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    uwatchn
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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    I'm a noob to using custom ringtones on cellphones and i need some info. on how to setup a file as a ringtone?
    I know how to transfer songs to my new phone (vx8600) but how do i set them up as ringtones, do they need to be clipped/shortened.
    If so how and what software do i use to do that?
    Do the ringtone files need to be a special mp3 format or what?
    Sorry for all the ? but i'm enjoying playing with my new cell.


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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    P.S. I have the music essentials kit and thats how i got the first songs on my phone



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    Lol, I really have no idea yet, my sd stick is in the mail, so I'll hopefully know more when I get it. Unfortunately, this looks to be a thread full of nubs and no one who knows what they are doing LOL.



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    Ok, so I got my microSD card. I put a 30 sec mp3 file on there, now how do I set it as a ring tone. I can get the file to play on my phone, but as a ring tone, it's no go.



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    I'm pretty sure that u can't put rings on a sd card. I sent a few ringtones to my phone that sounded awsome. then i did another nand it sounded cheap and crappy.

    So im not sure on that one but paul will reply soon



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    Quote Originally Posted by camstuf
    MP3 audio: Convert with DbpowerAMP

    Mp3 (Lame): 44100 Hz. 128 kbps recommended 192 max.
    The filename can be up to 32 ASCII characters long,
    including the file extension; rename as required.
    Drop n drag files from PC to AUDIO folder on card.

    Ringtones: Convert with DbpowerAMP
    Cut length to 30 sec max. Upload with WebJAL

    *Mp3 (Lame): 8000Hz; Bit rate: 48 kbps mono
    (Ringtones for the i880 can be as high as 64 brps,
    The higher brps you make it the better it sounds)

    *Wav: 8000khz, 8-bit, 7kbps mono
    The filename can be up to 32 ASCII characters long,
    including the file extension; rename as required.
    All of your music files have to B IN THE SAME FORMAT
    *OTHER PHONES/CARRIERS
    Use the above format, then rename extension to .QCP as required.
    *For Verizon Chocolate: Pix Message file to your phone.
    It will end up saved in your "My Ringtones" folder, and accessible as a ringtone.

    Video format: 3gp, convert with a 3pg converter
    3gp converter Guide
    Video length guide
    The I870 is designed to use a 1.3 gig TF card
    The I880 has been updated and can use a 2.5 gig TF card
    This is what i got from asking this ?? other places



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    Works



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    Interesting, well, I've sent a pix messege to my phone before, but the ring tone ended up sounds like poopy. Will this produce different results?



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    Re: vx8600 - transfer ringtones via SD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Verizon
    I'm pretty sure that u can't put rings on a sd card. I sent a few ringtones to my phone that sounded awsome. then i did another nand it sounded cheap and crappy.

    So im not sure on that one but paul will reply soon



    Ok, so you got a few to sound good then, my question would be to you. What was the difference between the ones that sounds good and the ones that sounded like crap? Method of delivery?



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