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    CChamp
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    Has anyone figured out yet how to put their own ringtones onto the new R800 Delve. Appears Samsung has tried to make it so you can"t. CC


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    Xanthe
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    Quote Originally Posted by CChamp View Post
    Has anyone figured out yet how to put their own ringtones onto the new R800 Delve. Appears Samsung has tried to make it so you can"t. CC
    I have been able to transfer from my mac to the delve, with bluetooth and with the cable that comes with it, i can see and play the ringtone, but it is unable to be set as a ringtone.

    I have Alltel, I know that they have issues and maybe thats the problem...
    Hope that helped.



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    gottahelp
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    OK, I got you....it's kind of long and convoluted but here goes....

    First put whatever mp3 you want to use as a ringtone into a separate folder. Change the folder's settings so that it shows the entire name of the ringtone complete with extension (.mp3). Next rename the file, but only change the mp3 to qcp. Then bluetooth it to your phone. It will show up in the "my sounds". It is ready to go. Since you don't have a lot of phone memory, try using a program like Audacity to cut pieces of the song out and then bluetooth the part you want.

    BTW, my phone would only show up as a mass storage device when I plugged the usb cable into my phone first, selected mass storage, and then plugged the usb end into the cpu. Weird.

    Ascending ringtone baloney...call your service provider and tell them to increase the number of rings before your voice mail picks up....mine's at 11 and i can catch all of my calls now.

    Hope all this helps..good luck.
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    jhoward
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    Go to myxer.com and you can send your mp3's to your Delve as ringtones.



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    kellierenee010
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    I tried myxer.com and it doesnt work. it couldnt figure out which format would work with the samsung delve so I tried mpe & qcp and downloaded both but couldnt find them after I downloaded them!



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    kellierenee010
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanthe View Post
    I have been able to transfer from my mac to the delve, with bluetooth and with the cable that comes with it, i can see and play the ringtone, but it is unable to be set as a ringtone.

    I have Alltel, I know that they have issues and maybe thats the problem...
    Hope that helped.
    Yea I have alltel also & I called them to ask them how to do it & the guy I talked to said that they have it blocked for copyright issues



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    billybob2769
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    I pull out my memory chip and use a MSI Bluetooth dongle to transfer mp3's to phone. Once on phone the mp3 shows in 'my ringtones'. When done transferring I just put memory card back in.

    I first used my Razor to transfer mp3's to my Delve via Bluetooth but that got old and I bought the MSI BToes 2.0 USB dongle for $10, which makes it way easy.

    The cable that comes with phone works for charging and using the phone as a flash drive only. Any mp3's go directly to the card and not the phone memory.

    I tried myxer.com with US cellular and it doesn't work.



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    jhoward
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    Quote Originally Posted by billybob2769 View Post
    I pull out my memory chip and use a MSI Bluetooth dongle to transfer mp3's to phone. Once on phone the mp3 shows in 'my ringtones'. When done transferring I just put memory card back in.

    I first used my Razor to transfer mp3's to my Delve via Bluetooth but that got old and I bought the MSI BToes 2.0 USB dongle for $10, which makes it way easy.

    The cable that comes with phone works for charging and using the phone as a flash drive only. Any mp3's go directly to the card and not the phone memory.

    I tried myxer.com with US cellular and it doesn't work.
    I have been using myxer for a week to put ringtones on my Delve .
    I have US Cellular so I don't know why it doesn't work for anyone else.



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    jhoward
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    When you go to myxer to sign up an account if you don't select any phone you will be able to send ringtones to the delve.



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    melbeez
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    Re: Samsung Delve Ringtones?

    This thread is great.. I was beginning to think that no one on the internets cared about delve users. Certainly Samsung and alltel don't.

    I followed the link sent via the txt (for myxer), chose QCP as the format and it gets to the download ringtone screen.. I click on this link and nothing seems to happen. If it is saving it, where is it going? I checked all of the folders in multimedia.

    Additionally, what is the "save item" option in preferences in the web browser?



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