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Old March 15th, 2011, 06:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to set mp3 as ringtone and message tone. But i can't do it.

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goto "Music", tap and hold at your desired song, a menu will popup, choose "set as phone ringtone", wala...
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I want to set mp3 as ringtone and message tone. But i can't do it.

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I would also like to know how to set a message tone. Ring tone no problem, but message tone...no way that I have found

anyone?
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messages > left side lower button [left to center button (donno what its called)] > select ringtone
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No way that you can use mp3 for message tone as there is no option at all for that
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Hi everyone, try downloading "Ringdroid" app for free from market. Lets you use any mp3 on your handset as a ringtone/message alert/notification. Plus you can play with your playlists etc..
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You can create a folder on the root of your memorycard and name it "Notifications". Copy your songs into this folder and you'll be able to use those songs als message/notification tones.
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

Hope this can help..
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Thank you. I managed to set in 5 secs.
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How about if we want to set different ringtone for different contacts? Can message tone do this as well?
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save the contacts number from ur sim card to ur phone, then press the contact number ur want to choose, find "edit", then u can set different ringtone for different contacts
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

Hope this can help..
Great buddy.. that worked....
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

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thank u so much... this really works.. i just converted my .mp3 tone to .m4a
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But why I'm already tap and hold at my desired song, a menu popup , but don't have "set as phone ringtone" ? Just pop out with this list : Share , Delete , Move , Copy , Rename , Details only...help me please..
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

Hope this can help..
How come I don't see this folder under My Files? HELP!
(do I need to create this folder?)
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Go to market and download ZEDGE this will help you for ringtones and message tones..... hope this works NOTE: Zedge allows you to download music or use music of youre phone its pretty simple to do....
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Hi everyone, try downloading "Ringdroid" app for free from market. Lets you use any mp3 on your handset as a ringtone/message alert/notification. Plus you can play with your playlists etc..
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Really easy app to use. No fussing with cut, paste, create file. RECOMMEND IT
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Thanks I was able to set the song as my ringtone...
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thanks bro great idea its work
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

Hope this can help..
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

Hope this can help..
Superb..... Thanks Man.... I was aware of Ring tone..... But the message tone trick really helped...... Now I can get rid off old sammys message tones...
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(do I need to create this folder?)

yes you would have to create it unless you are using facebook app in which case it would already have been created. so myfiles>media>audio and there create the folder named notifications and copy and paste the ringtone of your choice there.. All the best!
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hi there, I'm also a newbie in using android..
I don't use any application
I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

Hope this can help..
Hi,I am new these android phones,to carry out the above ,am I right in assuming this is done via a PC with a USB cable?
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yes you would have to create it unless you are using facebook app in which case it would already have been created. so myfiles>media>audio and there create the folder named notifications and copy and paste the ringtone of your choice there.. All the best!
ok im a complete noob to this android lark so please bear with me if this seems a little simple. Have been trying to set one of my songs as a message tone with no success so far. Tried following the instructions above but i have no media file in my files, have opened hidden files etc and there is nothing. I have also synced the handset to my comp and created a folder like someone else suggested for wallpapers and notifications however this shows up on my comp but when i try to access these files from the handset i cannot do anything with them (pictures are on handset but there is no option to do anything with them such as set as wallpaper etc, they are in usb storage folder on handset if this makes any difference whilst on comp have been saved in folders under external sd card)
Im getting quite frustrated with this so if anyone can give me some pointers this would be much appreciated
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ok im a complete noob to this android lark so please bear with me if this seems a little simple. Have been trying to set one of my songs as a message tone with no success so far. Tried following the instructions above but i have no media file in my files, have opened hidden files etc and there is nothing. I have also synced the handset to my comp and created a folder like someone else suggested for wallpapers and notifications however this shows up on my comp but when i try to access these files from the handset i cannot do anything with them (pictures are on handset but there is no option to do anything with them such as set as wallpaper etc, they are in usb storage folder on handset if this makes any difference whilst on comp have been saved in folders under external sd card)
Im getting quite frustrated with this so if anyone can give me some pointers this would be much appreciated
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Hi, as I previously posted above on April 27th, just download a free app from the market called "Ringdroid". No need to fanny around copy & pasting, or creating new files, it does it all for you!! Simples. Hope this helps. GrahamF. London
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Hello everyone,
I found the solution and I swear it works.
After reading all of the posts and downloading the recommended Ringdroid I found the right function in the phone while setting my alarm for the next morning. Yeah, the music is hidden under the "Clock" icon, that you will find in main menu (the one that has settings icon, Radio FM, Camera, My Files and all this stuff). 1) tap the blue window on the left lower corner of the main screen/display. 2) tap the Clock icon.
3) tap the music notes (should be third from left). 4) pick a song from the list. 5) tap the menu button (on the left from the "home" button). 6) choose "set as ringtone" from options that will pop out. Et voila
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I found the solution and I swear it works.
After reading all of the posts and downloading the recommended Ringdroid I found the right function in the phone while setting my alarm for the next morning. Yeah, the music is hidden under the "Clock" icon, that you will find in main menu (the one that has settings icon, Radio FM, Camera, My Files and all this stuff). 1) tap the blue window on the left lower corner of the main screen/display. 2) tap the Clock icon.
3) tap the music notes (should be third from left). 4) pick a song from the list. 5) tap the menu button (on the left from the "home" button). 6) choose "set as ringtone" from options that will pop out. Et voila
Hi nilaoz, thanks but that won't set an mp3 as a "notification" or "message alert" etc...only as a ringtone. I still find that the Ringdroid app is the quickest & easiest way. You can set whichever part of a song you want as the tone. And for number of taps compared to your method, it is about half. Does anybody else know a better way? GrahamF/. London
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try to use simple method.

"for ringtone"
GO TO My Files , click Create folder and call it Notifications Copy and Paste your choice of tone or other into this file Go to Settings Sound Notification ringtone Your chosen should be in this file Select and Save Click on messages Settings Select ringtone Your selected tone should be here Select and Save

"for message tone"
create a folder named Ringtones in ur sd card. then put all the ringtone files in that. now go and see to the sound/ringtone in your Settings. U will get it !!!! Enjoy !!!!!
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"for ringtone"
GO TO My Files , click Create folder and call it Notifications Copy and Paste your choice of tone or other into this file Go to Settings Sound Notification ringtone Your chosen should be in this file Select and Save Click on messages Settings Select ringtone Your selected tone should be here Select and Save

"for message tone"
create a folder named Ringtones in ur sd card. then put all the ringtone files in that. now go and see to the sound/ringtone in your Settings. U will get it !!!! Enjoy !!!!!
LOL!!! Ringdroid app is still quicker & easier!! It creates the folders, creates the lists & puts all mp3's into the folders!! If you don't want the beginning of the song as the ringtone/alarm/notification, you can choose the middle, or the chorus etc... Come on guys, I'm not on commission to push Ringdroid, but it IS the puppies undercarriage!! Unless somebody can prove otherwise..............
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I just go to "My files" folder and then I copy the mp3 music file that I'd like to use as my message ringtone (you just need to tap and hold the music file then you can choose to copy or move the music file), after that I paste it in folder media/audio/notifications (also in "My files").
After you paste it then you can go to message/inbox icon located at the bottom of your screen and in the message/inbox setting now you can choose the file that you've copied as your message ringtone..

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thanks for ur info!! i got my notifications sound finally! almost regrets with this phone.
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Thx so much my friend , it's work
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It worked! I've been searching for the solution for a while and now I have it. Thanks!
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I was looking for some minions sounds earlier. I downloaded some and searched through them, found one I wanted and it said 'save to phone' - so I did. Then went into sounds and set it as a notification. I repeated this with three sep apps, and deleted the apps later leaving the sounds in my phone "Bottom" hahahahaha!!!
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