I have a V3m with newer Verizon software and I'm trying to send myself some .wav files for ring tones. My friend has an enV and it says in his option menu to save as ring tone, but my razr is only allowing me to save the files as sounds and then I can't do anything with them beside send them to someone else. Is there any way to save them as ring tones and I'm just overlooking it or am I doomed?
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Re: Saving Ring Tones
Motorola is capable of saving ringtones to the phone. Motorola actually allows the transfer of files via bluetooth and within MMS but the providers software is what actually stops it. If you want to use the .wav file you will need to have it converted .mp3 since it is fully recognized by the phone.
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go into phone settings look for sound open the folder, find phone ring tones, select your options.
now if you have ring tones for friends than you have to go into the database or friends ring tones select regular ring tones.
i have checked your phone online. your Samsung s3100 can only support audio files with these formats. .mp3, .wav and polyphonic ring tones only. So please, try downloading audio file with these file extension formats or you can download a software than can convert audio file that suits your cellphone. for example: the lazy song.mp3 or the lazy song.wav
i hope this helps.
there are many websites offering some ring tones, here are some of them http://www.getjar.com http://www.sharemobile.com http://www.mobile9.com http://www.nokia.com/ringtones just browse the websites and look for the appropriate extension file for your ringtone. example... badboy.mp3, badboy.wav,badboy.mid, badboy.amr
if there is a x near the speaker (top right) on today screen then tap it and tap ON and the sound will be back.
If you have deleted sound files copy few .MP3 files in "My Device\Windows" for ring tones And copy few .WAV files in "My Device\Windows" for SMS tones.
"Ringback" generally refers to the music people hear when they call your phone. You have to set that up thru Verizon (or other carrier).
If you're talking about ring tones (what YOU hear when the phone rings) that's easy. Look for a folder called "Rings" inside the Windows folder on your phone. If you put an audio file (wav, mp3, etc) in that folder, it will become available as a ring tone.