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mp3 to ring tones
Since I am new with a Curve 8350i, I just found out that I can move my songs into my ring tones, and they work. Does this work on all new BB?
yes i believe you can use any sound/song/tune as a ringtone that is saved onto the phone and/or memory card on any new BB's
More than meets the eye.
Thanks, I always assumed you had to use a program to convert the files.
Now I just drag and drop songs,
wmc, do you have a media card in your device?
If not, and you like a lot of songs on your device, you'll find that these will fill up device memory pretty quick, so I'd highly recommend investing in a media card! You can store your songs, ringtones, pictures, etc there.
While picking a ringtone you should be able to browse to your music as well, you dont have to move them into your ringtones folder neccesarily
It takes many professionals versed in many different area's to help the masses, I am just a single drop in that pool.
That's good for starters!
Originally Posted by wmc1958
What OS comes with the 8350? Options>About, 3rd line down.
Here is a list of media card capacities by OS.
v126.96.36.199 (Platform 188.8.131.52)???
Sounds right! So if they were available, you could put a 32gb card in that puppy!
As it stands now, though, 16gb is the largest card available. Saw one on Amazon.com the other day for less than $52.00!
download free ringtones
Mp3 to ring tones can be converted by using the ring tone converter software,in addition to this i would like to suggest you a site where you can download various ring tones for free.
In MY opinion, the Roxio media software that RIM is using isn't great. I have yet to get it to convert audio or video in any kind of timely manner.
Originally Posted by hydengene
I suggest downloading the free "Audacity" software and the LAME encoders for mp3. All you need to do is open an mp3 in Audacity, select the part of the song you want, add any effects, volume changes, etc. and save selection as... Then just copy or move it to your phone. I use drag and drop with mass storage enabled. It's up to you, I just find I need less aspirin/ibuprofen/aleve with this method. ;-)
Some software like nextpimp can do the converting for you.
Sorry bout the zombie thread, but I just tried audacity for the first time and it...is...AMAZING.
I've been looking for something like this for a LONG time.
Can't believe it's been out there so long without my knowledge.
Meat, you're a freakin' lifesaver!!
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