Mp3 ringtone

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  1. Harleyrm

    Harleyrm New Member

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    This is my first Droid, been forced to use a BB by my company until now, so sorry if this has already been asked (I could'nt find it in a search).
    Is it possible to set ringtones to mp3 that are stored on the memory card?

    Rob
     
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    Download ringdroid app from market. It's free and you can use whatever part of the mp3 you want.

    Sent from my Droid using DroidForums
     
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    Ringtone Maker is similar to Ring droid but has fade in/fade out option
     
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    Set the ringtone

    Thanks for the help, and once again I apologize if the answer is obvious, but when I go into my contacts and try to set the ringtone, all thats listed is the default verizon ringtone.
    I have downloaded the ringtones I made for my last phone to the SD card in the TB, but I can't get them to display when I try to set the ringtone for individual people in my address book.

    Rob
     
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    Use one of the above apps
    Open it, it should find your mp3 files if they're saved to the music folder, select your track.
    Edit and save as ringtone
    Then it will show up as a ringtone in 'Android System'.
    Sure there are other ways but this is stoopid easy.
     
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    You need to put the ringtones in a folder named "ringtones". You can make "ringtones" a subdirectory if you are a organization nut. (you can also have "alarms" and "notifications")

    I have a "media" on the sd root. Then "audio" then "ringtones".

    I did this on my wifes TB and it worked fine.
     
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