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    jncgraham
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    I used to make ring tones for my LG verizon phone with Bit Pim Using Gold wave and CD N Go to make and compress the data. Does anyone know how to do this with Sanyo's MM-8300 (sprint phone)? If so what program's do I need to do this?


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    J.L. Caldwell
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    Well, lets turn this into a more general conversation but with that specific goal in mind.
    I too, have the Sanyo MM-8300, and I too want to make and/or find ringtones for it.

    We need to find out what kind of music file works on the phone.
    I'll do some searching and return with that answer ASAP.



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    J.L. Caldwell
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    Using Bitpim 0.8.06.
    as stated in the Bitpim help section for Sanyo phones: "BitPim can transfer ringers and images to all supported Sanyo phones. Only PNG and MIDI files may be sent to the phones. QCP and other format ringers can not be transferred to the phone. This is a limitation of the phone, not BitPim."

    That's all I have for now,
    Other file types I'm running into are:
    m4a, Qcp, among others.
    Ringerpost.com has been a good site for getting ringers, I just hope they are the right kind of files.
    Once we find all the file types that work on the MM-8300, we'll then see what programs can make/edit them.

    Laters
    Last edited by J.L. Caldwell; 01-18-2006 at 10:35 PM.



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    J.L. Caldwell
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    One thing I found odd was the last line in this bit of text from the help menu in bitpim:
    "The phonebook and calendar are supported on the SCP-4900, RL-4920, SCP-5300, SCP-5400 (RL2500), SCP-5500 (VM4500), SCP-7200 (RL2000), SCP-7300 (RL7300), MM-7400, SCP-8100 (Sprint and Bell Mobility versions), PM-8200 and MM-8300. The filesystem on all of these phones, except for the MM-8300 is supported."
    So that doesn't help our cause any.

    with my LG VX6000 I used to just go to the filesystem and copy the pics from the camera to my computer it was so easy.

    Hang in there soon we will be mastering the 8300.
    More info tomorrow....
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    abiriv
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    My Experience

    Ok I also have a Sanyo MM8300 but I make my ringtones. I use midi, qcp or mp4/aac ringer formats. I make my own ringers in qcp by using Nero Wave Editor (QCP or AAC) or any Wave Editor and Qualcomm Pure Voice (QCP). Peace



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    J.L. Caldwell
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    Thanks for the help, seriously! I'll look into the programs and see if I can add some more info.
    Thanks again!!!



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    time2xplode
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    mm 8300

    alright i feel as if im getting really close to finally puting something on my phone. im converting my wav ringtone with purevoice converter downloaded here.... http://www.cdmatech.com/products/purevoice_download.jsp But once i convert it i cannot open it in bitpim any help would be awsome



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    abiriv
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    Another Tip

    Ok once u have the qcp ringtone done just head over to www.funformobile.com there you are able to upload this ringer to the website for free and that will then send it to your cel as a text message in order for you to download it. You must have PCS VISION for this work.

    Remember this: QCP sounds lower in quality and volume than an AAC/MP4 rintone. peace



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    time2xplode
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    Can i open mp4 on bitpim? And where is a easy to use converter for mp3 to mp4 (wav to mp4) i do not have pcs vision



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    J.L. Caldwell
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    I have a lot of tones from ringerpost.com but as usual there's always a problem.
    Using Bitpim can be a nightmare, It recognises my phone, it even reads the tones i have on the phone but sending tones through the pc sync option has been useless. The phone shows that it is in PC SYNC mode and everything acts like it is working but, no results.

    As for turning one type of file into other types I'm not there yet especially when there are just so many others doing it for us, such as on ringerpost.com



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