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attaching audio sounds to mms

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by leonurse, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. leonurse

    leonurse Member
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    I am trying to send MMS with audio files and can't figure it out .. can anyone help please!?:thinking:
     

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  2. Go to Messaging app.
    Menu button.
    Attach.
    Select Audio or Record Audio.
    Add message.
    Send.
     
  3. leonurse

    leonurse Member
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    It is not giving me an option for audio
    :thinking:
     
  4. What device? And do you ave any Audio on your SD card or Phone? An audio file.
     
  5. leonurse

    leonurse Member
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    i have the droid from verizon i do have an SD card, just cant find the audio that is saved on it to attach to a MMS message
     
  6. Renholder5x

    Renholder5x Well-Known Member
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    When composing the message, click Menu -> Attach -> Create -> Record Audio. That's how it is on my Droid Eris. I'm assuming you have the Motorola.
     
  7. leonurse

    leonurse Member
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    yea that is what i have .. but i don't want to record audio i want to send audio that is saved on my phone already, like send a ringtone
     
  8. slreno

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    can anyone answer this? i just asked the same question and found this one unanswered.
    thanks
     
  9. Brewer

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    I have the opposite problem. When I receive a MMS my Incredible seperates the sound from the picture. Is there a way to put them together for viewing?
     
  10. beenz

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    I believe Android doesn't show ringtones when you are attaching a file. You will have to go into the phone, find the ringtone, and save it to your SD card. I don't know how to do this.

    There was an article at Android Central where they created a download link with a bunch of ringtones, and I think the stock ones are in there, too

    Here is the link

    It's towards the bottom, under Filling that /media folder
     

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