Need help, I'm a noob

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  1. trat

    trat New Member

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    I have an mp3 on my computer I want to send to my phone and I don't know how to get it there. I already attached it to an e-mail and downloaded it to my SD card but I don't know how to extract it to ringdroid. Actually I'm not sure this is the way I should have done it anyway.... can anyone help??
     
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    if you wanna make it a ringtone download an app called ringdroid and you can edit it and an easier way to add music to your phone would be to mount it to your pc and copy over what you want
     
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    I already have the ringdroid app, I'll try getting the music to my phone the way you suggested. Thanks,
     
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    Yea, make a folder on your SD card called music, and put all your music in there, i use an app called btunes to play music, its a itunes rip off, but works really well for the droid
     
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    MP3 to ringtone

    Thanks I tried doing it the way you suggested and it worked perfectly... very cool.
     
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    There's not really a "should". You could connect the USB cable, mount the SD card and copy it over. It's really up to you.

    There are also ways to mount via WiFi but you'd need to search for relevant threads with info.