Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by behrooz, Jun 6, 2010.
Does anyone know of a great site to make ringtones for my droid incredible ?I
Are you looking to make simple mp3 files into ringtones? If so, I personally use Ringdroid and love it. I am able to snip a portion out of a song and set it as my ringer. You must have a microSD card in order to use the app, as it cannot recognize files on the internal though.
Ringdroid - to trim
Zedge - to find tones
I use Audacity on my PC to cut, trim, and adjust volume levels before loading them onto my phone. It's a free program and is super easy to use.
+1 for zedge
Ringdroid to trim & then I use Ringshuffle 2.0 to randomize all the mp3s that I trimmed.
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with ringdroid, do you do all the "work" on the phone, accessing the mp3's on the SD card?
if so, what's the best way to get the songs onto the SD? Windows--My Music--copy/paste to micro SD in the adapter?
any way to edit/crop the songs on your computer and then transfer them to the micro SD? I assume you need a folder on teh micro SD called ringtones (or whatever, just so you recognize it)?
You can use Audacity on your PC to trim the ring tones. It's a free program too.
Yes, with Ringdroid, the "work" is done on the phone itself. The easiest way would be to just plug in your USB cable to your computer, then copy and paste them into /media/notifications/ringers.
Yes, Audacity can. I use to use (and still do for other reasons) it when I had a dumbphone and had to manually transfer ringtones using a program. Ringdroid basically saves you a step, and with the app, it knows exactly how long the ringer length can be.
I searched for ringshuffle and ring shuffle. No such apps. Help?
+1 on Audacity. You can join MP3 snippets together too if you want sounds from multiple clips. That's key. Don't forget to download Lame for Audacity also so you can export as MP3.