Question about Motorola Mobility W375 Cellular Phone
You can, but with the w375's tiny memory (500kb, that's right half a MB!) you need to be clever & make an edited, compressed mp3 to drag & drop into the sounds folder.
So, you'll need a sound editor. If you have Nero, you already have one, it's called Nero Wave Editor. Soundforge & Audacity (which is free) will also do the job for you. Open up your chosen mp3 in the sound editor & cut the file down to the best 20-30 second snippet. It's a ringtone so you won't need the whole song. When you have your edited snippet, normalise it in the sound editor & save it as a 40kbps MONO mp3. There's no point in making the bitrate any higher as you won't hear the difference on your phone's speaker with most types of music. The file you have just created will be 100-150kb & should fit onto your phone's tiny memory without any problems (so long as the phone isn't already full of photos or other files).
If you need help connecting your phone to your computer via USB check the other questions or just shout!
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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