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    ferrari1711
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    I recently purchased a samsung E350. Now my phone plays mp3's but for some reason I'm having trouble setting the mp3's as ringtones.

    Does anyone have the same phone or similar situation.

    Thanks


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    Some cell phones can reproduce mp3, but do not install mr3 as ringtone. So is conceived by manufacturer



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    Anyone figured out how to do it for these phones? I'm having problems as well.. I didn't think that I wouldn't be able to set mp3's as ringtones



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    tasgul
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    Same problem

    I have the Samsung T809 and i have the same problem too.It plays the mp3s but wont use them as ringtones i asked this on other forums someone said convert the mp3 files to 3gp fomat but i dont know how to do that.
    If you find a way let me know too.
    Thanks



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    Got the phone, all you have to do is go into the song options and set as ringtone, should work. Thx for trying to help



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    I have a t809 and all you have to do is change the extension from .mp3 to .3gp before you move it to your phone. Do this by finding the file in your folder, then go to folder options in the tools menu and click the view tab scroll down and make sure the box marked hide extensions for known file types is UNCHECKED then apply and click ok. Then go to the file you want to change and right click select rename and delete the .mp3 and put .3gp in its place, after doing this correctly windows will prompt "if you change a file extension the file may become unusable" -{side note make sure the files that you are changing are copies of the original just in case you should always have a backup}- click ok. Now your file is ready for your phone. However, your phone has to be in USB mode and be a removable drive on your computer. Just drag and drop the .3gp file to your phone's music folder and it will be put on the trans flash card, then go to menu -- fun & apps -- file manager -- memory card -- music -- highlight the file you want to select as a ringer then choose options and select set as and then select ringtone or caller ringtone.. Thatís how it is done on the t809 anyways hope this helps someone.



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    thanks alot!!

    thank you soooooooooooooooooooooooo very much.



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    Re: MP3 ringtone help

    hell yeah, thanks I'ma try this when I get home, THANKS A MILLION. I was bummed out when I couldn't set my mp3's as ringtones.



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    Re: MP3 ringtone help

    hey i love my t809 but i hate the fact that i camt make my mp3 ringtones i have tried changing there file name to.3pg my samsung pc studio says thatfile format not supported so i cant do that i tried doing the other thing when you go to ringtones on the phone then i get no voice wht am i doing wrong someone pleaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssssssseeeeeeeeeeee help med



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    Re: MP3 ringtone help

    im confused



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    Re: MP3 ringtone help

    ok don't use the PC studio at all.
    On Ur computer go to Ur where ever you keep your music
    1) copy the ones you want to a separate folder.
    2) change each ones file extension to 3gp. instead of mp3.
    3) plug Ur phone into your computer
    4) go to my computer and find the removable drive that it is
    5) open the music folder in that drive
    6) copy the newly changed music files directly to that folder.
    Now you can go to Ur phone and look in file manager and save them as ring tones



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    Re: MP3 ringtone help

    hey i had such a proplem with making my mp3 into ringtone well i found an easier way 1st of all how long will a ringtone play about a minute right well why dont you just record the music that you like using voice notes then rename it and you and make it your ring tone i tried everything until i heared a song on the radio and used my voice note recorder so that i can search for it and when i got home i was goofiing aroun with the phone tada it worked good luck



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    Re: MP3 ringtone help

    I have the t809 with the same problem, what I did is used a free (and legal) online ringtone site (in my case phonezoo.com) and it sends them to your phone as the correct file type; my phone plays them with no trouble.



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