I jsut got my motorola and i am having very annoying problems. First off all my cell phone does not play the mp3 songs. Thats correct! whenever i play the song on the phone, after a couple of seconds it stops and says "Unsported file!" thats wierd. If it is how can play 30 seocnds or 24 waetever. and the file is definitly mp3.
the other problem is i can set a mp3 as a ring tone. I did once. but now i cant see any song on my @ "ring style" it must be over there but phone doesnt not recognize the memory card. Weird-O..
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hey the software that you want to install in your cellphone is not supported by your phone, yu cannot istall it at all cause it cannot support its format.for the right software go to the motorola website.
Hiya, I had already converted mine to an mp3, and it still wasn't working, so I changed it to an m4a, and it worked! :) Instead of sending it to my phone by the computer cable, i sent it via bluetooth. Also, if you are using iTunes on a Mac, then when you drag the song out of your iTunes library, it will automatically be an m4a file.
Hope this helps. :)
To the best of my knowledge, this happens because Boost Mobile does not want you to be able to get ringtones from anywhere but through them. If someone sends you an MP3 file in a message, that file most certainly would be supported by your phone, because the Motorola i335 supports MP3 files. However, Boost Mobile can be greedy at times. The reason they tell you that the object is unsupported is because if they would let you download the object and allow you to save it to your phone, you would be able to use it as a ringtone like you want to. If you are given the capability to use files from the internet, friends' phones, etc. as ringtones, Boost Mobile loses money, because you get the ringtone, and Boost receives no compensation for it, making it unnecessary for you to buy anything of that nature from Boost.
Motorolas generally have a very low ringtone.The only solution is to find the loudest one on the phone and turn it up to the max.or alternativly go to settings-ring sytles-and change to vibe/ring.This will vibrate the phone first.if you phone is in your pocket or bag you should feel it vibe first than ring.