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Thread: Tutorial: How to put mp3 rintones on your LG VX6000 for dummies!

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    Anyone know how to make these 30kb mp3 ringers repeat? Mine only rings once then stops.
    - out...

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    you would have to make it repeat in the program. which would make it 60k. the phone can't repete mp3's as far as we know.

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    Angry Iono

    Ryan,

    I was kind enough not to mention that in my last post, but since you want to take this conversation the nasty route and not credit the ORIGNIAL author, then you got it! Your damn 1,204,985 STEP tuturoial isn't clear nor consice. I got a headache just looking at it. Infact, after reading it i became confused on how to load MP3's onto my VX6000. Ohh yeah, by the way....there are a few missing steps in your tutorial i thought u might have wanted brought to you attention.

    Continue flamming and you will be banned.
    Last edited by lgreenberg; 12-05-2003 at 05:07 AM.

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    Randyman,

    I'm sorry that a tutorial designed for dummies was too hard for you to understand. Luckly alot of other users seem to think it's awesome, just read some of the replies!

    When I made this tutorial, I did not look at anything from your post. I made it all by myself by using the method that seemed to work the best for me. I don't see how you deserve any credit.

    Last but not least, this is a forum, not a fighting ring. When you talk about scratching body parts and engaging in sexual activities, you've lowered yourself to a 5th grader having a temper tantrum. Act like an adult, be civil. We're all here trying to learn new info for our cool phones.

    -Ryan

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    i haven't been able to get bitpim to work on my comp and recognize my phone (but that is another issue) so i connected the phone through GAGIN...but i cant get the files to upload. q


    how big are these MP3 files you guys are uploading? i made one that was only 22seconds long but is was 1,900kb! i thought i followed the directions correctly but apparently i missed something....

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    Soon2BMaxed,


    I don't use Gagin but using sound forge and bitpm V0.62. Did you make sure you followed these steps...

    15. Go to “Process”
    16. Go down and click on “Resample”
    17. Set the “New Sample Rate to 22,050 Hz
    18. Press “Okay”
    19. Click on “File”
    20. Click on “Save As”
    21. Click on “Customize”
    22. Click on “Convert to mono”
    23. Click on “Bit Rate”
    24. Find and click on 32kbps, 22050 Hz
    25. Click “Ok”
    26. Go to “File Name” and rename your clip with a short title.
    27. Click “Save”



    My current ringtone is the ENTIRE Nirvanna "Smells like teen spirit" song which is over 3.5 minutes long.

    Good Luck

    -Ryan

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    What's the point of having an entire song when it will only ring for 30 seconds or so before forwarding to your VM?

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    Originally posted by Lenahan2001
    Soon2BMaxed,


    I don't use Gagin but using sound forge and bitpm V0.62. Did you make sure you followed these steps...

    15. Go to “Process”
    16. Go down and click on “Resample”
    17. Set the “New Sample Rate to 22,050 Hz
    18. Press “Okay”
    19. Click on “File”
    20. Click on “Save As”
    21. Click on “Customize”
    22. Click on “Convert to mono”
    23. Click on “Bit Rate”
    24. Find and click on 32kbps, 22050 Hz
    25. Click “Ok”
    26. Go to “File Name” and rename your clip with a short title.
    27. Click “Save”



    My current ringtone is the ENTIRE Nirvanna "Smells like teen spirit" song which is over 3.5 minutes long.

    Good Luck

    -Ryan
    so....HOW BIG was the file when you put it on the phone?

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    Re: Addendum....

    Originally posted by EvilSweetness
    How do you send a file to your phone you ask?
    Well, just type +1(area code)(your number) in the ' TO: ' area (i.e. +19015551212), attach the .mid file you renamed, and be sure to put something (anything) in the subject line and main body of the message. I use 'test' for both. Why these have to be there is beyond me, but I run into problems on occasion if it isn't done that way.
    What did you use to send the file to your phone? Just a regular email client with the phone number as the recepient?

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    Soon2BMaxed-

    My biggest ringtone so far was "Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana" which was loaded through Bitpm at 1034254 bytes....it took awhile to load but plays great!


    blulegend-

    Your right, a ringtone only will play approx. 15 sec. It's more or just a toy to show off to others, no other purpose. I'm just trying to see how much will fit. And no, I'm not trying to turn it into a mini portable mp3 player ;=) Just having fun



    -Ryan

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    Quick question....

    Transfering Ringers via Cable = Does it use minutes?

    I am easily assuming that downloading attached ringers from verizon picture service that it does use minutes.

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    Originally posted by eastcoastskiier
    Quick question....

    Transfering Ringers via Cable = Does it use minutes?
    no, it does not...

    Originally posted by eastcoastskiier
    I am easily assuming that downloading attached ringers from verizon picture service that it does use minutes.
    you are correct.

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    I'm currently working on putting the entire "Qeen-We Are The Champions" onto my phone. It takes some time using sound forge to edit the songs characteristics to make it fit, but I'm having fun trying.

    Oh, and forgot to mention, that I'm trying to fit this song on with my other entire song "Nirvana-Smells Like Teen Spirit"

    So, I'd be the first to say that these VX6000 phones hold alot of infomation for their small size.

    -Ryan

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    now if i could only get a cable that works with my 4600

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    how is it possible to make a 15 second mp3 to be able to work over email.... 15 seconds @ 8kbps is far over 30 kb's...please explain...is it possible to change a .wav to mid, because i can make about 60 seconds of music with a wav format
    Last edited by sandstorm03; 12-14-2003 at 03:00 AM.

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