Can I use PC sound files as ringtones?

  Pineman100 29 Jan 08
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My Panasonic EB-VS6 mobile phone is Bluetooth-enabled, and I've just got around to buying a USB Bluetooth dongle for my PC, in order to upload photos from the phone to my PC.

But it occurs to me that I can presumably transfer material from the PC to the phone, too.

Does this mean that I could send a sound file from my PC to my phone and use it for a ringtone? If so, what format should the file be in? Can I convert any sound file to the correct format in Windows Media Player 11?

  Zak 29 Jan 08

First of all check phone specs as to what media files are supported. Normally for current models mp3 is OK.

  Pineman100 30 Jan 08

I've hunted right through the phone manual, and believe it or not there's no list of supported sound file formats.

When I look at the list of available ringtones already within the phone, most file names carry the suffix .mmf although a few seem to be .m4a

Does that mean anything to you?

  Zak 30 Jan 08

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mmf = message management file used by Samsung

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  citadel 30 Jan 08

I use magix ringtone maker. you can make ringtones from tracks in your windows media library.

  MCE2K5 31 Jan 08

click here

Scroll down to 'Multimedia Features'

"40 Voice Polyphonic Ringtones · MP3 ringtones"

  MCE2K5 31 Jan 08

Also found,

Entertainmenet 40-polyphonic Ringtones

Java™ Download Capability

Pre-installed Games

Pre-installed Wallpapers

MP3 Capability *5

*5 This phone supports the ISO standard for MP3, nonconforming MP3 formats may not play properly.

  Pineman100 31 Jan 08

I've got a lot of learning to do from all your answers! So I'll close the thread now and start trying to make sense of it all.

I'm very grateful for your help.

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