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    duugalas
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    Hi,
    Does anybody know what format and what bitrate a ringtone for the 8910 is?
    I want to make my own tones from my music files on my computer. Also what program can i use to convert the files?

    One last thing. I tried to send my own recorded memos from my phone to myself and when I tried to save media it said there is an error saying: Object not saved! [Unknown Object]

    If anybody can help me with any of these problems i would appreciate it.
    Thanks.


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    al-lo
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    yea i need help to hope some1 answers i got 8910 with verizon on pay as you go



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    Quote Originally Posted by duugalas
    Hi,
    Does anybody know what format and what bitrate a ringtone for the 8910 is?
    I want to make my own tones from my music files on my computer. Also what program can i use to convert the files?

    One last thing. I tried to send my own recorded memos from my phone to myself and when I tried to save media it said there is an error saying: Object not saved! [Unknown Object]

    If anybody can help me with any of these problems i would appreciate it.
    Thanks.


    # Cut 30 seconds out of an MP3 (Anything more will not play and will be a waste of space)
    # Encode it to 32kbps or less (a good program for this is Mixcraft and Audacity
    # Place it in the \root\user\sound\ringer directory using QPST or bitpim
    # On the phone go to Menu, 4, 1, ok, clr (Basically your just clicking on the brew button then you hit clear)
    # Menu 7 1 1 1 to select your new ringtone (menu, settings, sound, ringer type, ringer, push the arrow key to the left or right until you get to downloads)
    Last edited by mnann; 10-02-2005 at 09:07 AM.



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    veritas187
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    Thanks alot for the ringtone info it really helped me ohh btw im new to this site hi all



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    mnann
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    Quote Originally Posted by veritas187
    Thanks alot for the ringtone info it really helped me ohh btw im new to this site hi all

    Your welcome



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    mp3 ringtone won't loop

    Thanks for the info. I followed the directions, and successfully get a ringtone into the phone, only it plays once and stops - it doesn't loop as long as the phone is ringing. I tried uploading the file as .mp3, and .mid (thought it's still the mp3 file) with same result. A true midi sequence as .mid I uploaded does loop.

    Any clues?
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    Audiovox 8910 Tutorial - Uploading MP3 Ringtones

    try this Audiovox 8910 Tutorial on uploading MP3 Ringtones.



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    summon
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    thanks for the help



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    TheMorrigan
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    I am FOREVER grateful...a couple questions though

    Quote Originally Posted by mnann
    # Cut 30 seconds out of an MP3 (Anything more will not play and will be a waste of space)
    # Encode it to 32kbps or less (a good program for this is Mixcraft and Audacity
    # Place it in the \root\user\sound\ringer directory using QPST or bitpim
    # On the phone go to Menu, 4, 1, ok, clr (Basically your just clicking on the brew button then you hit clear)
    # Menu 7 1 1 1 to select your new ringtone (menu, settings, sound, ringer type, ringer, push the arrow key to the left or right until you get to downloads)

    http://audiovoxhack.com/
    You have no idea how many hours....even days, I have spent trying to get ringtones uploaded to my phone without paying $3 a pop for them. I looked everywhere and tried every solution I found, but to no avail. I had really about had it for another night when I saw your post and thought...."What the heck...probably a different carrier but I'll give it a shot anyway."

    You are a GOD!

    I've got an Audiovox 8910 with US Cellular as my carrier. I didn't think I'd EVER get past EasyEdge. Your directions worked like a charm. The problem I was having was getting the phone to see the ringtones I put in the directory. Like I said....I went about it in MANY different ways (and am QUITE surprised I didn't ruin my phone altogether). I did get one other way to work but nowhere near as well as the way you said to do it. What a mess. I had to picture message a ringtone to myself and save it to the media center. Something awful happened to the sound quality in that translation and it changed the file extension to some bizarre extension that I never heard of. You could barely hear the ringtone when the phone rang. I fixed that problem by overwriting the file sent to my phone with the original file on my computer. That fixed the low volume problem but there was a long delay in the start of the ringtone when a call was received.

    Once again.....you saved me MANY HOURS of further searching and some pretty crappy sounding ringtone issues. I cannot thank you enough. I'm TOTALLY new to the cellphone modifying thing so I was completely clueless. Thank you again. You're the BEST!!!

    I did have two other questions though. At the point where you go to Menu, 4, 1, ok, clr, should BitPim still be up and running with the phone connected through the cable. That's the way I was doing it but I don't know if it matters one way or the other. I certainly don't want to ruin the darn phone after finally getting this far. Also, do you need to do that for EACH ringtone you put on the phone or can you put, say, five tones in the directory and THEN do the Menu, 4, 1, ok, clr thing??
    Last edited by TheMorrigan; 08-26-2005 at 07:20 PM. Reason: Thought of questions I forgot to ask



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    mnann
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMorrigan
    Once again.....you saved me MANY HOURS of further searching and some pretty crappy sounding ringtone issues. I cannot thank you enough. I'm TOTALLY new to the cellphone modifying thing so I was completely clueless. Thank you again. You're the BEST!!!

    I did have two other questions though. At the point where you go to Menu, 4, 1, ok, clr, should BitPim still be up and running with the phone connected through the cable. That's the way I was doing it but I don't know if it matters one way or the other. I certainly don't want to ruin the darn phone after finally getting this far. Also, do you need to do that for EACH ringtone you put on the phone or can you put, say, five tones in the directory and THEN do the Menu, 4, 1, ok, clr thing??
    Your welcome Yes you can do it with or without the phone still connected and with more than one tone.
    Last edited by mnann; 10-22-2005 at 01:52 AM.



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