Question about Motorola Mobility MOTOROKR EM330 Cell Phone
Make sure the ringtones are in the "music" folder on your card. You can put the ringtones in a separate folder within "music" or however you would like to sort them. If you have a clean sd card, you might need to make the folders, such as "music" , "video", etc. Also, the ringtones must be under 300k and I make them as a mp3 file, encoded at 128k encode rate. I was told that if the phone is being used with AT&T, they limit you to that 300kb filesize . I haven't been unsatisified with my ringtone playtimes so far. Other networks, might not limit you, so test different sizes if you'd like to find out. Also, since the phone will ring only for awhile, I find leaving it at max of 15 seconds keeps me under the time limit and uses less card space.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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