Creating custom ringtones for a samsung phone

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  1. ZeroEdge

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    Alright, I've been trying to figure out how to make custom ringtones for my new Samsung SGH F266..but no luck so far. I tried google and my searches have come up with nothing, so I could really use some help here.

    EDIT: D'OH! I meant to say creating in the title.
     
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    Unfortunately I know nothing about how their service functions. If it's anything like Verizon, you may be able to send emails with ringtone attachments to your phone. For instance, I can send ringtones to my phone using 1234567890@vzwpix.com.

    Wavepad is an excellent audio editor you can use to make the ringtones from MP3's.
     
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    Okay, I tried to upload the track I wanted to use as a ringtone using a MicroSD stick

    It worked, but the song needed to be a DRM file in order for me to use it as a ringtone...

    I'm trying to look for conversion programs, but everything I find talks about removing it, or I have to pay to use the program...
     
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    You can just use I-Tunes to create ringtones: just change the length of the song to whatever part of the song you want as the ringtone (change the start and stop time), and make a copy of it by selecting "Create MP3 Version."

    However, I don't know if it will work with your DRM problems. On my Samsung Behold, I just drag and drop whatever MP3 I want when its connected to my computer by USB. Good luck.
     
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