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ringtone problem

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guys, i finally got my 1GB SD card, its a cheap one though, costing me for only about RM230 (US$70) ahahahaha... now i got 1 problem, shortage of space >"<

i really need to reduce the space taken by ringtones to load more mp3s... ive searched throughout this web, and it seems than WM2002 cant use wma as ringtone? i hope you guys can help me out with this problem ^^

thx alot

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Hi,

Can't see how you're short of space with a one gig card, there's enough room for approx, 20 hours of music.

Convert all your music to 48 kbits/sec, [no one I know can hear the difference through headphones] that will reduce the size of the files by at least half, then, as the MPX200 will only use .WAV files for ringtones and alerts, trim your selected ringtone to about 10/15 seconds, [not far short of a Meg !], and put the whole lot onto your storage card in a directory called "sounds", create it if there isn't one, then, install a free program called Jeyo Personaliser on the phone, it selects the .WAV files for ringtones and lets windows media player on the phone find the MP3 or WMA music, but if you then go back into settings\sounds the phone then reverts to the bog standard tones, so you have to go back into Jeyo and reset them all again.

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Convert all your music to 48 kbits/sec

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err... 48 kbits sounds like... low quality ahahahaha... i prefer 128 kbits for my mpx200 and 192 kbits for my pc btw :)

as for the ringtone, i guess ill just surrender, although i know changing to wm2003 will enable the use of wma as a ringtone, i just dont feel like reseting my phone for the time being :D

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