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Old 12-02-2006, 01:18 AM
Omicron
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Default Uploading Ringtones to LG VX8300

Hello All,
Based on very helpful information given to me by Elector, I am now at
the following place in my quest to upload Ringtones to my LG VX8300:

I now a MicroSD for my phone AND I now also
have the ability to read and write to it from my PC.
I also have one Ringtone on my PC for purposes of experimentation.
Can you direct me from here?
Do I create a specfic folder on the MicroSD in which to copy the
Ringtone?
If so, what name should that folder be called? (I do NOT have a cable
for this phone - that is the reason I got the MicroSD card.)
THEN, once the Ringtone is saved to the MicroSD and the card is placed
back into my LG VX8300 can you give the steps needed to get it visible
on the phone and, most importantly, how to use it as a Ringtone? Others
I've spoken with tell me that this concept that I'm heading down will
NOT work. I'm hoping they are wrong!
Really appreciate your guidance here!
- omicron -


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Old 12-03-2006, 07:31 PM
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"Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1165025906.263321.286740@l12g2000cwl.googlegr oups.com...
> Hello All,
> Based on very helpful information given to me by Elector, I am now
> at
> the following place in my quest to upload Ringtones to my LG VX8300:
>
> I now a MicroSD for my phone AND I now also
> have the ability to read and write to it from my PC.
> I also have one Ringtone on my PC for purposes of experimentation.
> Can you direct me from here?
> Do I create a specfic folder on the MicroSD in which to copy the
> Ringtone?
> If so, what name should that folder be called? (I do NOT have a
> cable
> for this phone - that is the reason I got the MicroSD card.)
> THEN, once the Ringtone is saved to the MicroSD and the card is
> placed
> back into my LG VX8300 can you give the steps needed to get it
> visible
> on the phone and, most importantly, how to use it as a Ringtone?
> Others
> I've spoken with tell me that this concept that I'm heading down
> will
> NOT work. I'm hoping they are wrong!
> Really appreciate your guidance here!
> - omicron -
>


You are given the option of having things go to the microsd card or
main memory. I would transfer the ringtone to main memory, then when
you go to your sounds, etc. You then hit the options key (right soft
key) and select the MP3 or ring tone you want and then set it as
default under the sounds setting in your phone.

Elector



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Old 12-03-2006, 10:37 PM
Omicron
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Default Re: Uploading Ringtones to LG VX8300

> "Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> originally wrote:

> > I also have one Ringtone on my PC for purposes of experimentation.
> > Can you direct me from here?
> > Do I create a specfic folder on the MicroSD in which to copy the
> > Ringtone?
> > If so, what name should that folder be called? (I do NOT have a
> > cable
> > for this phone - that is the reason I got the MicroSD card.)
> > THEN, once the Ringtone is saved to the MicroSD and the card is
> > placed
> > back into my LG VX8300 can you give the steps needed to get it
> > visible
> > on the phone and, most importantly, how to use it as a Ringtone?


"So Elector Wrote Back:"
> You are given the option of having things go to the microsd card or
> main memory. I would transfer the ringtone to main memory,


YES. AND THERE IN LIES THE RUB!
HOW does one transfer the ringtone from the MicroSD to the phone's Main
Memory??
I see no option on my phone that will allow me to perfrom such a task.
When I place the MicroSD back into the VX8300, I can find NO menu, key
or option
that allows me see, let allow transfer, that Ringtone to the phone.
I can indeed see images and video that exist on the MicroSD, and I
could certainly transfer those things to the PIX and/or FliIX area of
the phone. But as for Ringtones - I see no such ability or option to
allow me to due so. I see no folder or directory on the phone in which
to place the Ringtone.
So far, the ONLY method I've come across that allows me to perform the
task that I've be writing about is:
1. Transfer ringtones into my Verizon account via the website at
https://www.vzwpix.com by using the drop-and-drag method.
2. Then, again from this site, send myself a message with one of the
Ringtones attached to it.
3. Next, when the messasge arrives on my phone, us the "Save the
Attachment as a Ringtone" option to save the thing to my phone!
All this seems very time-consuming, plus it costs me money to send
myself a message (I use the pay-as-you-use it, Text Messaging option).
Seems that a major point of having a MicroSD would be for the very
thing we are trying to do here.
I'm of the opinion Elector, that the method I've tried to use and the
suggestions you've been kind enough to offer me, do not work with this
phone arrangment.
Others have suggested that my next attempt should be to purchase a
Bluetooth USB dongle and see if I can move Ringtones from my PC to my
phone in that method.
My only concern with that suggestion is, once again, WHERE in the phone
does one copy/transfer these ringtones?? Whether via MicroSD or
Bluetooth, I still do NOT know or see where one is suppose to copy the
ringtone into the phone!
I'm up for more ideas.
Anyone?
Thxs.
- omicron -






then when
> you go to your sounds, etc. You then hit the options key (right soft
> key) and select the MP3 or ring tone you want and then set it as
> default under the sounds setting in your phone.
>
> Elector



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Old 12-03-2006, 11:38 PM
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Default Re: Uploading Ringtones to LG VX8300

Here are 2 links I found for my 8100. Have not tried them yet since I have
a memory card on order.

http://forums.mobiledia.com/topic10566-0-asc-180.html

http://www.mikesparr.com/2006/03/05/...ng-mp3-player/

Let me know how it goes.

Barry
"Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1165189075.993834.264510@16g2000cwy.googlegro ups.com...
>> "Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> originally wrote:

>
>> > I also have one Ringtone on my PC for purposes of experimentation.
>> > Can you direct me from here?
>> > Do I create a specfic folder on the MicroSD in which to copy the
>> > Ringtone?
>> > If so, what name should that folder be called? (I do NOT have a
>> > cable
>> > for this phone - that is the reason I got the MicroSD card.)
>> > THEN, once the Ringtone is saved to the MicroSD and the card is
>> > placed
>> > back into my LG VX8300 can you give the steps needed to get it
>> > visible
>> > on the phone and, most importantly, how to use it as a Ringtone?

>
> "So Elector Wrote Back:"
>> You are given the option of having things go to the microsd card or
>> main memory. I would transfer the ringtone to main memory,

>
> YES. AND THERE IN LIES THE RUB!
> HOW does one transfer the ringtone from the MicroSD to the phone's Main
> Memory??
> I see no option on my phone that will allow me to perfrom such a task.
> When I place the MicroSD back into the VX8300, I can find NO menu, key
> or option
> that allows me see, let allow transfer, that Ringtone to the phone.
> I can indeed see images and video that exist on the MicroSD, and I
> could certainly transfer those things to the PIX and/or FliIX area of
> the phone. But as for Ringtones - I see no such ability or option to
> allow me to due so. I see no folder or directory on the phone in which
> to place the Ringtone.
> So far, the ONLY method I've come across that allows me to perform the
> task that I've be writing about is:
> 1. Transfer ringtones into my Verizon account via the website at
> https://www.vzwpix.com by using the drop-and-drag method.
> 2. Then, again from this site, send myself a message with one of the
> Ringtones attached to it.
> 3. Next, when the messasge arrives on my phone, us the "Save the
> Attachment as a Ringtone" option to save the thing to my phone!
> All this seems very time-consuming, plus it costs me money to send
> myself a message (I use the pay-as-you-use it, Text Messaging option).
> Seems that a major point of having a MicroSD would be for the very
> thing we are trying to do here.
> I'm of the opinion Elector, that the method I've tried to use and the
> suggestions you've been kind enough to offer me, do not work with this
> phone arrangment.
> Others have suggested that my next attempt should be to purchase a
> Bluetooth USB dongle and see if I can move Ringtones from my PC to my
> phone in that method.
> My only concern with that suggestion is, once again, WHERE in the phone
> does one copy/transfer these ringtones?? Whether via MicroSD or
> Bluetooth, I still do NOT know or see where one is suppose to copy the
> ringtone into the phone!
> I'm up for more ideas.
> Anyone?
> Thxs.
> - omicron -
>
>
>
>
>
>
> then when
>> you go to your sounds, etc. You then hit the options key (right soft
>> key) and select the MP3 or ring tone you want and then set it as
>> default under the sounds setting in your phone.
>>
>> Elector

>




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Old 12-04-2006, 01:27 AM
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Hi Barry,
Thanks for the post and info.
Unfortunately, the method described for the VX8100 on the website at
mikesparr.com doesn't seem to work for my VX8300 (his method was for
his VX8100).
I formatted my MicroSD card WHILE IT WAS INSIDE THE PHONE (as
instructed). That process did indeed create several directories (e.g.
my_sounds, my_pix, etc.). I then hand-created a Ringtone directory,
copied over my midi ringtones, re-inserted the MicroSD back into the
VX8300 and looked for the new files. They were not listed where the
website said they would be - they were nowhere at all that I could find
via the phone
I even re-tried the method but named the directory my_ringtones - still
didn't work.
Thus far, only messaging Ringtones to myself via the Verizon website
and then saving them as Ringtones has worked. But that method is slow,
expensive and makes no use of the MicroSD card I bought (it appears
that Ringtones are stored in phone memory on the VX8300 - period).
The other website was not very helpful regarding this particular
subject.
Unless someone comes up with another suggestion, my next attempt seems
like it will have to be via the software BitPim and a cable or a
Bluettoth USB dongle for my PC.
As for the cable idea, this phone has only one location for a cable -
it the place used for the battery charger! Soooooo....I'm told that
this location is also used for a data transfer cable...hmmmm. I think
I'll try the Bluetooth concept first
Any other suggestions?
Thxs.
- omicron -


Barry wrote:
> Here are 2 links I found for my 8100. Have not tried them yet since I have
> a memory card on order.
>
> http://forums.mobiledia.com/topic10566-0-asc-180.html
>
> http://www.mikesparr.com/2006/03/05/...ng-mp3-player/
>
> Let me know how it goes.
>
> Barry
> "Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1165189075.993834.264510@16g2000cwy.googlegro ups.com...
> >> "Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> originally wrote:

> >
> >> > I also have one Ringtone on my PC for purposes of experimentation.
> >> > Can you direct me from here?
> >> > Do I create a specfic folder on the MicroSD in which to copy the
> >> > Ringtone?
> >> > If so, what name should that folder be called? (I do NOT have a
> >> > cable
> >> > for this phone - that is the reason I got the MicroSD card.)
> >> > THEN, once the Ringtone is saved to the MicroSD and the card is
> >> > placed
> >> > back into my LG VX8300 can you give the steps needed to get it
> >> > visible
> >> > on the phone and, most importantly, how to use it as a Ringtone?

> >
> > "So Elector Wrote Back:"
> >> You are given the option of having things go to the microsd card or
> >> main memory. I would transfer the ringtone to main memory,

> >
> > YES. AND THERE IN LIES THE RUB!
> > HOW does one transfer the ringtone from the MicroSD to the phone's Main
> > Memory??
> > I see no option on my phone that will allow me to perfrom such a task.
> > When I place the MicroSD back into the VX8300, I can find NO menu, key
> > or option
> > that allows me see, let allow transfer, that Ringtone to the phone.
> > I can indeed see images and video that exist on the MicroSD, and I
> > could certainly transfer those things to the PIX and/or FliIX area of
> > the phone. But as for Ringtones - I see no such ability or option to
> > allow me to due so. I see no folder or directory on the phone in which
> > to place the Ringtone.
> > So far, the ONLY method I've come across that allows me to perform the
> > task that I've be writing about is:
> > 1. Transfer ringtones into my Verizon account via the website at
> > https://www.vzwpix.com by using the drop-and-drag method.
> > 2. Then, again from this site, send myself a message with one of the
> > Ringtones attached to it.
> > 3. Next, when the messasge arrives on my phone, us the "Save the
> > Attachment as a Ringtone" option to save the thing to my phone!
> > All this seems very time-consuming, plus it costs me money to send
> > myself a message (I use the pay-as-you-use it, Text Messaging option).
> > Seems that a major point of having a MicroSD would be for the very
> > thing we are trying to do here.
> > I'm of the opinion Elector, that the method I've tried to use and the
> > suggestions you've been kind enough to offer me, do not work with this
> > phone arrangment.
> > Others have suggested that my next attempt should be to purchase a
> > Bluetooth USB dongle and see if I can move Ringtones from my PC to my
> > phone in that method.
> > My only concern with that suggestion is, once again, WHERE in the phone
> > does one copy/transfer these ringtones?? Whether via MicroSD or
> > Bluetooth, I still do NOT know or see where one is suppose to copy the
> > ringtone into the phone!
> > I'm up for more ideas.
> > Anyone?
> > Thxs.
> > - omicron -
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > then when
> >> you go to your sounds, etc. You then hit the options key (right soft
> >> key) and select the MP3 or ring tone you want and then set it as
> >> default under the sounds setting in your phone.
> >>
> >> Elector

> >



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Old 12-04-2006, 02:35 AM
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On 3 Dec 2006 18:27:10 -0800, "Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> wrote:
: Hi Barry,
: Thanks for the post and info.
: Unfortunately, the method described for the VX8100 on the website at
: mikesparr.com doesn't seem to work for my VX8300 (his method was for
: his VX8100).
: I formatted my MicroSD card WHILE IT WAS INSIDE THE PHONE (as
: instructed). That process did indeed create several directories (e.g.
: my_sounds, my_pix, etc.). I then hand-created a Ringtone directory,
: copied over my midi ringtones, re-inserted the MicroSD back into the
: VX8300 and looked for the new files. They were not listed where the
: website said they would be - they were nowhere at all that I could find
: via the phone
: I even re-tried the method but named the directory my_ringtones - still
: didn't work.

I think you have to hack your way to a deeper menu (closer to the operating
system) than those Verizon normally lets you see. You might be able to find
out how to do that on Howard Forums, although that's a difficult venue for
newbies.

: Thus far, only messaging Ringtones to myself via the Verizon website
: and then saving them as Ringtones has worked. But that method is slow,
: expensive and makes no use of the MicroSD card I bought (it appears
: that Ringtones are stored in phone memory on the VX8300 - period).
: The other website was not very helpful regarding this particular
: subject.
: Unless someone comes up with another suggestion, my next attempt seems
: like it will have to be via the software BitPim and a cable or a
: Bluettoth USB dongle for my PC.
: As for the cable idea, this phone has only one location for a cable -
: it the place used for the battery charger! Soooooo....I'm told that
: this location is also used for a data transfer cable...hmmmm. I think
: I'll try the Bluetooth concept first

Isn't that the part of the Bluetooth functionality that Verizon (or LG, or LG
at Verizon's request) has deliberately crippled? (Presumably so that you can't
easily bring ringtones, pictures, etc. to the phone.) I don't know that, but
several past articles have hinted that it's the case.

: Any other suggestions?

I'd try the messaging method. (After all, it's a one shot thing unless you're
going to keep loading new tones.) But I don't know how to get the ringtone to
my computer in the first place. My wife wants one of the tones from her
previous phone (a VX7000), but I haven't the slightest idea how to get it off
of there, or even whether it's possible.

Bob

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Old 12-04-2006, 12:43 PM
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"Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> wrote in message
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<snip>
> YES. AND THERE IN LIES THE RUB!
> HOW does one transfer the ringtone from the MicroSD to the phone's Main
> Memory??
> I see no option on my phone that will allow me to perfrom such a task.
> When I place the MicroSD back into the VX8300, I can find NO menu, key
> or option
> that allows me see, let allow transfer, that Ringtone to the phone.
> I can indeed see images and video that exist on the MicroSD, and I
> could certainly transfer those things to the PIX and/or FliIX area of
> the phone. But as for Ringtones - I see no such ability or option to
> allow me to due so. I see no folder or directory on the phone in which
> to place the Ringtone.
> So far, the ONLY method I've come across that allows me to perform the
> task that I've be writing about is:
> 1. Transfer ringtones into my Verizon account via the website at
> https://www.vzwpix.com by using the drop-and-drag method.
> 2. Then, again from this site, send myself a message with one of the
> Ringtones attached to it.
> 3. Next, when the messasge arrives on my phone, us the "Save the
> Attachment as a Ringtone" option to save the thing to my phone!
> All this seems very time-consuming, plus it costs me money to send
> myself a message (I use the pay-as-you-use it, Text Messaging option).
> Seems that a major point of having a MicroSD would be for the very
> thing we are trying to do here.
> I'm of the opinion Elector, that the method I've tried to use and the
> suggestions you've been kind enough to offer me, do not work with this
> phone arrangment.
> Others have suggested that my next attempt should be to purchase a
> Bluetooth USB dongle and see if I can move Ringtones from my PC to my
> phone in that method.
> My only concern with that suggestion is, once again, WHERE in the phone
> does one copy/transfer these ringtones?? Whether via MicroSD or
> Bluetooth, I still do NOT know or see where one is suppose to copy the
> ringtone into the phone!
> I'm up for more ideas.
> Anyone?
> Thxs.
> - omicron -



Unfortunately I believe I mentioned the VzPix Place in my initial reply as
an easy method. The Pix Place is on your phone and there are no charges for
using it from or to your phone according to the web site. I would not know
if this is 100% true however since I have unlimited text and pix and flix on
both my phones.

I know that what I initially did was to email my midi file over to my
account and then saved it to my sounds. On the main memory I believe, but I
know that when I made a transfer I took the sounds and pixs off main memory
and placed them on the microSd card and yet they still play and I can change
photos etc.

Sometime when I get a chance today I will see if I can get a ringtone from
the card to main memory and then back again and exactly how I did it.

Elector



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Old 12-06-2006, 01:32 AM
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2006 22:35:42 -0500, Robert Coe <bob@1776.COM> wrote:
: On 3 Dec 2006 18:27:10 -0800, "Omicron" <Omicron100@gmail.com> wrote:
: : Hi Barry,
: : Thanks for the post and info.
: : Unfortunately, the method described for the VX8100 on the website at
: : mikesparr.com doesn't seem to work for my VX8300 (his method was for
: : his VX8100).
: : I formatted my MicroSD card WHILE IT WAS INSIDE THE PHONE (as
: : instructed). That process did indeed create several directories (e.g.
: : my_sounds, my_pix, etc.). I then hand-created a Ringtone directory,
: : copied over my midi ringtones, re-inserted the MicroSD back into the
: : VX8300 and looked for the new files. They were not listed where the
: : website said they would be - they were nowhere at all that I could find
: : via the phone
: : I even re-tried the method but named the directory my_ringtones - still
: : didn't work.
:
: I think you have to hack your way to a deeper menu (closer to the operating
: system) than those Verizon normally lets you see. You might be able to find
: out how to do that on Howard Forums, although that's a difficult venue for
: newbies.
:
: : Thus far, only messaging Ringtones to myself via the Verizon website
: : and then saving them as Ringtones has worked. But that method is slow,
: : expensive and makes no use of the MicroSD card I bought (it appears
: : that Ringtones are stored in phone memory on the VX8300 - period).
: : The other website was not very helpful regarding this particular
: : subject.
: : Unless someone comes up with another suggestion, my next attempt seems
: : like it will have to be via the software BitPim and a cable or a
: : Bluettoth USB dongle for my PC.
: : As for the cable idea, this phone has only one location for a cable -
: : it the place used for the battery charger! Soooooo....I'm told that
: : this location is also used for a data transfer cable...hmmmm. I think
: : I'll try the Bluetooth concept first
:
: Isn't that the part of the Bluetooth functionality that Verizon (or LG, or LG
: at Verizon's request) has deliberately crippled? (Presumably so that you can't
: easily bring ringtones, pictures, etc. to the phone.) I don't know that, but
: several past articles have hinted that it's the case.
:
: : Any other suggestions?
:
: I'd try the messaging method. (After all, it's a one shot thing unless you're
: going to keep loading new tones.) But I don't know how to get the ringtone to
: my computer in the first place. My wife wants one of the tones from her
: previous phone (a VX7000), but I haven't the slightest idea how to get it off
: of there, or even whether it's possible.

Pretty much everything I said above turned out to be wrong, except the hope
that all would be explained on Howard Forums. HF tells you (sort of) how to
introduce the phone to a bluetooth computer and how to download and install
the "BitPim" utility. (Despite what some have said recently, BitPim *does* now
support the 8300 directly.) Unlike Bluetooth itself, BitPim is fairly
intuitive. To add ringtones, you just copy them to BitPim's "Ringers" folder
and then write the info back to the phone.

Oddly, the "Trains" ringtone that my wife wanted (and which started me on this
quest) turned out to be on the phone already, but not in the Ringtones folder
(whose name, BTW, has a very obscure name, which doesn't matter, since BitPim
effectively finds it for you).

Bob


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Old 12-06-2006, 03:17 PM
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Hi Bob,
Thanks for the update.
I think I ran across your "train" ringtone/sound in the "sounds"
section of the VX8300 phone.
This whole thing is more complex than diffential equations (which I
handle fairly well!)
Anyway, if I understand you correctly, it would seem that I should
definitley go purchase one of those Bluetooth/USB dongles for my PC and
fire up BitPim.
Would you agree?
The truth of the matter is that I am really not that all fired up to
add Ringtones to my phone BUT now this whole process has got me by the
throat and I want to beat it into the ground!
I saw a number of the bluetooth devices for my computer at prices as
cheap as $9.99 (cyberguys.com).
Sooo......guess I'll order one and try this method out.
Keep you posted.
Thxs,
- al -


Robert Coe wrote:
>
> Pretty much everything I said above turned out to be wrong, except the hope
> that all would be explained on Howard Forums. HF tells you (sort of) how to
> introduce the phone to a bluetooth computer and how to download and install
> the "BitPim" utility. (Despite what some have said recently, BitPim *does* now
> support the 8300 directly.) Unlike Bluetooth itself, BitPim is fairly
> intuitive. To add ringtones, you just copy them to BitPim's "Ringers" folder
> and then write the info back to the phone.
>
> Oddly, the "Trains" ringtone that my wife wanted (and which started me on this
> quest) turned out to be on the phone already, but not in the Ringtones folder
> (whose name, BTW, has a very obscure name, which doesn't matter, since BitPim
> effectively finds it for you).
>
> Bob



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