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  1. lilbballer27

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    I was wondering if there is any app out there or a way to edit the music you have put on your sd card so you can make it a certain point in the song for a ringtone.

    I set my one song as my ringtone but it just starts from the beginning is there a way to make it start and end where I want? or an app for this?

    Thanks
     

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    Ringdroid is what you need from the market.
     
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    It's already built in. When you want to set one of your songs as a ringtone from the music app, click "trim ringtone."
     
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    If you are running 1.5 then you will have to use ringdroid.

    If you are running 2.1 then you can simply start playing a song and hit menu > Set as ringtone > trim the ringtone and you can set it to any section of the song you want.
     
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    I am using 1.5 so I have to download ringdroid. Thanks everyone!
     
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    Did not know that. Cool.

    Any limitations to the built in that would make me want to keep Ringdroid?
     
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    I've noticed that the trimmer on 2.1 is not as fine as ringdroid. It works pretty well though.
     
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    Ringdroid is pretty neat. I like it alot.
     
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    I'll just keep it. Not a big app.
     
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    I could trim ringtones in 1.5.
     
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    Really? It only let me set them as a ringtone in 1.5. I never saw an option to trim them until I had 2.1.
     
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    How? Using the defualt music player?
     
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    does it matter? just install ringdroid. its a small app and it is freakin amazing. no need to fool around trying to rig together a way to make them with the stock player when there is an app that does it with much less hassle
     
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    Yup.

    Just go to Music App > Choose your song > Menu > Trim the Ringtone > Trim the song > then click set as > then set as ringtone

    No need to waste internal memory when you already have it.
     

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