BitPim doesn't seem to work - need to transfer Ring Tones

Newenglandguy

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Had a LG Voyager and now have the Droid2. Can't get BitPim working, as I need to transfer my Ring Tones. Is there any other method, or does someone know if I can select another Motorola phone from the list?
 

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Good news...you won't need BitPim anymore.

Plug the phone into the computer, turn on USB storage, and create a "media" folder on your SD card. Inside the media folder, create another one, titled "audio". Inside audio, create 3 folders; "alarms", "notifications", and "ringtones", and fill them with the tones of your choice.
 

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Have you tried using Bluetooth? I used it to transfer contacts between my wife's LG Dare and her D2. I think I did some ringtones too.

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I'd suggest just finding the ringtones in a supported format on the new device. I transferred my wife's contacts with BitPIM but didn't even bother with ringtones.
 
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