1. Sku86's Avatar
    Cant find this one anywhere. Is it possible full length mp3 melody as a ringtone on WP8, or it is done in the same way and the same limitations as on Mango ?

    Sorry.. i didnt take a look in correct in WP8 OS section of forums. I found the answer. :)
    11-12-2012 09:05 AM
  2. MaulerX's Avatar
    Full length? I don't think any carrier allows a phone to ring for that long. I personally use "easyRing & Music". Excellent ringtone app.
    11-12-2012 09:09 AM
  3. Muessig's Avatar
    Have you searched for this at all?

    On WP8 it is possible to put a full-on mp3 as a ringtone. Connect the phone to the PC, browse the phone and you'll see a Ringtones folder. Drop and drag the file you want to be a ringtone into that folder and then when you go to the ringtones+sounds section of the settings it'll be at the top of the list.
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    11-12-2012 09:12 AM
  4. Smity Smiter's Avatar
    Have you searched for this at all?

    On WP8 it is possible to put a full-on mp3 as a ringtone. Connect the phone to the PC, browse the phone and you'll see a Ringtones folder. Drop and drag the file you want to be a ringtone into that folder and then when you go to the ringtones+sounds section of the settings it'll be at the top of the list.
    Honestly, that's just pathetic, unable to choose a song directly from the Music+Video library. 10yr old Symbian phones could do that, each and every Android phone can do that. I'm not sure about iOS, but I presume even they can.
    02-06-2013 07:38 AM
  5. tk-093's Avatar
    Honestly, that's just pathetic, unable to choose a song directly from the Music+Video library. 10yr old Symbian phones could do that, each and every Android phone can do that. I'm not sure about iOS, but I presume even they can.
    What? Android can do that? I'm in Google Music right now on my GS3 and I don't see where it can do that. I have to either (1) Plug my GS3 into my computer and drag and drop music into it, or (2) use a 3rd party app to take my music and make it a ringtone.. Guess what, Windows Phone can do that too.
    02-06-2013 10:00 AM
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