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  1. jmc55

    jmc55 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    im a former blackberry user and am having a little trouble figuring a few things out with my hero. i would very much appreciate any assistance you can offer.

    1. i get pics of my new baby from my wife through 'message' but cannot figure a way to save them.

    2. when viewing an image on the internet, how do you 'save as' one?

    3. i have a custom ringtone (mp3) that i want to assign to all calls. i tried bringing it up in the music app but dont see a way to assign it.

    thanks if you can help with any of these. :)
     

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    330D From My Cold Dead Hands VIP Member

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    When in doubt with android, always try a long press. Press and hold on images, and usually, a menu will pop up with options. Try that for #1 and #2.
    #3, Ringdroid app in the market should do what you're asking. It makes mp3s into ringtones.
     
  3. Doomstang

    Doomstang Well-Known Member

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    I know in the browser you can long press (press and hold for a couple seconds) on a pic to get a menu to 'save image'. I don't know for sure but I would assume you can do the same thing with picture mail.
    As for the mp3 issue, I have no idea since I haven't tried anything like that before but it sounds like an app could handle that.
     
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    :rolleyes:

    Ummmm, yeah.....



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    As 330D said, "long press" - learn it, live it, love it! For MP3s as phone sounds, make the following folders on your SDcard: ringtones, notifications & alarms. Drop any MP3 you want to use for these functions in the appropriate folder. Done!

    Just re-read #3 - from the music app, select the song you want as a ringtone > click Menu > select Set as Ringtone. This lets you set it as the standard phone ringer or individual contact ringer and lets you trim MP3s to boot!
     
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    jmc55 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    you guys are awesome...thank you so much!!!
     
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    330D From My Cold Dead Hands VIP Member

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    Stock music app does this? I didn't know that....:eek:
     
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    the stock music app can assign a song to your default ringtone list, but it takes an app like ringdroid to edit/chop a song into smaller sound files.
     
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    Stock app has a ringtone trimmer as well, but I still prefer using Ringdroid
     
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    I'm rooted and not running stock music app, and don't see a way to do it in the music app I have in Fresh 2.0d, but for anyone still using stock OS, it's good to know the feature is there...
     

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