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Ringtone Editor App
sunkistsudafed

Ok..I've been using Ringdroid to edit my music into ringtones, because I always hate the pre-made ones..HOWEVER, most of my tracks are in WMA format, which Ringdroid doesn't support..anybody know if I can somehow change the file type, or know of an editor app that DOES support WMA's?

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Re: Ringtone Editor App
gerio
Specialist
I use Audacity, a free audio editing program to convert audio files to mp3 files. Once Audacity is installed, you have to download and install the mp3 codec in order to work with mp3 files. But it works great. And it's free.

I think there are utilities available to convert files from one format to the other. Since I use Audacity in my work, it made sense to just use it to make ringtones with. Once I have the file created and saved, I use Ringdroid to set the ringtone in the phone.

Geri O
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Re: Ringtone Editor App
Gunnargsd
Newbie

Ringdroid - free and available from Market.  Can do the editing right on your phone.

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