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

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    Thanks alot man it worked great. I went with the 64kbps setting though and it sounds amazing.

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    Angry frustrated...

    I don't quite understand what i am doing wrong. i got the usb cable for the lg vx 6000 from cellularaccessory.com . It came with the drivers and i installed them with no problem. i have both bitpim (designed for the vx 6000) and sound forge 7.0 installed and working. i have opened an mp3 file and followed the directions as originally posted. i then add it to my phone and it goes in fine, i can see it on the phone. but when i hi-lite it, it doesnt play! what am i doing wrong?! ANY suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks

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    hey

    Will someone upload or email me a small mp3 that has been converted to midi so I can try to upload it.

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    Vick Bhatia

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    Re: frustrated...

    Originally posted by cousins
    I don't quite understand what i am doing wrong. i got the usb cable for the lg vx 6000 from cellularaccessory.com . It came with the drivers and i installed them with no problem. i have both bitpim (designed for the vx 6000) and sound forge 7.0 installed and working. i have opened an mp3 file and followed the directions as originally posted. i then add it to my phone and it goes in fine, i can see it on the phone. but when i hi-lite it, it doesnt play! what am i doing wrong?! ANY suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks
    That is the same problem I have been having. Anyone have any suggestions?

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    Does anybody know if this works (or can work) on a 4400? (I didn't read the whole thread, sorry if this is said already.)

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    you won't be able to email the rings to your 4400 but I don't see why you wouldnt be able to add the mp3z

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    nevermind...

    i figured out what the problem was. for all you having the same problem, when you go to save the song you have edited (as directed by the original post) you need to select '.mp3' from the file type list. i didnt see that before because i was always looking for '.mid' but since it isnt there i was just saving it as a '.wav'. anyway, thank you to everyone, especially Knock.

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    Hi everyone,

    This is my first post but I've lurked for a while here and learned a lot. I used the instructions in the first post but when I try to send an mp3 file to my phone I get this error message (using the bitpim for the vx6k that I got with my data cable).

    Any suggestions? I don't know what this means...

    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 197, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 138, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1006, in senddata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1018, in writeringtone
    File "com_lgvx6000.pyo", line 538, in saveringtones
    File "com_lgvx6000.pyo", line 496, in saveprettystuff
    File "com_lgvx6000.pyo", line 661, in writefile
    File "com_lgvx6000.pyo", line 894, in sendbrewcommand
    File "com_lgvx6000.pyo", line 934, in _sendbrewcommand
    BrewCommandException: Brew Error 0x0d
    Thanks,

    Dustin

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    hey all, let me start off by saying that im an iden fan but i just got me a VX6000 today. It's on prepaid so i cant use get it now to get some ringtones or wallpapers. I know how to upload MIDI's and WAV"s to my i730 so im not that stupid. What i want to know is can i use the same MIDI files i use for my nextel with my VX6000? They're type 0 files. Also how must the picture be formatted in order to use it as a wallpaper?

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    Can this method be used to download tunes to LG 44oo?

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    anyone have an equivalent of soundforge for macintosh? i try a program call audacity but it doesnt work no matter what i do.

    anyone know anything?

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    Originally posted by doe
    Hi everyone,

    This is my first post but I've lurked for a while here and learned a lot. I used the instructions in the first post but when I try to send an mp3 file to my phone I get this error message (using the bitpim for the vx6k that I got with my data cable).

    Any suggestions? I don't know what this means...



    Thanks,

    Dustin
    It could mean a couple of things: Either your MP3 file is too big. I had that problem before so I shrank it to under 400K. Or else you have that music file open somewhere else, ie Soundforge or your music player. So make sure all other programs are closed that could be using the file.

    Question: anyone know of any key generators or cracks for Soundforge? The trial is ending soon, and well, you know...(being a product of the "Pepsi Generation" )
    That program works great!!!

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    Can You put the mp3s on the 4400??

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    why dont you follow the instructions here and try it for the vx4400 - ive heard some ppl way it does and some say it doesnt - then let us know how it goes

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    renaming file

    ok i am a lil new to this...i dont know how to rename the file to .mid i save the changed mp3 to a folder i have in my documents ......can anyone help ?

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