Filed Under (LG enV touch, LG Phone Problem and Solution) by lg-phones on 21-03-2010

Here’s a method you might want to try to hack a custom ringtone onto your LG enV TouchLG Phone Problem and Solution

Make an mp3 ringtone file (I’m not sure about size limitations, but you might need to try limiting the length and filesize) and put it in the "my_sounds" folder on your SD card. Replace the SD card in your LG enV Touch, then click the blue icon with the white dots to open the menu. Go to "Media Center" > "Music and Tones". Then open "My Sounds" and hopefully you’ll find your custom ringtone inside. Choose it, then select "Options" > "Set As" > "Ringtone".

Here’s another method to try if that doesn’t work:
On your LG enV Touch, record a sound onto the SD card. Turn off your LG enV Touch, remove the card and put it in your computer. If not enabled, make sure you "Show Extensions" in the folder options of your operating system. Rename your ringtone mp3 or wav to the exact filename and extension as your sound recording, then copy it into "my_sounds" replacing the recorded file. Then try setting the sound as your ring the same way as above. LG-enV touch info

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The third method: "Another idea for ringtones is to send yourself a sound bit via phone or email and save it as ringtone which will then pop up in your ringtones folder :)"

Let us know how this works out for you.

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Tommy on 28 March, 2010 at 9:13 am #

Thanks, worked well!

Gary on 23 December, 2010 at 6:20 pm #

You can also send it to your Verizon phone from your e-mail. Put in your 10 digit phone number (prefix and phone number) and the web address You have to register at the website before you can do this. Don’t put in a subject title. You will receive it as a text/media. When you open it you will have the option of saving it or “Set As” Choose ringtone.

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