Cant find sound folder on mini sd card to add tones from computer
I downloaded ringtone to my computer.i was then told that in order to put them on my blitz i would need to first put them on my mini sd card in the sounds folder. i cant find the sound folder, dont know if i even have one on there if so can i out one on there help! also i cant find where i need to go to format my card in my phone
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This menu displays music files saved in your phone and microSD card. 1.
From idle mode, press and hold the OK Key [OK] to unlock the keypad,
press the Left Soft Key [Menu], the Directional Key to select “Media
Gallery”, then slide out the QWERTY keyboard and press 1. My Sounds. 2.
Scroll through the downloaded or saved sounds to select the sound and
press the OK Key [PLAY] to listen to the highlighted sound. To erase
the selected sound, press the Left Soft Key [Erase], then press the
Right Soft Key [Yes]. 3. Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to choose
from the following: • Send by Picture Message: To send a MMS message. •
Send Online Album: To upload selected sound to sound online server. •
Send by Bluetooth: To send selected sound to another Bluetooth device.
• Set As: Assigns the selected sound for specific tasks (Ringtone,
Contact ID, Alert Tone). • Rename: Rename the selected sound. •
Lock/Unlock: Select to lock or unlock the selected sound. • Move: To
move the sound to another location. • Erase All: To erase all the sound
files in your phone. • File Info: Displays information about the
selected sound. Since you can’t Send or Move a DRM file, the Send/Move
options will not appear when working with these type of files. With
microSD card inserted, you can browse all folders and sound files saved
in the microSD card by searching the Back folder . indicates that
current file is stored in the external memory. indicates that current
file is stored in the phone memory. indicates that you have sub
directory for the current folder. Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else. JimmyC
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I just thought this may help u for galaxy ace to add ringtones and notification tones..
Just create these folders to your SD Card and audio files are shown automatically to the ringtones and notifiaction tones. No application needed to add your favorite songs, tones..
Hope this will work for you
SDCARD/ MEDIA/ AUDIO/ RINGTONES
For Nofications Tones :-
SDCARD/ MEDIA/ AUDIO/ NOTIFICATIONS
you can create a folder called ringtones and put it in there. Or you can download an app from the app store called ringdroid and it will let you create the file and you can use it as a message alert tone.
The SD card has a folder named media, there is a sub-folder called audio, and subfolder to that is another called notifications. I believe you can also create ringtones and alarm subfolders below audio as well.
In the notifications folder place your new message tone. To select the tone, choose settings, sound & display,Notification ringtone and pick your new sound.
Alas, the V750 doesn't allow you to manually add ringtones that way. The only way I've found to add a ringtone to my V750 is to email the ringtone as an attachment to my phone, then choose to save the file as a ringtone.
Every Verizon number comes with an email@example.com email address, which comes across as a text, video, or picture message on your phone. Just replace the x's with your phone number.
NOTE: Be aware that when you open the message, your ringtone will begin playing; you probably don't want to do this at work!
You can but the file needs to be labeled My Ringtones. If you have tones in the ringtone folder and its still not working check the size and format of the tones, windows mobile 6 was only designed to accept tones under 320k and in .mp3 or .wav formats.
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.
I can Help. First of all, dont pay a cent to verizon, i have had issues with them for a while about overcharges. Anyway...
Download a program called " Bitpim " Its free, or " ImTOO3gp " i got IMToo3gp from " the pirate Bay . com, using a bit torrent, the bitpim is from a site that downloads straight to P.C.
Hook your phone to your P.C. Via Cable. What i did is i bought the verizon package for there VCAST music sync. It has the P.C. Drivers for your phone but there built into the program so you have to install it, but dont actually use the program. once thats installed, hook the phone to the P.C. and you can use Bitpim to download all the data from your phone, the " ImToo3gpp also works but instead of hooking the phone, you take your Micro SD, put it in the bigger holder that should have come with it, get a USB media port that fits the SD card 9 got mine at wallmart for $13. once you connect it, it shows up as another drive on your P.C. like a Pin drive. Then you can covert the music and put the destination folder as the SD's music folder and the program automatically converts it. It pretty sweet and helpull. i was able to drop MP3's and i was able to make ringtones. You have to have a little working knowledge of converting files. The ringtones use MPEG 3 or 4 files and you have to put them in your " MY_SOUNDS" folder that the phone created on the Micro SD, dont drop them in the music folder or youll get ringtones playing in your songs list.
I was able to Make 3gpp2 Files of the ventuire brothers and have movies on my phone also but its tricky.