Ringtones

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    Hey! Would anyone happen to know where i can get good,nice,free ringtones? I've used phonezoo before..but wasnt very impressed. I just need a website that is COMPLETELY Free...no hidden fees or anything.
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    Mabilo from the Market on the phone
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    Unfortunately, Mabilo is only popping up wallpapers on the marketplace.
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    Thankyou! So they are completely free?? And I just go to the market app. On droid and search it?
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    Soooooo do you know where I can get free ringtones??
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    Nope. Searching myself. If I find it I'll post in here.
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    Try zedge.net dancedroid
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    Thanks!!! Is zedge totally free?? No hidden fees or anything?
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    Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!
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    An app called "Ringtone" by ringtone (I know, its sounds corny) is free and is actually pretty nice.
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    Hahahahaha thankyou!! All of you have been much help!! Getting my motorola droid Monday!!! Woo!
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    "ringdroid" - you can crop segments from your MP3's and assign them as ringtones / notifications, etc..

    *Personal note: I had a bad first experience with my Droid; my TXT client (no matter which app) would constantly crash. It got narrowed down to one of 2-3 apps. Both Zedge and Ringdroid are among those 2-3 (the third one i can't remember). Either way, after having those removed from my phone everything worked perfectly :)
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    Haha maybe I won't use those 2 hahaha but Is ringdroid free??
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    Ringdroid is free, and really easy to use.

    Until I got this phone I never put ringtones on any of my phones. But I just use some music that I have, edit in Ringdroid, and voila! I have ringtones. No fuss, no muss, and 100,000% free.
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    Thanks....but I'm sorta new to the droid....how can I get music?? LOL
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    Well if you upload music into your Droid from your computer then you can just use the ringtone apps like RingDroid to cut them where you want them. Also to simplify things Ringtones, Wallpapers, Videos and more from Myxer.com does free ringtones. The Verizon agent gave it to me last year and they still work.
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    I don't even know how I can transfer music......I'm not stupid just I've never dealt w/ music,ringtones....etc.in previous phones. Thanks so much for your help!
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    Do a Google search for ringtones. There are thousands of tones for free download. Then drag and drop them to your SD card. You can also create your own by clipping sound bits from songs. As for free music, you already have Amazon MP3 app installed. Do a search for "free". Amazon gives away a lot of free albums and singles every week.
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    1) Conenct your droid to your computer via USB cable
    2) Slide the notification bar down (on the droid)
    3) Click the "USB Connected" notification
    4) Click Mount
    ** Depending on how your PC is setup, you should get a pop-up window saying "new media detected" (or something) - either way...

    5) Open the folder / drive that corresponds to the phone
    6) Create a folder called Media
    a. Open the Media folder, and create a folder called Audio
    b. Inside the Audio folder create a folder called Music
    7) Copy over your personal MP3s from your computer to the Music folder
    8) Once you have the music you want on your phone, close out any open windows that correspond to the droid sdcard (most likely just the one window with the Music folder displayed)...
    9) Use the "Safely Remove device" application on your computer to "eject" the Motorola device (assuming it's a DROID)
    10) Upon successful completion of step 9, pull down the notification bar on your droid
    11) Click Turn off USB Storage
    12) Click Turn Off

    ..give it a few seconds and you can disconnect the phone from the comptuer if you like. Either way, you should now have an sdcard on your phone complete with your personal MP3s. The music apps (including Ringdroid) should automatically find them. If not, just remember the location of the folders you created, and where you dumped your music at, and use the application to browse to them.

    **The folder structure I suggested to make is nothing more than a suggestion - granted a very good one for organization purposes. What I did, was have various subfolders inside the media folder (such as videos, and pictures). Inside the Audio folder, aside from music, I also have alarms, notifications, and ringtones. Believe it or not, the Android OS actually recognizes these folders as their named - so if you want to use a full blown 5min MP3 as an alarm in the morning, copy it over to the "alarms" folder (media -> audio -> alarms). I'm giving you more info than you asked for, but Im fairly certain the question(s) would arise sooner or later ;)
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    Wow,Thankyou VERY much for your help. :icon_ banana: