Right click the download link and chose 'save as' to download a file, left clicking a download link will open a media player like QuickTime or Windows Media Player in most cases.
To preview a file, you can use the embedded player or just click on the a download link to open the file with your associated media player (to preview the MP4 video ringtones Apple QuickTime is required).
Run Audacity, and open the MP3 file with "File" -> "Open" or just drag 'n drop the file into the editor window. To save the loaded audio stream as WAV file click on "File" -> "Export as WAV". You can also save only a selected area with "File" -> "Export Selection as WAV".
Step 1: Enable Bluetooth on your PC. To enable Bluetooth on your PC select the option for Bluetooth devices in your control panel and make sure the technology is enabled. If you are installing a USB Bluetooth module, you should be able to use it directly (for some devices you have to install the drivers and software).
Step 2: Enable Bluetooth on your cell phone. Each phone is different, but there should be an option to enable Bluetooth in your mobile phone settings. Enable it, and make sure your phone is visible.
Step 3: Use your PC to search for Bluetooth devices. It should find your cell phone. If not, you can try searching for your PC with your cell phone (the important part is that the devices are connected, regardless of the direction).
Step 4: Approve the devices to connect. Sometimes, the devices will automatically connect, and you will be ready to go. However, if this is not the case, refer to the next step.
Step 5: If needed, enter any necessary security codes. If you do not know these codes, try the manufacturer defaults (e.g. 1234) or contact the customer support.
Step 6: Select the files (ringtones, videos, etc.) on your computer that you want to transfer, right click the files and select "send via bluetooth". For some USB Bluetooth devices you will have to use the software delivered with your USB module to transfer the files.
Step 1: If your cell phone has a mini-USB port, you can connect it to your computer to transfer ringtones and videos between your mobile phone and your PC (for some mobile devices you have to install the drivers).
Step 2: Enable USB connection on your cell phone. Each phone is different, but there should be an option to enable USB in your cell phone settings. Enable it, and connect the USB cable.
Step 3: Double click on the Removable Disk icon. This should be your phone’s memory storage. On a Windows PC you can find it in the "My Computer" window, on a Mac it’s on the desktop.
Step 4: Now you can Drag 'n Drop the files from your PC to your cell phone or memory card (optional on most mobile devices).
Step 5: Remove the phone safely from your computer: On a Windows PC use the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon. On a Mac drag the Removable Disk icon to the Trash.
Step 6: Disconnect the USB cable.
You can send the ringtone to your cell phone via SMS or Mail, but this can generate costs for the data transfer.
Yes, the audio files (MP3-format) are compatible to most audio and video editor tools, like Windows Movie Maker or Windows DVD Maker.
Step 1: Add the MP3 file to your iTunes Music Library.
Step 2: Right click on the MP3 file and select "Create AAC Version" in the popup menu. The AAC Version will be automatically added to the Library after creating.
Step 3: Change the file extension of the created file from ".m4a" to ".m4r".
Step 4: Now you can Drag 'n Drop the renamed file to your iTunes Ringtone Library.
For more technical questions, check out the manufacturers site of your cell phone or public forums, where users post and answer questions daily.
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