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I am the kind of person who constantly changes their desktop background, their PS3 background, and most importantly in this instance, their cellphone ringtone. This Instructable is for ...
First of all, if you don't have audacity go get it. Here's a link: audacity.sourceforge.net/. Now on to the real part. Open up Audacity and select click Project>Import ...
Now this step may or may not be necessary. Click the space between the mute buttons and the track options menu or drag select the entire track. Now ...
If your track is too long then you may want to shorten it. Play the track and select the area before the area you want to be your ...
The last Audacity involved step is to export the audio. Click File>Export as MP3. Save it wherever you like and then close Audacity.
The other major program used in this process is the AMR to MP3 converter. If you haven't gotten it yet you can get it here. Open it up ...
Click convert. When the little window pops up it's done. Hit OK and close it down.
The last part is to get it to your phone. You could email it or if you have the cable you could do it that way but for ...
Congrats. That's it. Enjoy your silly tunes whenever you get a call.
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