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    Hello Group

    I look all over and i cant find this, I have lots of midi files on my card and want to use them for my ringers How do i get them into the place that shows all my ring tones, I feel dum about this now, Should this be easy

    From steve
    Treo 650
  2. #2  
    Don't feel dumb. I'd like to know how to add a custom ringtone. A wav file. No way to add.
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    If you don't have a launcher or file manager that will let you browse the card and "Open" the Midi with "Sounds", just email it to yourself and open it from that message.
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    So once you have opened it - how do you get it to show on the drop down list in sound prefs for the phone?
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    As Bill said above..."Open" the Midi with "Sounds"
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    I did use sounds but the file doesn't appear in the list of available files. So how does on get the file to show up in the list?
    As above, so below

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    When you use sounds, it should ask you what name to give it to save as, and then...wa-la!
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    I sent myself a 30 second mp3 I want as my main ringtone. Versamail received it and placed it in real player, I can't seem to find or open it with sounds. It plays fine in real player, just how I want it. Any suggestions how to get it to the ring list??
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    You'll need a third-party app to use an mp3 as a ringer. There are many of them; search for 'MP3 ringer' etc to get lots of info.
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