Friday, September 5, 2008

Start to pick up on my iphone skill.

Using 3G network to surf net using iphone. Is a very great experience. Fast and stable... You able to do lot of thing that you do on your PC's browser. The only disadvantage is the java and flash plugin that still not able to work on hand held devices. Typing no longer a challenge to me now. Since I know how the iphone behave when wrong button is press. It will auto correct to the closer button and guess the words. Great feature...

Since I am not always forward others SMS. So without this function build on the iphone didn't cause any problem to me. Battery life will still need to take some time to look into it as battery need 3 full charge to reach it max level. Personal ringtone need to purchase from Itune in order to get convert. But find a good way to do so by Using apple Itune and some of your precious time.

1. Right click on the song you are going to make into a ringer and select “Get Info.”
2. Go to the options tab and go down to the “Start Time” and “Stop Time” check boxes. Check both boxes and input the time you want your ringer to start/stop. The ringer has to be 30 seconds or less. Click OK when you’re done.
3. Right click on your newly “clipped” song and select “Convert Selection to AAC.” The song will be re-encoded using the start and stop times determined (If your menu item does not read “Convert Selection to AAC” and reads “Convert Slection to MP3″ (or some other format) please go to iTunes > Preferences > Advanced > Importing and change the “Import Using” drop down menu to “AAC Encoder”).

4. After the song is done encoding navigate to your iTunes Music folder, locate your song, and drag it to your desktop. After the song is on your desktop go back to iTunes and delete the clipped version from you iTunes library (It won’t delete it from your desktop, it will only remove it from iTunes).
5. Go back the song on your desktop and right click on your song and chose “Get info.” Go to the name and extension section and change the extension from .m4a to .m4r (or you can just change the extension right from your desktop)
6. After the extension is changed simply double click on the file to add it to your iTunes library under the ringtones section. Sync your phone with iTunes and you’re done!

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