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Thread: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

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    Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    I recently got the Samsung GT I5700 and I was wondering if anyone knew, if I could "change the message sound that played when you receive a text message? I know you can make your own ringtones and stuff. But I don’t like that Samsung inbuilt message notification ringtone when I received message. Please help to solve my solution.

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    Re: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    Here are directions for Changing Your Message Alert Tone
    1. Settings
    2. Sound Profile
    3. Tap on word Normal
    4. Top right corner - tap and scroll down to Message
    5. Message Alert Type Should Be Melody
    6. Message Alert Tone - choose Tones on bottom right corner, choose song, Add, Save.
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    Re: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    Hello, my message ringtones is for Eagles__3;
    I did everything you said for ringtones but when I come to convert the file 3g2, even with a program nothing works.
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    Re: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    Hello, I have a Samsung M500 and the method works for me. I had a song in MP3 format, I compressed my song ringtone in a 512 kb and I renamed it to 3G2 ... After that I put it on my memory card, I assign to the incoming call and everything works. I have received a call... ringtone has changed! I do not understand why its AC??? I would like some help please!

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    Re: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    1-You edit your MP3 to have the end of song you want as a ringtone (mpTrim does the work).

    2 - Conditions for this to work:
    - Must be the file size less than 512 KB.
    - The file name cannot contain spaces.
    - The file must have the extension .3 g2 (then this is case-sensitive)
    - The file can Be Either put the phone onto the memory card gold Itself, as long as It Is Placed in the DCIM \ folder 100SSMED.
    3 - Actions to the cell:
    Photos / Videos> My photos / videos> memory card
    Options> Details / Edit> Subtitle text
    Options> Assign> Voice calls (or "tone video" to assign to a particular person)

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    Re: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    It is the same for me! I am able to convert into *. 3g2 (with less than 512 KB) but when I select the file in my cell, it "freeze" and closes after few seconds. Also, I cannot open the file with QuickTime *. 3g2. For cons, the *. 3g2 who are already in my cell are working with QuickTime. Help me if you please!

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    Re: Notification tones for Samsung GT I5700

    You do not have to use special software application to change the file extension. You just have to rename them with windows (right-click + rename) and change the extension manually. Your MP3 files should not be too long otherwise I think it does not work (about 10 or 15 seconds max). Good luck!

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