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Texting MP3 ringtones to yourself

Discussion in 'Apps ~ Ringtones ~ Games ~ Wallpapers ~ Mods' started by olujosh, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. olujosh

    olujosh New Member

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    I have a Samsung 950a phone, and I'm trying to figure out how to text message mp3 ringtones to myself. When I try to text an mp3 to myself through verizon, they convert the file to some awful compressed format that sounds terrible.

    Anyone know how to text message mp3 ringtones to your phone?
     
  2. mmmmna

    mmmmna Junior Member
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    Use picture message instead.

    Welcome, and don't forget to use the search functions!
     
  3. olujosh

    olujosh New Member

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    What do you mean use picture messaging?
     
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    I have a Blackberry pearl and have a similar question. I was trying to get the updated Cingular tune ring tone for free from the cingular/at&t web page and it was converted into some horrible format. Any ideas on how to get the enhanced version?
     
  5. olujosh

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    Funtonia seems to be able to do it -- but that discussion is going on (is sort of dead at the moment) on another thread.
     

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