Why would anyone need Ringdroid


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  1. zx12richard

    zx12richard Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    There is a ringtone trimmer built in the phone that works to the second on each end of tone.
     

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    LastFrontierLabs Well-Known Member

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    Is it called "ringtone trimmer"? Where did you find it?
     
  3. durandetto

    durandetto Well-Known Member

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    It's built in to the phone when you select a song from your music for a ringtone it asks if you want to cut it using the built in ringtone trimmer.
     
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    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    Rungdroid is much more exact. For example, a long song goes every 2 seconds with the defaulttrimmer. Also, you can make alarm tones and notification tones with ringdroid.
     
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    Ringdroid was the only app I found that I could easily use to get custom text notifications.
     
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    toasty Well-Known Member

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    Huh, I had no idea, thanks!
     
  7. zx12richard

    zx12richard Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    If you can make notifers where or what folder do you put them in so phone will find an accept them
     
  8. newguy77

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    If you use ringdroid, it will automatically place them in the right place. It will ask you if you want to save it as a ringtone or notification. Then, when you go to select a ringtone, you'll find it in there.
     
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    cooolone2 Well-Known Member

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    Ringdroid is much more flexible and allows a greater range of selection options when creating your sound sample for either Ringtones, Alarms and Notifications.
    It will allow you to select any portion of a song you like, not just the beginning and you can make the sample longer in duration if you like as well.

    :) Like Astro File Manager, I think RingDroid should come with the phone as a standard app, lol, just my opinion... ;)

    :cool:
     
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    Konikub Well-Known Member

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    Something I didn't know....but I'm still going to stick with RingDroid, as it has more options then the default trimmer. I like options, lol. :)
     
  11. zx12richard

    zx12richard Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Now thats cool.... I got one problem I had a Blackberry before this. I had the Roadrunner meepmeep as my notifier. I wish I knew which folder to put it in as I would love to continue to use it.

    I have not figured that out yet... I think I'm gonna try ringdroid. Thanks
     
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    Zedge has that and I use it as my text notification.
     

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