesages
Hope it helps
I had to edit some of my songs on my PC to make them shorter to be applied as a ringtone. I made them about 20-30 seconds long so they would work. WHen I put entire songs on the phone it wouldn't work.