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    MtraX
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    Hi

    It seems the only way to load data onto the phone (media) is to get a flash card reader and to directly copy it to the flash disk. You must however create the right folders on the SD disk (media) to get the phone to recognise it as playable files.

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    what are the proper folders so that the phone reads the songs fromt he card as being in the my content folder?



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    it must be called media to read mp3's.



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    goto funformobile and upload from there. so long as you have unlimited browser on your plan it is good no charge from the site



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    With unlimited browser, use http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/ and put them on your phone.
    Any mp3, aac, mp4, 3gp, and 3g2 media can be used, providing it's not too large.
    Put mp3's in the "Media" folder on the transflash, not the "Music" folder.
    You need to install the software that came with your phone and have either a data cable or use infrared with your laptop or bluetooth.
    The phone doesn't come with any software, you must download it from Samsung. Infrared doesn't work. Bluetooth works extremely well. None of these allow file transfer with the A920.
    Making your own ringtones is not easy, but can be achieved if you have experience with midi editing software.
    Ringtones are extremely easy. You don't need a midi. Any mp3 or aac will work.
    If you just want to upload songs from your CD's, you should get CD ripping software, that will convert your songs to MP3 so that you can upload it to your phone.
    Exactly.
    Remember that you usually can't use a full song as ringtone, so you're going to have to edit it a bit (use SoundForge or similar software). For creating your own midi files, use something like Cubase VST.
    Yes, you can use a full song as a ringtone, although it's pointless. You do not need huge expensive audio apps to do it. Audacity (free) or Goldwave (shareware) will easily cut an mp3 (or .wav from a CD) to about a minute, then save it as mp3.
    CDEX will rip any CD to mp3 (free) and Super video converter (also free) will convert the mp3 to aac (smaller file size, same quality).
    Super will convert any avi or mpg to 3gp or 3g2 format to use as video ringers, or you can load video clips converted to 3gp onto the Media folder of the transflash (great for music videos).



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    Re: Samsung a920 Ringtone Help!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by reboot
    Yes, you can use a full song as a ringtone, although it's pointless...
    Hi Reboot

    My point was you can't use it on all phones, allthough I guess you're talking about the phone in question. You're right, it's pointless since your phone goes on voicemail after a certain amount of rings anyway (what like 30 seconds or less).

    MtraX



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