Question about LG enV VX9900 Cellular Phone
Ok so you were very helpful in explaining that i should put my ringtone into my " my sounds" file, However i don't know from there how to set it as a ringtone ? I just had my phone the lg env2 vx 9100 flashed programmed from verizon onto the metro pcs network in doing so loosing the web and picture messaging. Is it still possible to make ringtones out of my music on my sd card ?
Any sound, including recorded sounds, that are sent offers the option to save as ring tone upon opening the file. You do not have to send as a picture file.
Highlight the sound under your sounds file, select "send", and send it to your own number. When you receive it, open it and select options. One option (scroll down) is to save as a ringtone.
I do this all the time, so it absolutely works.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
I had a similar problem......
I send the mp3's .. 30 sec or less and under 500 k to myself from my email at yahoo.com to myself using....
this from your email...
firstname.lastname@example.org obviously your own number just like it is here. dont need the 1 infront of the area code and no dashes
as for getting the mp3 ..you can rip from a cd..or buy one online...and edit with any free mp3 editor like audacity..find it here
http://www.filehippo.com/download_audacity/ site is clean as are all there files this program works on.....Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/XP64/Vista64 and it's free / open source
I had trouble with mine trying to send the mp3 to my phone ....verizon service...LG VX8350 model.....
I sent the mp3 as an attachment by itself and it would not let me download it i get the attachment but it was blank....
So my remedy was to do two things....send again but instead of typing out a short message, and attaching the mp3 i added a small pic...a .jpg first the .jpg attached it....then the mp3 ...attached it then send...and bam
recieved my message....read the text i typed in the email....then i can see the pic i attached and then the mp3 started to play automatically....and now i have the save option as ringtone/ sound etc. etc. and i can save the pic to if i want.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
I have the same phone. The only thing I can tell you, is to get a USB Micro Cord, and download Bitpim to your computer. You can find the driver to the env2 at www.vzw.com. Then you can make songs yourself, and plug your phone in and send it as a ringtone through the cord so that you dont have to email them to yourself and worry about how to get them to your ringtones. In Bitpim, go down to ringtones, then up top there is a button that has a phone with a plus sign. Find the song you want, and convert it. ( This takes about 20 secs.) then you can listen to the song, and clip it where you want it. Then after you make the ringtone, highlight it, and click send phone data, then mark the box that says ringtone. It will send it to your phone, and turn your phone off by itself, then turn it back on, look in your ringtones, and there it is. Sounds like a lot of work, but its really not. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
You cannot bluetooth any ring tones so have your friends or your self send them to you in a text message and save them as the person above described.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Yes, it should be an MP3 format and dropped into your ringtones folder. then go into ringtones, select " set as " in bottom left corner and select set as ringtone.
It has to be a low bit sound file like 73kb sound file, if its too big it may not play the whole thing.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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