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Thread: Tutorial: How to put mp3 rintones on your LG VX6000 for dummies!

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    Sending the midi file through e-mail is another method with one big downfall, the size being greately limited to 30K or less.

    Using the method above you midi file is only aprox under 10 sec. (Mine were about 3 sec max)

    By using my method above I have currently OVER 45 minutes of MP3's on my phone, and my phones integrity has not been compromised.


    -Ryan


    -----Yes, I DO have over 45 minutes of MP3's on my VX6000 phone, and still have 20 wallpapers, and 10 saved pix messages, 90 (total) saved txt messages.

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    Alternate Sound Forge 7.0 download

    http://ftp.pcworld.com/pub/new/graph...ge70-trial.exe



    Worked as of 11/28/03.


    Full Trial program......NEVER ends!!!!!!


    -Ryan

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    Trying to add a simple midi ringtone to my vx6000. I have BitPim.62. I go to the Ringers tab and add the midi file then go to DATA ---> send phone data -----> check ringtone and the add bubble ----> i click OK and get the following error:


    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 197, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 138, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1016, in senddata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1028, in writeringtone
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 537, in saveringtones
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 470, in saveprettystuff
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 428, in getindex
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 689, in getfilecontents
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 889, in sendbrewcommand
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 928, in _sendbrewcommand
    BrewNoSuchFileException: No such file


    It gives this error when receiving/sending anything besides the phonebook. Does anyone know how to fix these problems?

    I have insalled the drivers that came with a data cable directly from USCC.

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    Simple answer.... you must have the wrong verison of Bitpm


    Before I upgraded to the modified version, I had the same problem as you.



    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 537, in saveringtones


    Notice the "lgvx4400.pyo" ..... it says 4400 model when you have the vx6000 model.


    My version says

    File "com_lgvx6000.pyo", line 537, in saveringtones



    -Ryan

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    Angry

    Give credit where credit is due!

    -randyman (Author of the ORIGINAL MP3 tutorial)

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    randyman,

    If you want me to give credit where credit is owed then.......

    Thanks, Ryan for taking your own unpaid time to make a tutorial for everyone to use.


    I made this tutorial by MYSELF with no help from you! The whole reason why I wrote this tutorial is because your tutorial stinked! You left users trying to figure out some complicated things on their own, I told everyone how to put MP3's onto their phone, the method that worked for me.

    So, yes I'm mad when you try to take my work and say it's because of you when it's NOT. This is my OWN work NOT yours.

    -Ryan

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    static2229:

    I had the same problems. It was a little confusing till I finally trudged through the posts.

    Uninstall whatever version of Bitpim you have.

    Reinstall the version below made for the VX6000.

    http://www.cowger.us/bitpim-0.62-forVX6000-setup.exe

    Just in case you missed the original thread on the fixed BitPim for the VX6000:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...hreadid=240196


    All you guys arguing over tutorials and credit.
    Remember what your mother said!

    "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."

    I think this is a good motto for any forum. Unless it is a debate forum...


    Originally posted by static2229
    Trying to add a simple midi ringtone to my vx6000. I have BitPim.62. I go to the Ringers tab and add the midi file then go to DATA ---> send phone data -----> check ringtone and the add bubble ----> i click OK and get the following error:


    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 197, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 138, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1016, in senddata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1028, in writeringtone
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 537, in saveringtones
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 470, in saveprettystuff
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 428, in getindex
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 689, in getfilecontents
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 889, in sendbrewcommand
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 928, in _sendbrewcommand
    BrewNoSuchFileException: No such file


    It gives this error when receiving/sending anything besides the phonebook. Does anyone know how to fix these problems?

    I have insalled the drivers that came with a data cable directly from USCC.

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    static2229:

    I had the same problems. It was a little confusing till I finally trudged through the posts.

    Uninstall whatever version of Bitpim you have.

    Reinstall the version below made for the VX6000.

    http://www.cowger.us/bitpim-0.62-forVX6000-setup.exe

    Just in case you missed the original thread on the fixed BitPim for the VX6000:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...hreadid=240196


    All you guys arguing over tutorials and credit.
    Remember what your mother said!

    "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."

    I think this is a good motto for any forum. Unless it is a debate forum...


    Originally posted by static2229
    Trying to add a simple midi ringtone to my vx6000. I have BitPim.62. I go to the Ringers tab and add the midi file then go to DATA ---> send phone data -----> check ringtone and the add bubble ----> i click OK and get the following error:


    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 197, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 138, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1016, in senddata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1028, in writeringtone
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 537, in saveringtones
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 470, in saveprettystuff
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 428, in getindex
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 689, in getfilecontents
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 889, in sendbrewcommand
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 928, in _sendbrewcommand
    BrewNoSuchFileException: No such file


    It gives this error when receiving/sending anything besides the phonebook. Does anyone know how to fix these problems?

    I have insalled the drivers that came with a data cable directly from USCC.

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    Is it just me or am I seeing double post ;=)



    Sorry about the bickering, just get mad when I spend almost an hour trying to write up a good tutorial, and someone comes along and says that they deserve the credit for my work. Some people just need to think. But I'm over it.



    -Ryan

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    On the double post - fat fingers, what can I say.

    Actually, this forum is mild. Just go to the ReplayTV forum at AVSForums. Make one little mistake, or ask a question that was asked in 1998, and it is flame city. Or just rudeness.

    I understand what you are saying. Sometimes you have to state your position. My opinion is - keep all comments as positive as possible.

    Beleive me, there are lots of posts that I see that are tempting to reply negatively to, but it would not accomplish anything.

    Peace to all. This is a place to share, learn, teach, have fun.

    I am sure it has been said before - "I LOVE MY VX-6000!" Not perfect, but one of the most pleasurable phones I have ever used.

    Originally posted by Lenahan2001
    Is it just me or am I seeing double post ;=)



    Sorry about the bickering, just get mad when I spend almost an hour trying to write up a good tutorial, and someone comes along and says that they deserve the credit for my work. Some people just need to think. But I'm over it.



    -Ryan

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    Hi. I just bought the VX6000. Putting MP3s on my phone as ringers caught my eye. I just ordered the USB cable but have not recieved it yet. But in the mean time i tried skimming an MP3 down to 27.6kb. After doing that I did what was written, i changed the extention to .mid and emailed it to my phone via vzwpix.com. I tried several times, with and without text, etc. I am still recieving errors...any suggestions on what i might be doing wrong???

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    If I'm not mistaken MP3's have not yet been sucessfully transfered to the phone via anything but the cable. So I think you had better wait that one out.
    - a 1337 H4x0 was here-
    then he let me take over

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    I just transferred an mp3 (29k) to my VX6000 by [email protected]. I have the Mobile Web and the unlimited txt/pix combo.

    All I did was rename it .mid and attached it to the email. I've tried a larger file like 250k but it said unsupported file because I think it may have been too large.
    - out...

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    Originally posted by physicsboy
    If I'm not mistaken MP3's have not yet been sucessfully transfered to the phone via anything but the cable. So I think you had better wait that one out.
    if you rename a .mp3 to a.mid and make sure it's under 30kb...it will work fine when sent to your [email protected] email addy...try it out before you're "mistaken"

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    No more problems

    Thanks everybody. I realized what my problem was. I was directly uploading the .mid file to my vzwpix.com account instead of emailing it from a third party email account (yahoo!). Once i did that i was able to play the ".mid" file on my phone. The sound quality is great for a ringer....but it will only get better.

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