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    debbiezdu
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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    I've tried it exactly what you posted here, but it was still silence when the call came in... By the way, I changed the ringtone of a contact instead of incoming call, in the information of the contact, the ringtone's name was blank, and when I hit play, it was silence, too...


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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    Quote Originally Posted by debbiezdu View Post
    I've tried it exactly what you posted here, but it was still silence when the call came in... By the way, I changed the ringtone of a contact instead of incoming call, in the information of the contact, the ringtone's name was blank, and when I hit play, it was silence, too...
    I have ring tones set to three or more of my contacts and they work just fine. Are you using a Micro SD card in your phone or straight on the phones memory? (I use a Micro SD card)
    I had the exact same problem when i first tried assigned them to contacts i would play the ringtone and nothing. Changing the file name to this did the trick for me (File_name.mp3)This is in the name shown on your computer .3G2 this is the format. The super program will do this for you. Who is your service provider? i have Sprint. The ringtones that i have assigned to contacts are i_knew.m, peter_gr, silence_ that is exactly how they appear on my phone.
    If this doesn't work feel free to contact me. or post the steps you have tried and i will see if i can help.



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    I've been thinking about making a video for people having problems... If people keep having problems, then I likely make a video, especially if there is enough demand for it.



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    there are so many people reply your problem , it have been setted ,



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    I have had this same problem. I have cut the time down to 30 sec, and converted to a 3g2 and i will assign the ringer, but as soon as someone calls it reverts back to my old ringer. I've tried everything I know to try with the same results...any advice????



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    Have you changed the name of your ringtones so they read file name (.mp3) I remember having the same problem until i changed a few things i don't remember what exactly fixed it.
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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    ok, i tried a combination of everything listed here before I came up with the step-by-step that worked for me...

    Download Audacity (Audio editor)
    Download LAME MP3 Encoder (There is a link for this on the Audacity site)
    Import the desired song into Audacity and edit it to the appropriate length...something around 512kb or so, I can't remember the exact number that my phone gave me as the max size for a ringer...
    Click File > Export as MP3
    Audacity will ask for the location of LAME, they only ask you to locate the DLL once...
    Now is where the confusing part comes in...
    type the name to your new ringer followed by .3g2 (I used Stellar by Incubus, so that will be my example)
    so in the Export window the filename was Incubus-Stellar.3g2
    now the key is to change the file type, the little drop-down menu under file name. The options should be MP3 or All Files....go with All Files...
    Audacity will then inform you that the MP3 that is being created by export has a file extension that is not .mp3 and that some devices won't read it. That's ok with us, because the Highnote will...

    Now you should have an MP3 file with a .3g2 extension...connect your phone to your computer, go to tools > Mass Storage > Connect to PC
    copy the .3g2 file from your computer into the DCIM > 100 folder (the one mentioned before by others)...then disconnect your phone from your computer

    Now how you apply the ringer probably won't matter, but in case it does this is what worked for me...
    I hit Contacts then chose the person to apply it to, clicked ok to open up the screen that shows the Picture, number, and ringer...went to the ringer and then clicked change. Select My Videos then choose the file that you've added to the phone from your memory card. The image for me was a black box with a red X and it still worked just fine. It gave me a message that it was saving the file to my phone and then showed a confirmation message that the ringer was now set...

    I hope this clears up all the confusion about an MP3 file format with a .3g2 extension...enjoy



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    That sounds great and I will try that, I was wondering if you know if that same process will work but instead set as "incoming calls" ringtone.... do you know off hand?



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    Spent most of Saturday using various programs to put ringtones on two high notes. Finally found "Ventones"; an easy, free program to convert mp3's.
    You upload your mp3, play it and set pre set size box to desired start point.
    You can't just download from this point as it will not be in the correct format. You must "click here for special instructions" and then "save target" to your specified folder on your pc. I created 3. 2 of them worked fine and 1 wouldn't work, it reverted to the default ringtone.
    As has been stated, you must save to your DCIM 100*** folder. What worked best for me was to go to photos, memory card, select the video (it should be a green box with no picture),
    click on options and assign it to either voice calls (incoming ringer) or an individual contact.
    Hope this saves some of you some time
    Last edited by rdurkee24; 06-08-2009 at 11:36 AM. Reason: added content



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    Re: Samsung M630 (highnote) ringtone question

    Still not working for me... everything seemed great but then... no sound at all when the call came in.



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