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Thread: How To Apply Mp3 As Ringtone On Razr Solved

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    Guys...i might be taking it somewhere else...but is there a way to apply as rigtones to those files that were exchanged by BT transfer...I just got a file which i really want to apply as ringtone but just cant seem to get around it...

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    lol, check out post #1 in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Choogar
    I think i must be drunk or something. I've got BitPim all hooked up and I'm looking at the filesystem, but I can't find those files....How wasted am I?

    The 2 files are in the root of the filesystem, just click on the + in the filesystem, it will expand and you should see the 2 files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QPhone
    Both of you guys... after you reboot, goto settings/ringstyles/scroll down to soft then press "enter" the middle button of the menu button./scroll down to calls/ now you can find you new mp3 (they are in alphabetical order)

    have fun!
    hi. i juss got my phone 2 days ago but didn't get much time to play around with it. can you please tell me where exactly the mp3's are located? i've folled your steps and i dont see it. all i see under the ringstyles menu is 2 options (Style and Soft). where do i find the "scroll down to calls" section? i can't seem to find it. i must be stupid or something.

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    I'm lovign this phone! Finally a nice phone from Telus. Nice high end looking. PLus the modding so far has gone well. Well worth the investment

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    Hey guys, just wanted to throw this in as an alternative:

    Note that this was tested on my V3C from Bell.

    I managed to up ringtones using PST 7.2.3 and P2K Commander. Just run the apps, connect to your phone and browse to P2k:/a/motorola/shared/audio/ . Upload the ringtones to this dir and voila, no deleting or rebooting required.

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    would anyone be so kind enough to show me where the mp3's are located in my phone after its been uploaded using MPT?

    middle button/media gallery/sounds

    this is where im looking? is this the right place?

    any help would be greatly appreciated. thx in advance

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    hey im trying to use VPC to try to connect my v3c to MPT but it doesn't detect the phone, only when i go into control panel and into phone/modems and try to install a driver it when it detects but even though it detects it still doesn't work

    can anyone give me the drivers for the phone? or any suggestions?

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    hmm...the mp3 ringtones I uploaded aren't very loud. They're actually much quiter than when I had them on my LG 5450. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by briangill
    you could also get rid of the shutter sound by replacing the shutter wav file with one that has no sound; attached a zip file the muted wav file

    i replaced shutter3.wav and it makes no sound when i take a picture
    Hey, I'm trying to do this, but I don't see any shutter.wav files in the filesystem I'm using bitpim, but I can't see any wavs whatsoever.

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    got it to work, ended up using it on my normal instead of my PC

    as for the shutter.wav file i have to look around, i went through all the folders until i found it, i don't remember which one though

    try looking at the folders starting from the bottom and moving ur way up, if u still can't find it i'll go look, i just hate turning on my pc since it takes forever to load

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    I see "file 1" "file 2" and "file 3" in the bottom folder called rom_vdb. Are those the shutter tones?


    EDIT: FOUND IT! thanks man
    Last edited by adamnur; 02-09-2006 at 04:08 AM.

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    for ppl who have difficulty finding the shutter.wav it is under motorola>system

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    ok i found the shutter sounds, under the motorola>system... do i just now over-ride that file with the one that i download (shutter1.wav)?

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    yaye! worked like a charm! i just got it today and so far........im loving it!!

    and as for the cable the one for the digital camera from hp worked!

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