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how to make a mp3 song as ringtone in samsung galaxy s2

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how to make a mp3 song as ringtone in samsung galaxy s2
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Either put it in the ringtone directory or use the media player and play the song and hit menu and set as phone ringtone.
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You can also use same folder structure on SD media/audio/ringtones and they'll be recognized same with SMS media/audio/notifications

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You can also use an app, say ringdroid, which should move your trimmed song to the required directory.
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i'm using tonepicker from android market
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Create a folder in external sdcard..name it ringtones.. Just copy your mp3 files to that folder... Simple..

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Handcent SMS also has ringtones picker integrating itself in settings menu. So does builtin file manager/explorer.

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download gosms pro from there u can choose ur ringtone for phone calls, messenger etc

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