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Thread: How To Apply Mp3 As Ringtone On Razr Solved

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    How To Apply Mp3 As Ringtone On Razr Solved

    Been playing with my Razr for a few days, and have managed to get the ringtones working.

    First of all, load any mp3 or mp3's you wish to use into your phone via MPT, once you have transferred the mp3's close MPT and start up BitPim, Then using BitPim go into the "filesystem tab and delete the files "MyToneDB.db" and "TmpTneDB.db, reboot your phone and then assign ringtones.
    Last edited by Talus91; 02-04-2006 at 11:46 PM.

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    i'm going to wait till someone else tries this because i heard you can totally fry ur phone by deleting 2 files.

    Thanks though

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    When your phone reboots it does rebuild those two files.

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    man, I really hope you did figure this out and it works. I really need a new phone and the lack of mp3 ringtones was really putting me off.

    I still may wait until the 8100 comes out but my current phone is getting so crappy I don't think I can hold out much longer.

    here's to hoping!

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    really... hmmmmm tempting.

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    Just to confirm this post. This does work also did the same with mine and rebooted. All uploaded MP3's can now be seen as ringtones.

    Thanks Talus91
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    I'd also like to confirm that this does work!!!! Thanks!!!!

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    OMFG

    IT WORKS
    IT WORKS
    IT WORKS
    IT WORKS
    IT WORKS

    I LOVE YOU MAN!!!

    MAD PROPS for Talus91

    I here by grant the founder of the fix Talus91

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talus91
    Been playing with my Razr for a few days, and have managed to get the ringtones working.

    First of all, load any mp3 or mp3's you wish to use into your phone via MPT, once you have transferred the mp3's close MPT and start up BitPim, Then using BitPim go into the "filesystem tab and delete the files "MyToneDB.db" and "TmpTneDB.db, reboot your phone and then assign ringtones.
    Already have MPT 4.04, link to bitpim if you would please? Thanks
    Sent from my BlackBerry KEYone

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    Latest version of BitPim can be found on their website

    http://www.bitpim.org/#download-devel

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    Keep in mind that BitPim does not work very well on the V3c, and can be a bit of a pain to get connected, it is only needed to remove the 2 above mentioned files, and does work fine for that. Open up settings on BitPim, phone type is: Other CDMA Phone, then click on the browse button thats beside the com port, make sure you select Motorola USB Modem. Once done you should be able to view the file tree and delete the 2 files.
    Last edited by Talus91; 02-05-2006 at 02:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talus91
    Keep in mind that BitPim does not work very well on the V3c, and can be a bit of a pain to get connected, it is only needed to remove the 2 above mentioned files, and does work fine for that. Open up settings on BitPim, phone type is: Other CDMA Phone, then click on the browse button thats beside the com port, make sure you select Motorola USB Modem. Once done you should be able to view the file tree and delete the 2 files.

    TALUS91 IS THE MAN, TALUS91FOR PRESIDENT!!!!!

    Thank you so much.....it works yoooooo hooooooo! Question, how did you know what to delete from the file system. I have a feeling not from trial and error, are you a programmer?

    Anyhoo.... thanks a million.

    So to recap.

    1. Get a mini USB cable
    2. Get MPT software and update to the latest version
    3. Install Bitpim and follow Talus91's instructions.

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    I have the drivers and bitpim already. but please tell me where to download mpt? thanks

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    Wirelessly posted (Motorola i930: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows CE; Smartphone; 176x220; i930A; 4.21.1088; 000820960654310))

    great post... as for whoever asked how he figured it out... bitpim and a good hex editor will do it. or any previous knowledge with phone filesystems makes it much easier. this method is similar to ones used to hack samsungs for custom rings.

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    WTF are u serious? My friend is on Rogers and through MPT you can just put the mp3 directly into the right directory and use it as a ringtone right away. I want to get a razr for myself (I'm with Telus), but you have to modify to get mp3's as ringtones? Why is it different from the rogers v3?

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