[HowTo] Create your own Ringtones - Discussion

Discussion in 'Android Audio and Video' started by RinTinTigger, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. RinTinTigger
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    is this software mac compatible?
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    download Audacity. It's free.
    edit your .wavs or mp3's.
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    Is the droids ringtones .mp3 ? or .wav?
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    dunno....i guess its wav, cuz wav is lossless!
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    good stuff...thanks..
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    What format for ringtones does the droid read?
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    I use RingDroid to create my own fringtonesfrom downloaded songs. If I only want one line from a 3 minute song, it allows me to edit by dragging a start and stop time to customize the song. I can then save it as a notification, a ringtone, music, or alarm. Totally awesome!
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    It can use MP3's
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    Creating ringtones is no problem. I use wavepad and fade out all of mine at the end because i hate it when ringtones stop short and sound abrupt. But how do I save the files on the SD card so that the droid recognizes it as a ringtone and not a music file?

    It was easier on my old voyager but I'm having trouble getting it on this phone.
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    When you save it as a MP3 it will think its a music file however you can set any song as your ring tone. Bring up up the song on the music player, hit menu, then set as ring tone.
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    Okay, so I can get ringtones and such on there, but I can't seem to get them to show up for the notifications...any help there? (I know, an older thread sorry)

    edit: nevermind, figured it out
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    Share - please.
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    aRing

    I'm running CyanogenMOD 6, but I found the notification sounds in /system/media/audio/notifications using Astro file manager. I can't figure out how to move the new files off my sd-card into that folder, but a free app called aRing (in the market) set the file for use as a notification without moving it. (I changed my .wav's to .ogg's using the free version of Switch from nchsoftware.com, not sure if I had to.)
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    Ringdroid, highly recommend it. P.s. I also suggest you try ShapeWriter. Best thing in my life since root.

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
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    Where is the information about which folder to put the music file into? I just got my Droid 2 Global, and I am clueless!

    When I go to Files, File Manager, Phone Files on my Phone, it just says "Memory card is Missing!". The card is very much there, and it's the one that came with the phone. 8Gig. What is going on?
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