No problem, I appreciate the effort. I'll keep playing around with things & keep surfing the forum to see if anything else might help. Thanks again for trying...=)
I was able to find another way to download the ringtones, within the cellsea.com site, you can find the mp3 of your choice, or do what I did, upload a video from youtube and convert it to an mp3, edit the section you would like as a ringtone, and once it's created, you can log onto m.cellsea.com through your mobile browser, and from there, long press the "download" button, and save link. Schewww. Now if I can only figure out how to rename the songs in my Droid, I think I'll be ok...=)
Yeah, took a little trial & error and a little patience, but it all worked out in the end. It's also nice to know there's this awesome community to help some of us get through the tough times...=)
I can totally relate. Just a few clicks ago, I figured out how to rename my mp3 files by downloading Astro File Manager, and figured out how to assign different ringtones to different contacts. Gotta love this forum...=)
Astro is one of the best apps I ever downloaded. You can also go to settings and back up all of your apps through astro just in case you ever need to do a factory reset or download a bad update from the market. Makes it easy to restore your apps
I am having the EXACT same problem. I did find 2 mp3 ringtones in my music folder.
I have a follow up question & sorry if it's been asked. When I email myself a pic or mp3 with my aol (not using my browser to go to aol but the email in teh phone) it will not let me download any attachments. Do you know why? I think i saw it someewhere on the thread about a mobile setting? I can't find it now.
Also, this may sound dumb, but when i do the long hold, i do not get sd card as well. However, sometimes, it shows files downloaded....where did they go? I have no idea? Is there a download file on the Droid?
Thanks for your help & sorry for the dumb questions.
from your phone, access the cellsea site.
from there click the "download to PC" option.
This will download the ringtone to your phone under downloads, which will also save it to your Music folder.
Once you open the download (either by going into your Notifications, Downloads, or Music folders), you can then set the ringtone by clicking the "menu" button.
You can then choose to set the ringtone for all calls or specific contact calls.
Hope this helps!!