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Friday, January 13, 2006

t809 MP3 to 3GP conversion "software"

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I've been getting SO MANY MP3 questions in e-mail, I decided to make a simple batch file to help those who are having problems.

Download this file directly into the folder with the MP3 files you want to put on your phone. I recommend copying your MP3's into a temporary file to rename them. Double click the batch file, it takes about 1/2 second to run (you will get no message that it ran). Hit the F5 key to refresh the folder and the files will magically be 3GPs. Copy them to your phone.

E-mail me or post here if you have any questions. This only works with Windows PCs (any Windows PC) as I am not familiar with Mac or Linux scripting tools.

63 Comments:

  • Hey man, I can help you on the Mac front. I am a huge Mac fan. When I get my 809 in on Monday, I will start posting things for Mac users.

    By Anonymous JohnnyC, at 4:10 AM  

  • Awesome! Drop me an e-mail when you get it and we'll chat :)

    By Blogger A. B. Dada, at 12:02 PM  

  • Hey man - I just stumbled upon your blog, and love it. I JUST ordered the t809 from TMobile, and am pretty excited for it to arrive.
    I'm a podcaster and blogger, and am wondering if the phone (or an app, more likely) could be used as a podcatcher? I'm giving a speech at a professional writers convention in June on mobile blogging and podcasting. The t809 seemed perfect for this, but I need more details as to how. What type of plan would one need to directly download shows (presuming one has a big enough card), can the phone be used to update or maintain a blog, and subscribing to RSS feeds.
    I'm sure many of these questions will be answered when the phone arrives, but I'd love to know what your subscribers think.
    Anyway, thanks for the great blog. I'm sure I'll stay subscribed and will certainly comment re: podcasting and blogging w the t809.
    Thanks!

    By Blogger DHP, at 7:00 PM  

  • Hey, I know that the battery life isn't the greatest on the t809. I found a website that sells an extra battery. I was wondering if you could look at it and tell me if it would be a mistake to buy an extra battery from anyone else except tmobile. Here is the link:

    http://www.malcomwireless.com/wireless/store/accessorydetail.asp?id=44346&phoneid=

    Thanks! Love the Blog!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:24 PM  

  • hey, thanks for the batch file, but i have a question. once i converted the file, the samsung pc studio program no longer recognized that the file existed, so how do i copy it onto my phone? ive connected my phone to my computer by usb port, does that affect the process in anyway? thank

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:48 PM  

  • hey I did exactly what you recomended and it does change the name to 3pg but when you try to upload to your phone it does not like the file....any comment...need your help to get this stupid problem resolved thanks

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:54 AM  

  • ^ i have the same problem. when i try to upload it through the samsung software, it says that it doesnt recognize that file type. i was successfully able to upload to the "other files" folder, but it wouldnt let me set the 3GP file as a ringtone. help!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:39 PM  

  • can you explain the "copying" process you did in order to get the 3GP file onto your t809? i think thats where people are a bit confused...or at least i am, haha.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:41 PM  

  • i know it sounds absolutely stupid, but could you please do a quick faq on how to use the usb mass storage and the t-flash card provided in the t809 box?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:35 PM  

  • Anyone having problems with A-Data microSD? I used the 128mb in the T809, and the phone cannot write to the card.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:05 PM  

  • Anyone know where I can get a BATTERY for this phone and a back cover?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:33 PM  

  • you don't need a software to convert it to 3gp... All you have to do is go into your folders option and click Views... then uncheck Hide Extension For Unknown Types... once you do this the extension for your files will be visible, such as a MP3 file will show this... Instead of seeing this "Nelly - Grills" you'll see this "Nelly - Grills.mp3" and all you have to do is delete "mp3" and put in "3gp" and then there you have it's a 3gp file...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:33 PM  

  • I'll follow up with all these questions tomorrow, I'm stuck on an all night job!

    Thanks for the questions and the support.

    By Blogger A. B. Dada, at 7:54 PM  

  • Hey the conversion worked perfectly for me and i got the ringers to work, but after i transfered it into my mini-sd, and selected the file for a ringer on my phone, i had to copy the .3gp file to my phone for it to work as a ringer. So i did copy it to my phone, but it didn't ask me where it was putting it in my phone(like what folder or file). So when i went to my ringer settings, under default ringers folder, it showed the .3gp file that i had just transfered. But it seems like you can only use the .3gp ringers if they have been copied directly to your phone and it won't work if i try to use the ringer directly from my memory card. And it also seems like there is no way of deleting the .3gp ringers once they have been copied to your phone.
    So my questions are:
    Can you delete the .3gp ringers that you have created off of your phone?
    Is there a way to use the ringsers directly form your memory card?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:20 PM  

  • can anybody help me?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:46 AM  

  • yes you do have to save the mp3 to the phone in order to have it as a ringtone and when you do it saves it to My Music so if you want to delete any ringtones just go to File Manager->Music->My Music and then delete them what i recomend is to use the samsung software to cut only 30 seconds of your favorite part of the song and use that as your ringtone still mp3 only its 260 kb instead of over 3Mb's you do that by going to edit sounds open your mp3 cut out your part then save it as 3gp your ringer only rings for 30 seconds anyways so putting the whole song is worthless

    By Blogger t809, at 8:00 AM  

  • By Blogger t809, at 8:08 AM  

  • that was annoyingly complicated (not the file conversion) but getting the file to the phone then getting it to be IN the phone and then set as a ringetone

    but it worked

    lawdy it worked

    i love samsung but i swear theyre missing the point sometimes. like why the hell does my tv need to be when i turn it on and off?

    whatever. cool phone. good ring. okey dokey.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:50 AM  

  • Ok im lost.. i want to make a ringtone for my phone..i know how to use the edit program to cut the song..after that where do i save it on the phone?how? and how to convert it?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:51 AM  

  • Any help for us Mac users?
    Just got my t809- sorta cool

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:23 PM  

  • Thanks everyone for your contributions. I'm currently having a problem with a my USB port and Samsung. I have a 2 week old Inspiron 9300 and sometimes the second I plug my phone it automatically shutsdown the notebook. Ocasionally Ill get a USB power error.

    Ive had the same error on different machines.

    Any suggestions?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:50 PM  

  • OK...I must be either illiterate or REAL BAD at follwing directions. I recently bought this T809, love the phone and the graphics but HOW THE HELL DO YOU MAKE AN MP3 a ringtone for USE!...i swear i followed everything you said about the whole .3gp thing and the batch file and mass storage but when i put it into mass storage my usb does not connect. only when its in USB mode can I connect the phone to the PC. PLEASE walk me through this is DUMBASS terms...i am seriously LOST...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:13 PM  

  • maybe I can help. Forget about converting file to 3gp or whatever. keep it mp3. load it up to your phone. if you hvae problem loading, change your phone to modem to connect. when you have upload an mp3, it will be grayed out. but click on it, save it (it will take you to prior screen), click save reallll fast and your new mp3 will be saved :) try it and i'll work.

    calvin

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:29 PM  

  • mac users can convert mp3 to 3gp with QuickTime Pro. Open the mp3 and choose File > Export > "Movie to 3G". Haven't tried it but it should work.

    By Anonymous derek, at 9:36 PM  

  • For some reason when I open an mp3 file with the "edit sounds" function of Samsung Pc Studio, it cannot play nor save it properly - the file is ok - plays fine with Media Player or whatever, but playing it, editing it, or saving it with Samsung's editor, the files sounds like high pitched squeeling birds...help!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:47 AM  

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    By Blogger Jesse, at 3:14 PM  

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    By Blogger Jesse, at 3:14 PM  

  • I was just reading over these comments and it seems people that know about this phone could help? I am having trouble getting a connection with my samsung t-809 to my computer. When i plug the USB cord to the phone and laptop, the computer makes the sound when a new USB device is noticed. My phone says USB in use, and starts to charge. But in the samsung PC studio 3 program. It says that it's not connected. I opened to connections option and tried to manually connect, It waits a short minute, then remains NOT CONNECTED and gives me the option to press connect again. One time that i did connect the phone it said SAMSUNG**** or whatever it says, down by the clock, then it changed and said UBS Mass Storage Device... and the little icon by the clock stays on and when i select it, it still says "Safely Remove Hardware" In that option, it has the USB MASS STORAGE DEVICE. does ANYONE know what this could be?!?! I tried installing the driver, power-cycling the phone. restarting my laptop. Not sure what else to do.

    By Blogger Jesse, at 3:17 PM  

  • same problem as the guy above
    won't connect, is there a usb modeI'm supposed to be in on the phone?

    -Ben

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:38 PM  

  • nevermind, fixed it. Go into phone settings and change the usb mode from mass storage to modem. Windows will install the drivers and then it will connect.

    -Ben

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:53 PM  

  • hey does anyone have preview pics of the visualizations and 3d sounds/skins that this phone has, here http://www.cellphonestalk.com/cellphonereviews/samsung/t809/screen.html

    "Other functions include:

    - Volume Controls
    - Rewind/Forward
    - Shuffle
    - 3D Sounds and Skins
    - Visualizations"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:47 PM  

  • i have the same problem. when i try to upload it through the samsung software, it says that it doesnt recognize that file type. i was successfully able to upload to the "other files" folder, but it wouldnt let me set the 3GP file as a ringtone. help!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:27 PM  

  • I hope nobody objects if I write in complete sentences with punctuation :)

    Here's how I got my MP3 as a ringtone:

    Open Samsung PC Studio.

    Click on Manage Files.

    On the bottom pane, navigate to your MP3 file.

    Drag it onto the the Music directory on your phone.

    On your phone, select Menu/Settings/Sound Settings/Incoming Call.

    Scroll down to Ring Tone.

    Press the middle navigation button thingie.

    Navigate to the MP3 file you uploaded. It should be grayed out.

    Press Back, then immediately press Save. This tricks the phone into accepting the MP3 as a ring tone. You may have to try this a few times before it takes.

    That's it!

    -Dave

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:03 PM  

  • hi blogger,thanks for the batch file is working fine.i put of the song in a folder put the batch in the folder.now you open you manage file and copy the song in the folder of the t809(other file)and then go to the cellphone and fun &apps,file manager,open in other files and open again in other file now you see the song and in option ,click where is say (move to memory card,add the song,click move and send to the folder (other file) click option and click (move here) so now you song will be set to be a ringtone song.and is a nice phone. DJPOCHOLO"

    By Anonymous DJ POCHOLO, at 11:58 PM  

  • OK for you people who can't use it as a mass storage unit it, like I couldn;t either. You have to put the TransFlash card in!!! It is in the bigger card that comes with your phone. there's a little tab at the end. Pull it out and the little card should come out. Insert it to your phone and your PC will recognize it as a USB drive. Then just move you.3gp's like you would a regular usb drive.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:12 PM  

  • Thanks a million for that batch file...works like a charm! But, is there a similar type batch file for converting mpeg4's- such as i-tunes downloads- to 3gp? I don't really want to download an entire program and then learn how to use it to be able to do this, so a simple batch like the other one would be really helpful.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:01 PM  

  • the 'save real fast' trick did save the song as a ringtone, but when a call came in no sound played at all. However - the .bat file worked perfectly.

    Thanks -

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:29 PM  

  • for fuck's sake this shit doesn't work.

    someone post step by step instructions with every button to press and don't skip and step and number it please. you keep saying stuff like upload it. you can do that all kinds of ways and it doesn't work or ends up in a different folder.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:21 AM  

  • ALL you people who say you got this working is full of shit. everyone is contradicting every one step. this should not be brain surgery and I cannot get it to work. i tried all methods. I can get file to phone , but cannot get it as ringtone. can samsung please help

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:02 PM  

  • Hey AB,
    I had some trouble with this too. There's a lot of little gotcha's that you have to look out for. It'd be really helpful if you could list some of them in your blog entry.

    1) Change the file extension to .3gp (so it goes from "Music.mp3" to "Music.3gp"). If you can't see the .mp3 extension, then open my computer, goto Tools, Folder Options, View (tab), uncheck "Hide file extensions for known types".
    2) You have to have a transflash card in the phone so it can act like a usb storage drive. It's inside the little SD card adapter that came with the phone. I didn't realize this. It's 32mb. If you're looking at the "TransFlash" label, use your thumbnail to pull out the little tab on the bottom center. Tiny little card.
    3) Setup your phone as a storage device: on T809: Menu, Settings, Phone Settings, USB settings, Mass Storage (hit save).
    4) Connect phone to USB drive, you should see another drive in My Computer with some folders Sounds, Music, etc (it's the 32mb card in your phone).
    5) Copy your .3gp file to the "Music" folder in the card.
    6) On t809, goto Menu, Fun & Apps, File Manager, Memory Card, Music. You should see your .3gp file. Click Options, Set As, Ringtone, save.

    You can also copy the .3gp file to the phone (it's in Options, Copy To Memory), it'll work either on the card or in phone memory. If I simple transfer the same exact file directly into the phone's Music folder, then the "Set As Ringtone" entry is grayed out! It only works if I first transfer to the transFlash card.

    Please comment if there is anything else you need to do to get this to work. This worked for me, so hopefully it'll be universal.

    AB, thanks so much for posting all this. I'm hoping this'll become the hub for all T809 FAQ's.

    By Blogger Rocketmonkeys, at 3:28 PM  

  • holy moly i had no idea that there were new comments here -- blogger is terrible about notifying me about it.

    thanks for the step by step -- i'll go through ALL the comments on every post and update the faq this weekend. i'll also make a nice PDF version so people can print it :)

    By Blogger A. B. Dada, at 10:30 PM  

  • YOU ARE THE MAN HOMIE!!!...thanx a lot..i was really bummed out when i couldn't figure out how to put mp3s as ringtones..thanks a lot

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:17 PM  

  • Just picked my t809 up and love it!

    THe usb deal was pissin me off but aftr switching to "modem" it worked fine. Odd, as I saw that and didn't think it would be used for anything but a modem...

    I do a lot of work for Mercedes-AMG and had to edit a video for the DTM racing. Afetr editing, I dropped it on the t809 via bluetooth (for fun) and let me tell you it equals/rivals a iPod video!

    By Anonymous oneighturbo, at 9:37 AM  

  • Ok I think I have the solution to everyones problems. It took me a couple of hours to really figure it out but there is a surefire way to get mp3 files onto your phone to use as a ringtonone.

    1. Go to your desktop and make a new folder. Then from this website click on "this file" in the second paragraph. and when it gives you the option to run or save, save. Save this file to the temporary folder that you made a second earlier. You will find that there is a little icon there. Make sure that the icon is there.

    2. Once youve downloaded the file to your newly created folder, you can move mp3 files from your computer into this folder. Move as many or as little as you want. So you should have mp3 files and that little icon in your newly created folder. Once youve chosen the songs you want, double click that little icon. This will automatically change the mp3 files into 3gp files. This step should only take 2 seconds.

    3. Keep that temporary folder window open, and open a seperate my computer folder. Have your usb connected. And dont use the modem function on your phone. Use the mass storage(Menu - Settings - Phone settings - USB settings - Mass storage)

    4. You should see that on your second my computer window that the USB is being recognized by your computer. Once you see the USB double click. This should lead you to a option with several options, music, photos, sounds etc. Open the music folder. And just click and drag the 3gp files from your first window over. Leave the icon in the first window.

    5.It takes a few minutes for the files to be copied over. Once the transfer is over, disconnect the USB from your phone. Go to manage your files, and scroll down to memory card. from there scroll down to music. You should see that there are some music files there. From there you can select these files to be your new ringtone. However your phone will prompt you to move the songs to your phone. So move your songs to your phone from your memory card. I forgot to mention, there is a distinction between your phone and memory card. When you initially move the files from the computer to your phone you will need to move them to the memory card first. And then disconnect the usb wire and then move the songs from your memory card to your phone. Thereafter you can delete the files in you memory card to conserve space on your phone.

    6. Once youve moved the songs to your phone instead of your memory card you can set your songs to be your new ringtone or alarm tone, or whatever.

    With this method you wont even need the program that comes with the phone. The only thing youll need is to download the file from this website.

    I really hoped this helped. Im not to computer literate, so I have to apologize for the lack of computer jargon. I tried to make the explanation as simple as possible. Id be glad to help anyone who has other questions because I know how frustrating it could be.

    By Anonymous quintera7, at 7:34 AM  

  • I forgot to mention that there are some songs that just dont work. For some strange reason. Rarely happens but it does happen. Another thing that I forgot is that there are some default songs in your phone. (Menu - Fun and Apps - File Manager - Music) You are only allowed to have 10 songs there so you should delete them before you start to move files from you memory card over to your phone. Unless of course you like those songs.?.?

    Anyways leave questions and Ill try my best to help a.b. dada out.

    By Anonymous quintera7, at 7:43 AM  

  • Thank you for this blog... I was so pissed when I found out that I couldn't play my mp3's, but using Quicktime to convert the songs to .3Gp worked fine... Thanks again...

    By Blogger crabbey1, at 6:27 PM  

  • Folks,

    I have been trying this personalized mp3 ringtones thing for the past 2 days and here is what i did.

    METHOD 1:

    First of all, converting mp3 files into .3gp files would lose sound quality (you would almost hate setting your mp3 ring tones as ring tones). Anyway, to convert it into a .3gp file, I downloaded "3gp_converter" and here is the link:
    www.jakeludington.com/downloads/20050325_3gp_converter.html

    This is a very easy tool which converts your mp3 files into .3gp format. To perform correctly,
    1. Unzip the application and store it in a folder. You should see two .exe files (3GP_Converter.exe and Setup.exe)
    2. Initially you have to configure the tool, so if u double click on Setup.exe, choose "3GPP+AMR General Setting" and click Apply.
    3. Open the folder that has the mp3 songs you have'em ready to convert.
    4. Open 3GP_Converter.exe aside and just drag the mp3 song to the application.
    5. The tool will take care of the remaining steps and will put up converted .3gp file in the same folder (If you dragged sample.mp3, you should now see sample.mp3 and sample.3gp)

    Hope this helps you.

    METHOD 2:
    You don't have to convert any mp3 files to set it up as your ringtone.
    As mentioned by Dave, I did what exactly he had mentioned and it did work for me and I could just listen to the ringtone as an actual mp3 with zero loss in sound quality and am partially happy about it.

    It is not a straight forward method and it involves some patience. If you are not, please SKIP this. Please don't yell at me.
    I assume you have the mp3 file stored in the cell phone before proceeding with the following steps (I have'em in MUSIC (not My Music) folder)
    Steps:
    1. First make sure you save the mp3 file to just about 30 to 40 seconds
    2.Go to Menu | Settings(9) | Sound Settings (4) |Incoming Call (1)
    3. Click on down arrow in the joy stick to select the current ringtone.
    4. Click the center button (symbolized by @T) in the joystick which would you let you choose ring tones from different locations.
    5. Here is where the trick starts. After clicking on the "@T", you are now in the folder which has default sounds.
    6. To skip and proceed to the next folder, choose right arrow or left arrow until you see your folder where you have the customized ringtones saved.
    7. It's obvious that the mp3 songs you had created would show up being greyed out. Don't worry about it.
    8. Just go ahead and select it(though the red mark doesn't physically appear on the selected file)
    9. Once you selected, don't give it time. Just move the arrow back and forth until you come back to Incoming call options where you get an option to save.
    10. Click on Save. You should see the mp3 ringtone selected as a ringtone.
    11. It may not work for the first time, keep playing with it until you were able to save your mp3 ring tone.

    What I don't like: I couldn't customize the mp3 ring tone for a specific contact as this tricky thing doesn't work there.

    Good Luck!!

    Credit goes to Dave..Thanks Dave.

    Folks, if you people come across any other methods without losing the mp3 song's quality, please let me know.

    Thanks.

    By Anonymous Flamingo, at 11:48 AM  

  • making your mp3 song into 3gp sux man. is sound like you have a crappy phone.

    Well, the reason why you cant make your mp3 as ringtones or set it as a ringtone or caller ringtone is because its DRM (digital right management) you cant do shit about it well i cant for now cuz i havent found a program to make them DRM. IF anyone knows how to really make your mp3 as ringtones please post it man. BUt seriously man.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:03 PM  

  • SOrry what i mean to say is that.. your mp3 songs has to have DRM or digital right management . IF it doesnt have it you cant do anything with it just set it as alarm.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:05 PM  

  • Hey whats up guys, i just found this blog and i must say that your batch file works just great. For those of you who are having problem, ill try to explain it simply.

    ---On your PC----
    1)Put your tones into a folder, save the DOS batch file in the same folder.

    2) Run the DOS file and after the window open and closes, hit F5 to refresh the page. The audio files i did this with are wma, so im not exactly sure if mp3 are converted the same way.

    3) Plug in your usb cable and connect your phone. If you are running Windows XP, your computer should automatically detect a new drive, whether you use the software or not.

    4)Open my computer and open one of the drives, on my computer is [J:]. It might be different on your depending on how many drives you have installed. It will not have a specific name either, so try em all. The right one will have directories set up similar to what you see in your phone.

    5) From here all you have to do is drag the .3gp files into the MAIN DRIVE. The other folder dont show me anything so i just drop it in the main drive. From there you can select all your new files and move them into a new folder on your phone.

    6) Select which ones you want for your ringtone and it will move it to your phone memory and you're set to go.

    This is how i did it the first time and it worked. If its not working, then im not sure what you're doing wrong. You dont have to rely on the software given to you to transfer the files. Most likely their software wont detect the files because they want to make it as hard as possible to use your own stuff.

    Also, theres a way to get any of the ringtones off of tmobiles site, so if you dont know how, email me at shamblix@gmail.com and ill explain it to you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:11 PM  

  • Does anyone knows how to play live stream on the 809?
    rtsp://68.251.168.13/live.sdp

    Thanks.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:45 AM  

  • How to make a mp3 song as a ringtone or convert a mp3 song to a mp3 song with DRM (digital right management). I haven't found a program to make them DRM. IF anyone know how to a mp3 to a mp3 with DRM. Please help me. Thanks!

    Khai

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:32 AM  

  • samsung pc studio program is not recognizing my phone it keepz saying not connected

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:40 PM  

  • that trick thing was awesome, ive been up for hours fighting with this damn phone.....i love you man!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:26 AM  

  • Is the link dead? I cant seem to be able to download the conversion software

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:50 AM  

  • Can someone help me!!! I have found out how to make MP3 ringer, BUT i want to know how to put a video of some sort on this thing. I have heard the quality is just as good as an Ipod video, and that you can put whole movies(pending ont the memory card). I cant quit figure this one out. THANKS MANNY

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:26 PM  

  • My software keeps saying Not Connected too... does anyone have a solution to this?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:32 PM  

  • I FIXED THE USB "NOT CONNECTED ISSUE"

    All I did was in the Samsung PC Studio software I went to the tools menu and checked for updates twice - each time it downloaded new updates. I also went into phone settings on my phone and changed the usb mode from mass storage to modem. Windows then installed the drivers and then it connected.

    We shouldn't have to know all this to make it connect though - Samsung needs to make better software (and better battery life!) Cool phone nevertheless...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:42 PM  

  • I have tried both methods for getting mp3's to play on my phone. both of which worked. I can get it to say that it is the ringtone but when people call nothing happens. Has anyone else had this problem? I would appreciate if anyone has any input.

    By Blogger Kytn1, at 1:12 PM  

  • im getting error 2048 when i drag and drop. plz help

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:37 PM  

  • I've got some information for Mac guys and gals. There is an excellent free mp3 editor out there called Audacity. It won't convert to .3GP but you can simply change the name after you've cut out the section you wanna keep. Happy Macing!

    God Bless

    google:("audacity" "os X")

    By Anonymous God's Mac.com [ gary hussey], at 1:45 PM  

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    they are very unethical

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