It has been all known that the next generation of Windows Phone, Windows Phone 7 Mango, will come out this fall. Right yesterday, the Windows team blog released another great improvement of Windows Phone 7 Mango, which has settled the long anticipated custom ringtone problem. The upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango would provide users with user-friendly ringtone customization function.
One possibility of this long expected upcoming function is that an additional option ¡°Save as Ringtone¡± will be added for you to add your customized sound, audio or music, which would help you turn your customized files into a unique ringtone on Windows Phone 7 Mango. In Mango, any Marketplace app that revolves around sound or music¡ªkaraoke apps, sound effect apps, DJ apps, music instrument apps¡ªpotentially become a source of new custom ringtones for your phone.
Yet, the Mango will provide users the chance to customize ringtones with some restrictions, shows as bellow:
1. 39 seconds or shorter
2. Smaller than 1 megabyte (MB)
3. Saved in MP3 or WMA format
4. Not copy-protected (i.e. DRM free)
The detailed tutorial of how to do this would be out along with the street date of Windows Phone 7 Mango. For Zune users, when you have customized an audio file that meets the above conditions, just save it in the Genre of Ringtone and then you could sync your customized ringtone to the Windows Phone 7 Mango, showed in the bellow picture:
Besides the function of customizing ringtones in Windows Phone 7 Mango, it also provides some new native Microsoft ringtones for users.
DVD to MP4
DVD to iTunes 10
By DVD Ripper