I couldnt find a way, using the supplied software - PCLink 2003, to upload MP3 songs to the phone in a way that will allow me to use them as ringtones for incoming calls. is there a way to achieve that?
In addition, I've read somewhere that the phone supports micro-SD of up to 512MB, but someone told me it can work with 1GB card as well. Is it safe to work with such SanDisk card?
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If your phone is a "smart phone" and able to be connected to your computer you can download your mp3 files to the phone. You must have the software that comes with the phone so that the files may be formated and transfered to the handset. Some phones do not allow mp3 files to be used as "ringtone" for the purpose of having you buy the ringtone.
Are you running the most current version of iTunes? If not try upgrading. After that, try seeing if there is an firmware upgrade. If there is, try upgrading that too. Then try reuploading songs. If it is still not working, it might be damaged or just not working anymore. Only use Itunes when uploading songs to ipod regardless of type.
U really need the phone tools disk to change your songs into useable clips. This phone won't play a full song as a ringtone, only clips. THe software is really easy to use and you can find it on ebay fairly cheap, just make sure to enter the correct phone into the software for correct support. Good luck!
You will need to jailbreak your iphone first. Best to use www.ibrickr.com which allows the jailbreak and uploading of applications and custom rings. I have some other software which does this but not as elegantly as ibrickr.