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Ringtones etc....

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by ffemt300, Nov 23, 2009.

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    I am wondering how to access the place where the ringtones are stored on the phone when I hook up my Droid to my PC. My dilemma is this. I have some ringtones that i have sent to my phone...from the downloads folder i can do Menu>Use as ringtone and it sends it to the ringtone folder and allows it to be selected as a call ringtone. I have a few sounds that I would like to use as text ringtones but the list of notification tones to choose from are different than the call ringtones. Anyone know how to get a custom tone to show up in the list for notification tones?
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    Download "ringdroid" from the Market and install it. There you can make custom tones and save them as ringtones or notification tones
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    You can connect the Droid to your Pc via the USB cable and create the following directory structure on your SD card.

    Create a directory called "Media".
    Then in the "Media" directory, create a sub-directory called "Audio".
    Then in the "Audio" directory, create sub-directories called "Notifications", "Ringtones", and "Alarms".

    Copy your sounds to the respective directories above and they should show up for you in the menus.
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    Thanks. I got that app. Works good so far.
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    Thanks for the help guys, l was wondering if l create my own ringtones what is the best audio format to use (and what formats can l use ie> mp3, wav, mid ?) and what filesize/length should l shoot for?
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