Save more than 5$ on setting your own MP3 as ringtone for Galaxy Note

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Save more than 5$ on setting your own MP3 as ringtone for Galaxy Note

Post by lucy198754 on Tue Nov 22, 2011 10:40 am

You may have a lot of MP3s, and one of them may be your favorite one. You would intend to make your favorite MP3 to set as your personalized ringtone for Galaxy Note, however, you still can't figure out how to do it.
Following is the detailed guide about how to convert MP3 to personalized ringtone for Galaxy Note- set your own MP3 as ringtone for Galaxy Note. Please take through it.

Step 1: Import the MP3 to the best Galaxy Note Video Converter.
Free download Brorsoft Video Converter and launch it as the best Galaxy Note Video Converter. And then click the button for adding to load MP3 to the best Galaxy Note Video Converter.

Step 2: Trim your MP3 to your wanted part to set as the ringtone for Galaxy Note.
Click the edit button; you will go into the “Video editor” interface. Click the “Trim” icon, and then click the “Set Start Point” and “Set End Point” icon, to get your wanted part on the MP3 and set your own MP3 as the ringtone for Galaxy Note. You can find the exact start time and end time in the “Start” and “End” boxes. After set the time, now don’t remember click the “OK” to make confirm.

Step 3: Set the output format and file for the MP3 ringtone.
Tick the “Format” option, move your pointer to “Common Audio” set the “MP3-MPEG Layer-3 Audio(*.mp3)” as the output format. Tick the Tick the “Output” option to select the output file for your MP3 ringtone for Galaxy Tab. Or you can just set the default one.

Step 4: Start converting the MP3 for your wanted ringtone.
Click the “Convert” button, and it will convert the MP3 to personalized ringtone for Galaxy Note immediately. You can find the converting process in the “Conversion” interface.

Now, you need to set the MP3 as ringtone for your Galaxy Note.
1. Open any file manager app
2. Look for a folder called Media in the phone's main directory.
(Most likely it doesn't exist, so create it by right clicking and choosing New Folder, then rename the folder to be media)
3. Inside the media folder, you need a folder called Audio. Again, if it’s not there create it as above
4. Inside the Audio folder, create subfolders for the sound categories you want to change:
- Ringtones for sound files you want to use for incoming calls
- Alarms for sound files you want to use for alarms
- Notifications for all other alerts such as incoming SMS, emails or alerts from individual apps, etc
(lower/upper case is irrelevant - the folders can be "Media", "MEDIA", "media", etc)
5. Copy the MP3 file you want to use to the relevant folder.
You should now see your MP3 file listed in the menu for selection in the relevant sound settings menu (to access the ringtone/notification settings, press the hard Menu key from one of your home screens, then press Settings then Sounds and Display, or go to settings from within a relevant app)

Afterward, you may have a personalized ringtone for your Galaxy Note and won’t be the same with others’ any longer.

Tip:
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Price: $35 to $29.9 save more than $5.

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