Using an MP3 as a ringtone to wake up to?Support


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  1. prpqmnj

    prpqmnj Member This Topic's Starter

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    So I've been trying to use a MP3 sound for my alarm clock on my Incredible, but haven't had any luck other than just the "Light" "Instance" etc... what do I have to do, to get an actual song to be on that list to wake me up?
     

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  2. Echo17121

    Echo17121 Well-Known Member

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    You have to hook your phone up to your computer and find the folder called alarms. It's either on your sd card or phone memory. Then just move the songs there!
     
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    DROID_SCOTSMAN Well-Known Member

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    Easy way is to use computer and move into an alarm folder, all you to is create it as noted before. Or you can download ringdroid from the market and it will allow you to do the same thing and even make notifications by cutting out part of a song etc...
     
  5. bryn987

    bryn987 Well-Known Member

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    hook up phone to a computer and put a folder on your internal storage called Alarms.

    This is what's on mine: /Media/Audio/Alarm

    I also have Music, ringtone, notifications also in the Audio folder.

    It does act weird though, I had to then unhook the phone from the computer and then reboot the phone for everything to show up so I could see it on the phone
     

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