#1
yesterday i got a new LG Shine and now im trying to put ringtones on it and like it says file to large so i cut the song down to 30 sec. and it still says that. how long or big do these files have to be in order to be used as ringtones?

-THANKS! =]
-BiOhAZarD722-
Originally Posted by Gizzard101
I personally prefer Dr.Dre but Lil Jon is gangsta home boy fresh aswell.
...lol wtf?
Quote by lzrdsixsix6
sounds like you have a severe case of the dumbass.....it's quite common in the pit really just sleep it off
#3
Quote by BiOhAZarD722
yesterday i got a new LG Shine

Freaking good choice. My brother has that and loves it.

And what file type are your songs in?
Wolfie, Moley, Witty, Dgmey, Grundy
#4
mp3
-BiOhAZarD722-
Originally Posted by Gizzard101
I personally prefer Dr.Dre but Lil Jon is gangsta home boy fresh aswell.
...lol wtf?
Quote by lzrdsixsix6
sounds like you have a severe case of the dumbass.....it's quite common in the pit really just sleep it off
#5
Try 15 seconds, or try a song with a lower bit rate.
Quote by Fishyesque
Freaking good choice. My brother has that and loves it.

And what file type are your songs in?

GAH.
DO SOMETHING ABOUT YOUR USER TITLE.
It messes up any of the threads you post in!

Also, what happened to the spaceman spiff avatar?
Last edited by that_1_dude24 at May 25, 2008,
#6
Sounds like a lot of people are having issues setting MP3s as ringtones. You should call AT&T or LG and ask them about it.

You have to somehow cut the song down to UNDER 300KB. From there, the only way I've been able to work is to literally e-mail my song file from my computer, to my phone as a text message. This is the only luck I've had, lemme know if you have any luck.

You can e-mail the song file as an attatchment in an e-mail to your cell phone's TXT messaging address, which should be this:
0000000000@mms.att.net
The zero's being your cell phone number (Including area code)

From there, simply open the text message once received on your phone (Can take up to 5 minutes) and then go to options>view attachment>select the sound file>save

Its a bit of work, but it seems to work for me.
I hope I've helped.
Wolfie, Moley, Witty, Dgmey, Grundy
#7
Quote by that_1_dude24
Try 15 seconds, or try a song with a lower bit rate.

GAH.
DO SOMETHING ABOUT YOU USER TITLE.
It messes up any of the threads you post in!

Also, what happened to the spaceman spiff avatar?

It does NOT mess it up!

And Spaceman Spiff needed to run off and take care of some business. Meru needs some lovin!

And why do I not recognize your username?
Wolfie, Moley, Witty, Dgmey, Grundy