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Thread: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

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    Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    How do i convert a song so i can send it to my Nextel i860 phone, i already shortened it. I send to phone in wav. and cant get it it Gif. or something like that, not really sure what to do. Can someone help please?

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    Re: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    Try converting it to mp3...You will need the registered version of poweramp to convert wav. to mp3

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    Re: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    I got the registered version, its not working

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    Re: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    Btw, that burning man, the car that looks like a orange face, i seen that on monster nation i think

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    Re: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trx250r
    I got the registered version, its not working
    DbPoweramp isn't working or setting up an mp3 as a ringtone isn't working?

    That car is pretty wild but everything at burningman is pretty wild!

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    Re: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    To convert and send the music file to the Nextel i860 phone, you need to:

    - Convert the music file to a supported format such as WAV or MP3.
    - Connect the phone to the computer and transfer the file via USB or memory card.
    Good luck setting up your ringtone

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    Re: Nextel i860 Ringtones?

    Maybe I'm just me, but replying to an almost twenty year old post, to give information about a phone that cannot work on modern cell networks, is a waste of time.

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