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add a song as a contact ringtone

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by paverman, Mar 14, 2010.

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    how do I add a song from my music to a contacts ringtone?
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    Select the contact, tap menu, tap options, tap ringtone

    Mike
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    Get Ringdroid from the Market. Makes making a part of a song simple.
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    ringtones

    Thanks for reply I found that process but I was trying to add songs from my music folder as ringtones. Is this possible?
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    Thanks I found it and it will do what I am looking for
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    Good. It's really simple. I've given just about everyone in my phone their own ringtone.
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    Yes see my previous reply.

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    Welcome, paverman! If you want to add anything (sounds, wav files, songs, whatever) it's very simple. Just mount your Droid and create a directory called "media" directly on the SD card. Then in the media directory create a subdirectory called "audio". Then in the audio directory create three subdirectories called "notifications", "ringtones", and "alarms". Then just drop your files into the appropriate folder, and assign ringtones to contacts, email, and the alarm clock.

    For notifications: media/audio/notifications
    For ringtones: media/audio/ringtones
    For alarms: media/audio/alarms

    That's worked for me and after few months I've had no issues at all. Each assigned ringtone works each time and shows up on the correct list of choices. It's that easy! You should be all set!

    :welcome:
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    Ringdroid is WONDERFUL
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