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    Since Windows Phone only supports MP3 files that are of 40 sec duration and less than 1MB file. I tried creating ringtones using Blaze Media pro which fits that specification but doesn't work with my Lumia 900. So can someone suggest me a ringtone maker application that will select initial 40 seconds of a file and convert it into ringtone to work with Lumia 900s?
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    This article might help you it has links to the software I use when making ringtones.

    Who wants custom ringtones on Mango right now? - Mobility Digest
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    Nokia Lumia 1020/Blu Studio 5.0 LTE owner here...

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    I want to make ringtones form the list of MP3 files which reside inside my device, not from some outside source
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    Mobo....................................ASUS P5Q Pro
    RAM.............................4GB G.Skill DDR2 800
    HDD................................WD 6400AAKS HDD
    GPU............................MSI Cyclone GTX 460
    PSU..............................Corsair 650TX 650W
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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick786us View Post
    I want to make ringtones form the list of MP3 files which reside inside my device, not from some outside source
    I haven't seen anything like that, and uploading to skydrive took no time for me
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    Thank you. I tried these steps

    Who wants custom ringtones on Mango right now? - Mobility Digest

    I just have one doubt. Is it necessary to create a genere titled 'Ringtone'?
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    CPU............................Intel E8400 @ 3.6Ghz
    Mobo....................................ASUS P5Q Pro
    RAM.............................4GB G.Skill DDR2 800
    HDD................................WD 6400AAKS HDD
    GPU............................MSI Cyclone GTX 460
    PSU..............................Corsair 650TX 650W
    Case..............................................CM 690
    Display...................Dell SP2208WFP (22 inch)
    O.S.........................Windows 7 Ultimatum 64
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    try this one and if you tried v 1.1 try v1.2 it's better ..and waiting any suggestions or opinions :) SkyDrive Ringtone Maker | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
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    There is no reason for making some things to make an mp3 a ringtone, there is an app called Ringit and it can set as ringtone any Youtube's song!
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    I used Ringit and it is the best it can download any song and also you must know is possible to download it all and listen it!

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