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Wednesday, September 07, 2005 


Make your favorite song your ringtone on your Bluetooth phone for free!

Perhaps this should go in Thunder Speak, but here is my attempt to do a Lifehack, or better yet, of the Evangelical Outpost's "Yak Razor Tip." This is so common knowledge I'm sure its practically useless to everyone, but perhaps there are a few things that I can point out to make possible.

To start with, select a song that you would like to have as your ringtone. Better, select a section of a song. In all actuality, it is not feasible to play a full song as your ringtone. Allow approximately twenty seconds of play. This will allow the sound selection to play through once, and get about half way through a second time before it cuts to your voicemail. Of course, some phones allow you....


This is how far I got before I realized the latest Yak Razor Tip actually has an entry entitled "How to make your own ringtone," thus making this entry, this one, the one you are currently reading, fully obsolete. I am dejected. Oh well. At least this means that I was actually going to suggest something helpful. Heck, they should offer me a job. You can find the link here.


Transplanted from the artic blight of Minnesota to the sunny paradise of SoCal, I am attending school and learning to say "dude." I like to think of myself as equal parts surf rash, Batman, heavy metal, Levinas, poetic license, and reformational. Other than creating blund blogs, I enjoy reading, sporting, and socializing with serious and funny people.
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