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Motorola The Motorola Stock Ringtone Thread

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by Jay2TheRescue, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. shehzada

    shehzada New Member

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    This thread is invaluable. Thanks to the OP for creating it. I've been looking for original Moto ringtones from an old V551 I had.

    Thanks again.
     
  2. heidinjeff

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    There is a data cable made for it, but it seems silly to get it for just one ring tone. Although I would prolly do it. Other than that, a quiet room, your computer, a microphone, and record it to an mp3. Plenty of software to boost and tweak it after that. That's my current suggestion

    Jeff
     
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    I actually bought the cable years ago to manage the contacts, I still have it, but I don't know how to access anything other than contacts. It is a verizon model. If there is some software I can use to extract the midi files that would be ideal.
    I bought this one from Verizon about 4 years ago.
     
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    That phone was before my tweaking time, but I will find out how to get it and get back to you. Don't dissappear on me.


    [​IMG]
     
  5. n00neimp0rtant

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    Does anyone have a .mid of Waves?
     
  6. heidinjeff

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    I was told try BitPM and use other CDMA phone...
     
  7. Jay2TheRescue

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    What model Motorola did that come on?
     
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    I'll look later tonight and see if I have a TMO ROM dump that I can pull it out of.

    -Jay
     
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    I would love you forever. It's one of the greatest songs I've ever heard.
     
  11. Jay2TheRescue

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    Sorry, I checked all the stuff I have and I don't have that particular tone.

    -Jay
     
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    Darn it... all these tones but not my Twirl tone.... this sux. :eek:
     
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    How disappointing...I would get it off of my RAZR myself, but I know nothing about RAZR hacking.
     
  14. Skalli

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    Hello all. I've been itching to get the ring Breakdown from a V200 series motorola. I believe my phone was a motorola V265. Its been a long time since, but i'd rock that today if i could get my hands on it. Thanks.
     
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    hey i've been looking for that "free.mp3" ringtone for a long time and i'm glad i found it here but for some reason it won't let me download it. it's telling me i either am not logged in (which i clearly am) or don't have sufficient user privelages. any ideas how i can get it?

    thanks
     
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    This thread and the files provided has helped me SO MUCH! I was trying to find the Classic ringtone for Motorola and couldn't figure out how to get it on my phone. Thanks a lot! :biggrin:
     
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    i was wondering if someone could help me find these tones, which dont seem to apear in any of the motorola razors

    spooky
    nocturne
    exotic
    illumination



    thanks man i apreciate it:rolleyes:
     
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    No such luck. I do get communication when trying other models but of course it causes an error due to incompatibilities. When selecting 'Other CDMA' there are no options available.

    Any other suggestions?
     
  19. FoxMotoQ9c

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    I wonder if anyone has any of the vocal ringtones form the T-Mobile Motorola V195. Or Source and Techbeat from the Verizon Motorola Q 9c? Or even the MP3 version of This is Techno from the poor ill fated Cingular ROKR?

    BTW, I also did a remix of This is Techno. Well...more remake. lol Tell me what you think!
     

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  20. Jay2TheRescue

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    There were more than one version of Techno? I wasn't aware of that.

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    How do I make a .wav file a ringtone for a motorola w755 ?
     
  22. Jay2TheRescue

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    I'm not familair with that model Motorola phone, but you'll probably have to convert it to an mp3 first.

    -Jay
     
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  23. yvonne27

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    Hi there!!

    Im new here and would so much like to add my two favourite ringtones - Digital Signal and Spooky (Alert File 107) to my new motorola phone that i recently purchased but haven't got a clue how to do this!!

    I have selected the Digital Signal attachment below, which will play on my Windows media however when trying to add it through my USB port it will state error! I've even tried to see whether I could add it using my usb port to my samsung.

    Please help!!
     
  24. answerdan

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    Does anyone have the blah blah blah tone?
     
  25. yvonne27

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    Hi

    How do I go about getting the ringtone Spooky separately even though it was part of the Motor mixer? and how do I upload Digital Signal onto my phone? I currently have it in my library in my Windows Media Player and I also have a USB port but whenever I try to send the file through to my phone it comes up with error.

    Please help!!
     
  26. Jay2TheRescue

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    I'm not sure how to get Spooky without somehow installing MotoMixer on the phone. A standard USB cable will do you no good without the proper software. I highly recommend using BVRP's Mobile Phone Tools (From www.bvrp.com) Its very user friendly.

    The best way to get a ringtone on the phone is to use Bluetooth though. If you get a Bluetooth dongle for your computer and send it to the phone as a file transfer the phone will usually accept it and file it in the ringtones directory for you.

    -Jay
     
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  27. yvonne27

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    Hi Jay,

    Many thanks for the info, that was most useful.

    Thank you

    Yvonne
     
  28. yvonne27

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    Hi there,

    Me again!!

    Sorry to bother you.....

    Have you heard of the software Motorola bitorrant or Motor phone tools? is this a good software programme for retrieving Motorola ringtones such a digital signal and spooky? cause im still looking about getting them sent to my phone.

    I will do this eventually!!
     
  29. Jay2TheRescue

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    I'd be careful of downloading torrents with ringtones in them. I tried it and the files were riddled with viruses. unless you are going to quarantine all torrents, and not open the downloads until they are scanned for viruses and spyware I would not do it.

    -Jay
     
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    My first post here in Wireless Advisor. Thanks for making this site available, and thanks for posting the ringtones. I downloaded the Classic.mp3 and will now load it on my phone. I have been looking all around for a plain & simple ringtone like this, so thanks again! :D
     

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