mp3 music file on xp desktop needed on samsung galaxy procla

mp3 music file on xp desktop needed on samsung galaxy procla

Postby robtonet » Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:33 pm

new Samsung galaxy proclaim....(new, means 2 hours old) and i don't know how to use hardly at all. but i have a file mp3 that i have been wanting for a ringtone.........question is how to load to my new phone.......and yes i have looked at the various nonways not to do it on youtube, google, and the other rehab sites--either they are a lot smarter than i am ----or i am really really stoooooooopppppppppppid

mp3 music file on my deskto --win xp --to -new samsung galaxy proclaim.....want a new custom ringtone.........thank you all
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Re: mp3 music file on xp desktop needed on samsung galaxy pr

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Re: mp3 music file on xp desktop needed on samsung galaxy pr

Postby Jude » Thu Jun 07, 2012 5:34 am

Hi robtonet. You'll need to use a USB cable to transfer the Mp3 file from a computer to your phone. Thanks.
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Re: mp3 music file on xp desktop needed on samsung galaxy pr

Postby robtonet » Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:05 am

simple, as it should be but reading and getting confused about it on youtube, that may (or not) be tricky.....one might guess that it would go to the ringtones folder??? correct ...or maybe not? thankshed
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Re: mp3 music file on xp desktop needed on samsung galaxy pr

Postby tennisorder » Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:46 pm

To use an .mp3 file as a ringtone:
Load the ringtone on the memory card.
Use the app "My Files" to view the .mp3 file.
Touch the .mp3 file.
Pop up menu: "Complete action using"
Choose "Sound player".
Touch phone's Menu key.
Pop up menu: "Set as"
Choose "Phone ringtone"
The .mp3 file is now in the phone's internal ringtone folder.

You may also open an email with the .mp3 as an attachment.
While viewing email, touch "Download" button.
Pop up menu: Complete action using"
Follow directions above.
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