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    Is there a way to get your music files as ringtones off of the SD card??
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    Quote Originally Posted by t.j.k. View Post
    Is there a way to get your music files as ringtones off of the SD card??
    An app called Ringo works excellent for this. It allows you to put different mp3 ringtones for different people.
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    where can I get it from and how much is it?
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    Others to look at:

    LightWav - http://www.toysoft.ca/lightwav.html

    RingCare - http://www.gotreosoftware.com/products/RingCare/

    CallBlock - http://www.palmgear.com/?xyz=128694

    I have used each of the above 3. LightWav does it all. RingCare and CallBlock are excellent solutions that do not include as many options as LightWav and are easier to grasp.

    The following two I have tried and had problems with to some extent, though others no problems:

    mRing: http://www.motionapps.com/mring/index.jsp
    Ringo: http://electricpocket.com/products/ringo.html

    Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by bclinger View Post
    Others to look at:

    LightWav - http://www.toysoft.ca/lightwav.html

    RingCare - http://www.gotreosoftware.com/products/RingCare/

    CallBlock - http://www.palmgear.com/?xyz=128694

    I have used each of the above 3. LightWav does it all. RingCare and CallBlock are excellent solutions that do not include as many options as LightWav and are easier to grasp.

    The following two I have tried and had problems with to some extent, though others no problems:

    mRing: http://www.motionapps.com/mring/index.jsp
    Ringo: http://electricpocket.com/products/ringo.html

    Ben
    I have tried all of the above, and the one that seemed the most stable was CallBlock. Did I like the features of the others? Certainly, but I enjoy a stable Treo more!
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    miniTones is probably the easiest and cheapest (free) option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phrogpilot73 View Post
    I have tried all of the above, and the one that seemed the most stable was CallBlock. Did I like the features of the others? Certainly, but I enjoy a stable Treo more!
    RingCare is now at version 2.31 and is now 100% stable on the Centro (and Treos). If you find any issue with RingCare, please report it to my support desk (support AT GoTreoSoftware.com) and we will do everything we can to resolve the issue! My goal is 100% stability.

    Jeff
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    LightWav and mRing has the full screen caller ID? mRing is the most expensive 29.99 while LightWav is 24.99.

    Does anyone else offer the Full Screen Picture Caller ID along with the option to customize your ringtone even for text messages?
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    When you can do it for free, why pay?
    Try Minitones. You can trim any part of the MP3 to be a ringtone.
    Last edited by icesalmon; 10/30/2007 at 06:30 PM.
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    Can I get a link for MiniTones? I like free stuff
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    Just be aware that Minitones (which I use too) actually places the mp3 section in the device's memory. Might be a factor if you want to use a lot of ringtones or don't have much memory available. Some of the others mentioned leave the sound file on the card.
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    You don't need a ring tone longer than 20 seconds. Just trim about 20 seconds of the MP3 you want.The size will be about 400kb.
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    RingCare will allow you to assign Ringtones by contact's Category or Company. As stated above, it saves storage space by keeping the sound files on an external memory card. It also allows you to copy mp3 files to main memory just like Minitones. Lastly, if you don't have an SD card, you can still use all of the features of RingCare as it will use any MP3 files you have HotSynced to your Treo/Centro's main memory. This is a little known feature of RingCare.

    Jeff
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    I prefer miniTones because it doesn't require me to use an external program for ringtones - honestly, that to me would cause some delay when you get a call. If you put 3-4 ringtones in internal you can assign them with the Centro's ringtone management.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffgibson View Post
    RingCare will allow you to assign Ringtones by contact's Category or Company. As stated above, it saves storage space by keeping the sound files on an external memory card. It also allows you to copy mp3 files to main memory just like Minitones. Lastly, if you don't have an SD card, you can still use all of the features of RingCare as it will use any MP3 files you have HotSynced to your Treo/Centro's main memory. This is a little known feature of RingCare.

    Jeff
    Jeff, does it allow you to assign different tones for different individuals?

    Thanks
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    RingCare does let you assign per-contact ringtones, as well as ringtones for unknown and known callers.
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    Here's what i do

    1) open the mp3 file in mp3directcut on my pc
    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/au...3directcut.cfm

    2) then edit out the 20-30secs or so I want to use as a ringtone and save it as a file

    3) I then email it to my gmail account

    4) I open the gmail account up on the web on my centro and make sure I'm in "basic HTML" mode on the webpage.

    5) open the email, click to download the file, it prompts me to save as a ringtone and thats it, you have the short clip available as a ringtone


    Sure this takes up some of my ram, but the cuts I have are 200kb or less and I didnt really want that many anyway. Its so easy to revise I can setup new ones in a few minutes
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    ^^ You can do similar with just Minitones. Only downside is the editor is not as featured (no fade in/outs, etc).
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    Quote Originally Posted by papped View Post
    ^^ You can do similar with just Minitones. Only downside is the editor is not as featured (no fade in/outs, etc).
    PLus with Minitones, you have to keep the MP3's in the main memory of your device. RingCare allows you to keep all of the mp3 files on the SD Card. It also allows you to use mp3 files as notifications for sms's and voicemail's. Additionally, you can assign mp3's to groups (where groups can be either company names or category names).

    Jeff

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