Convert mp3 to notification tone?


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  1. yammer68

    yammer68 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone know how to convert MP3 into a message notification sound? This is for a Incredible.
     

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  2. azan

    azan Member

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    I created a folder called media: sdcard/media/audio/notifications

    I've placed mp3 files I want available for notifications in this file and it has worked well for me on a Captivate.

    I also have the same path for call ringtones but its sdcard/media/audio/ringtones.
     
  3. radtechy

    radtechy Well-Known Member

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    i have an incredible also....what makes it associate that folder name on the sd card with the notification list of tones?
     
  4. birthofahero

    birthofahero Well-Known Member

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    If you just create a folder called "notifications" on the root of your SD card, when you pick a notification sound whatever mp3 you put in there will be in with all the default sounds. You can also make a "ringtones" and "alarms" folder to the same effect.
     
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    Nodders Well-Known Member

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    I just use RingDroid to cut the bit out of the mp3 I want to use. When you save it one of the options is as a ring/notification tone - it basically just does what is being suggested above.
     
  6. Don Diddles

    Don Diddles Active Member

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    RingDroid is good
     
  7. PartyGurle

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    Newbie to the Droid here...where do I add this folder? And I tried adding a notifications folder on the sd card, but I'm not sure I'm putting it the right place.

    **Edit: Figured out what I was doing wrong...definitely was putting it in the wrong place!**
     

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