Phone doesn't see some uploaded ringtones or MP3 files
I have an unlocked V3i phone purchased on e-Bay. Two problems. 1st I downloaded several MP3 files to the phone but when I try to play them, the menu only sees a few of them. 2nd. Similar problem with ringtones generated through i-Tunes, downloaded to phone but phone doesn't see them. Any suggestions?
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Most modern mobile phone can use MP3 as ring tones: you will need either a cable or Bluetooth adaptor to connect the mobile phone and PC together and then 'upload' your MP3 file to your mobile phone in the appropriate directory (you can usually guess which directory by looking at other directories and files on your mobile. Once you have downloaded the MP3 (of reasonnable length) file to your mobile phone, just select your new ringtone from your alternative directory. Enjoy!
ps. you could of course the MP3 file send to you directly rather than using the traditional Bluetooth or cable connections.
As I know iTunes downloaded audio files (M4P - "protected AAC") have DRM protection which prevent users from converting it to other formats or playing iTunes media with other incompatible players such as PSP, Zune, Creative Zen, cell phone like Motorola, etc..
So, you will need a professional DRM converter to convert the DRM M4P files to Motorola compatible formats.
SUGGESTION: Read below and I hope your problem is related to this for a fix:Make sure they are MP3 and uploaded one at at time. You then have to move each single file you send to your phone, to the EXTERNAL memory before the phone will accept another. The phone accepts many other audio file tipes, eg .aif .wav etc which it stores outside the MP3 folder. It will play them but unless they are in the MP3 format your phone will malfunction if you use them as ringtones (even though the phone gives you the option to save other audio file types as ringtones!). Ringtone MP3s must always be stored to the PHONE to work though, so you are limited to the number of personalized ring tones you can assign. I can help you with file conversion if you need.
Hope this covers your problem.
download your .jar files to ur pc.... then copy and paste them in the kjava folder on your mobile..... then go to games & apps and click menu and select switch storage device... when you switch ovr to memory card ul find "Install New" click on that and u shud have no othr problem....