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HELPPPPPP Can't save my converted mp3 songs as ringers

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Google for a ringtone converter... u will find a lot of them of the net

Enjoy converting ur mp3 to compatible type like wav or aac or...

upload using ur data cable


have a nice day

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I hope my solution was useful

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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If you would like to save your mp3's as ringers you have to use a program like motorola phone tools. Sprint seems to have that particular "built in" feature blocked.

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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Gud am sir, i have a problem with my cellphones model nokia 3110c, i cannot used my music player, every time i open it, always appear no music files found, even i had to much song files in my memory...


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Try bluetooth, ask your friend(s) to send you song via bluetooth then save it to your phone memory or memory card, if it is working meaning there is no problem with your cellphone. It's in the audio format!
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Backup all of your songs then copy one(1) song and convert it using audio and video converter into mp3 format. Though your songs in your mp3 player are already an mp3 format. Some cellphone can not read it as mp3, after converting copy the song that you converted as mp3 format into your memory card but before that format your memory card first. Good day

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FLOW THE TIPS. SELECT OPEN FLODER > MP3 SONG > SELECT SONG > OPEN> SELECT SONG START TO END > OPEN WAV OPTION > SELECT THE PATH WHERE U SAVE THE WAV TONE > ENTER NAME OF THE SONG > AFTER FINISH PROCESS PRESS OK BOTTON.

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your phone only supports mp3s and wma files. Itunes is not supported. you can convert the files to a comaptible format.
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I found this on a website. I used to have the LG VX8500 but now I have the Sidekick 3 and didn't get the chance to try it. Maybe it works....

This is for windows users.

You will need BitPim .62, as well as a CD Ripping program called CDex, found at

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/c...1.exe?download

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Click convert, and make note of where the new .wav is saved.

Then use Sound Recorder (standard windows program --- Start>Programs>Accessories>Entertainment>Sound Recorder --- ) to open up the .wav file, and crop the part of the song you want as a ringer.

Once the file is the size you want it, go to file and then save.

Use CDex once again to reverse the conversion -- Click Convert and then click "Convert .wav files to compressed audio files".

That's all you need to do. Then just use BitPim .62 to add the file to your phone.

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