Question about LG enV VX9900 Cellular Phone
I asked Verizon if there was a way to Make my own Ringtones to install into my new phone. They told me that they Asked LG to disable this function on the Phone to prevent Piracy. Well not everyone is using copy writed stuff to make Ringtones. Is there any way to unlock the Env phone?
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.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
Here's the easy way.
1. Use a program to create an mp3 or wav clip on your PC. Keep it small enough to send as a text attachment. If you already have the audio clip, skip this step.
2. Load it onto an mini SD card.
3. Put the mini SD card in your LG enV.
4. Send the audio clip to yourself as a text message attachment.
5. Once you receive it in a message, you have the option to set the sound as a ringtone. You won't have this option until you receive it in a message.
I'm really disappointed that an otherwise functional multimedia phone would make setting a ringtone so difficult.
Verizon is just trying to make more money, when there is a clear legitimate use for this function.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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