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All of my .wav covnert to .amr and I cant play??
I will start with a little background, I am using the LG CU500
 
I have had a few files sent to me via text and wanted to add them as ringtone or ring ids.  The problem is my phone does not like to .amr format.  I can play the files all day long but cant add them to a ringtone or ID..  I even went as far as converting the file to a .wav and sent it back but each time my phone recieved it it says .amr.
 
Please Help
I will start with a little background, I am using the LG CU500
 
I have had a few files sent to me via text and wanted to add them as ringtone or ring ids.  The problem is my phone does not like to .amr format.  I can play the files all day long but cant add them to a ringtone or ID..  I even went as far as converting the file to a .wav and sent it back but each time my phone recieved it it says .amr.
 
Please Help

All of my .wav covnert to .amr and I cant play??

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Jul 12, 2008 8:54:22 PM
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http://www.wav-mp3.com/
i brought this program and converted my wav to mp3 and it worked out great.
its an easy to use program too.
My phone is a RAZR V3
and i use motorola phone tools to transfer the mp3 files to my phone.
http://www.wav-mp3.com/
i brought this program and converted my wav to mp3 and it worked out great.
its an easy to use program too.
My phone is a RAZR V3
and i use motorola phone tools to transfer the mp3 files to my phone.

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I can't say for Windows Vista, but on XP Home, I can still use the Windows Sound Recorder to convert files between several formats, specifically from .wav to .mp3.  You can find it from Start - All Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound Recorder.  It also lets you trim the clip on the front end or the back end so you can clip out just what you want from the file.
I can't say for Windows Vista, but on XP Home, I can still use the Windows Sound Recorder to convert files between several formats, specifically from .wav to .mp3.  You can find it from Start - All Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound Recorder.  It also lets you trim the clip on the front end or the back end so you can clip out just what you want from the file.

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