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LG FUSIC MP3 RINGTONES READ THIS!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Other mobile phones' started by arkyhog, Aug 19, 2006.

  1. arkyhog

    arkyhog Member

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    If you want to make your mp3's into ring tones and put them on your phone for free follow these instructions.

    FINALLY! LG really could have made this easier, but you can still use just about whatever you want as a ringtone on your LG FUSIC phone. This took about an hour of fiddling to figure out how to make it work, but fortunately for you I wrote this guide so you can be using your very own mp3 as a ringtone in just a few minutes. Here's how it works:
    1. Get the USB driver from Sprint. What you want is the "Sprint PCS Connection Manager for Phone as Modem/USB Cables." The only part you need to check to install are the LG Drivers.
    2. Get BitPim from http://www.bitpim.org/. It doesn't fully support this phone yet but that's ok (I hope it will soon though so we can all edit the calendar, contacts and other stuff). Install, run, and in the menu under View, select View Filesystem.
    3. Now grab your phone and open the Music Composer under Tools. Choose Compose Melody, and pick a mode. It doesn't much matter since we're replacing this file anyway, but I've found that Keyboard Mode is quick. Throw in something short (1 note will do) and choose Save. Pick name for the song you'll replace this with, and get creative because you only get 21 characters. You can make a batch of these to replace if you would like.
    4. Back to BitPim, connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable that came with it. In BitPim's Filesystem view, find the MelodyComposer folder under the root directory. You'll see a .pmc file and a .mid file for each melody you compose. Select the .mid and right click. Choose Overwrite, select the mp3 of your choice. I suggest you make it a 64kbps mono file for space considerations, but I've had success with other files. Large files also take a very long time to load over this connection.
    5. Set your ring tone under settings. The files you loaded will appear under My Melodies using the filenames you gave them.

    Yes, it really is this easy! Experiment with using your own mp3, aac, qcp, midi and other files and post your results in this thread!
     
  2. keefsta

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    You guys absolutely have to check out this new website I found all about the Fusic phone from sprint. It's http://fusicringtones.com and it tells all kinds of info about the phone and features but best of all, a FULL WALKTHROUGH with pictures on how to create ringtones from your own Mp3's and upload them to your phone for free!!! This site is sick you have to check it out, I have tried this way and it is really sketchy sounding if you want awesome sounding mp4 ringtones on your phone check out the site www.fusicringtones.com!
     
  3. Silentcry

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    no it dont work... i did everything that it says up above and it wont play the music when some1 calls.
     
  4. babygurl6

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    i sprint fusic is really easy once u no how to put music on it. first put your smallest memory card that goes in ur phone in the SD card and put it in ur SD slot in ur comeptet dont use the USB cable cord.when that it done go to ur start menu and then select my music size it long ways so that u can see it cuz ur going to have two broswers up. then go to the start menu again and select my computer then select in my computer screen removeable disk f then you will have ur files dcim,media and music hit media and then on ur my music list u can drag them over to the other window and it will transfer them in ur memory card
     
  5. pancakez

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    Thanks so much for this info!

    I've tried this with .mp3 and .wav files and had good results. I also tried this with .au and .wma files, but those don't work.

    If you have a format that doesn't work with the Fusic, you can always convert a file to .wav format very easily using the Windows Sound Recorder. In the program, simply go to:

    Edit > Audio Properties

    Under "Sound Recording," click the "Volume..." button.

    In the new window that pops up:

    Options > Properties

    Select "Recording," then check the "Wave Out Mix" box. Click "OK."

    Back in the Recording Control window, click the "Select" check box under the "Wave Out Mix" volume control.

    Now hit record and play your sound file with Windows Media Player, WinAMP, or whatever other program you use to play your media. When the clip finishes, stop the recording, and save the .wav file.

    Good luck!
     
  6. kdgd15

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    The program bitpim is unable to find the phone, and then it says unable to open port, do u know how can i set my phone or something?? thank u
     

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