I am using Mobile Phone Tools v3.19e. 1. I connected my V220 and started the Phone Tools program. It opens showing a skin of my phone and initializes. Took about 5-10 seconds to initialize. 2. I clicked on [bold]Multimedia Studio[/bold] and it takes me to the Welcome Page. 3. I click on [bold]Melody Studio[/bold] and a small help window comes up providing instructions on how to use it. I read through those instructions and closed the help window. 4. In the Melody Studio window I clicked on the [bold]My PC[/bold] tab and searched for an MP3. In this case I chose Why You Want to Treat Me So Bad by Prince. 5. In the visual display at the bottom showing the left and right stereo channels, I highlighted with my mouse the first 15.5 seconds of that song - unfortunately it doesn't tell you how much time you have highlighted so I guessed based on the ticker marks. 6. Then I clicked on the [bold]Save Selection As[/bold] button at the top. The default file format is MP3. I named the file treatmesobad.mp3. 7. I clicked the transfer button and rec'd an error message about a missing MP3 codec. No worries. 8. I went back to the Mobile Explorer view, found my file, made sure the My Music tab was selected in the Mobile Phone Window. Then I clicked on the button in the middle of those two windows to transfer the file to the phone and it worked like a charm. The filesize of the MP3 ended up being 106KB for 15.5 seconds of audio. I chose it as my ringtone in my phone and I called myself. Works great.