#1
So, I saw Cruefest last night, and now I'm listening to Buckcherry a lot..

So here's my problem, I want to get Buckcherry's song Next 2 You as a ringtone on my phone, I want the beginning of it, and any free ringtone I can find is the chorus... I tried sending the song I bought on iTunes onto my phone, but it didn't work because it's copy protected...

If this helps at all I have a Motorola KRZR K1M and I can basically use any unprotected MP3 file as a ringtone...

Any help where I can find the ringtone for free online guys?

And I searched this before I posted... couldn't find anything...
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#4
get the song, download audacity to edit tghe song to ur liking then export as an mp3 file.
then send it into ur phone and bobs ur uncle
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#5
Myxertones.com and customize it?
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make it smaller then maybe i'll consider.


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#6
thats the thing, I have the song, but i can't export it anywhere because it's encrypted with iTunes' encryption... so I need to get the song somehow, or find a ringtone with the beginning of the song in it...
Quote by Smokey Amp
Aren't all voiceovers performed by Morgan Freeman?

I thought that was like a law or something.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1KI2Bxcx8M
^^^^ Please watch this! we need more views to win $20 000!
#7
dl another one? not through itunes, be a bit rebellious and do something illegal. i dare u
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