johnboy12

using mp3s as ringtones

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johnboy12    0

ok. I put some mp3s on my q9h. how do I use them as ringtones???? wont show up in ringtone settings..... i tried moving them to the "my ringtones" flder. didnt work? anyone know how?????

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zelendel    0
ok. I put some mp3s on my q9h. how do I use them as ringtones???? wont show up in ringtone settings..... i tried moving them to the "my ringtones" flder. didnt work? anyone know how?????

you have to remove the ringtone size limite. HKCU\controlpanle\sounds\filesizelimite change it to 0 and then you will be able to use a full mp3 as a ringtone.

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johnboy12    0
you have to remove the ringtone size limite. HKCU\controlpanle\sounds\filesizelimite change it to 0 and then you will be able to use a full mp3 as a ringtone.

worked perfectly!! thanx!

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johnboy12    0
Ne time

does anyone know how to use just a section of the song as a ringtone, like the chorus? how would i record it then save it?

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zelendel    0

There is a program called Nero that i used to use to cut parts of a song out for use as ringtones. you would have to edit the file on your pc and then tramsfer it to you Q9h.

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revelatio83    0
does anyone know how to use just a section of the song as a ringtone, like the chorus? how would i record it then save it?

Another way around it is to download Audacity which is a simple opensource software. This allow's you the freedom to cut out the part of the song which you can use as your ringtone.

you can download it here ^^

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