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Transfering tones from music player to ringtones

I AM HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THE ABOVE SUBJECT. ARE THEIR ANY SOLUTIONS

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MP3 is not supported as ringtone.. you can convert them instead using softwares seen here in the link
http://review.handster.com/product-review-pda.php?id=464&for=HTC+TyTN

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The music files need to be converted into a ringtone format before they work as a ringtone.

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

  • Ekse Jun 06, 2008

    seems your phone supports Polyphonic (40 channels) and MP3 files - what kind of files do you have now and what kind of problems come up?

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Dear sir,

I am goin to let you know the solution of your problem. :)
Please do it as it is written above. :)

> First open the menu.
> Then profile & then go onto your desire profile you want to use.
> After that go on ringtones.
> And then finally you can select your ringtones from your Mp3 music. :)

Enjoy & Best of luck.

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6. Select "Personalise".

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8. When you've finished altering the settings, press the red button to go back to the main standby screen.


To switch to a different profile, tap the standby screen's date and choose the profile you want.

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