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Could some one please tell me on how can i go about building ring tones for Mobiles Phone. A step by step guide is what i am looking for..or any kind of URL...

Are Ringtones mobile phone specific
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Just do a google search using the following text:

ringtone editor

Some ringtones will work on a variety of phones, but there are differences (eg. polyphonics etc.)
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Basically i want to do following things:

I don't wanta rintone composer but a way to create ringtones using some program and thats not on a mobile phone but on a windows platform . Once a ringtone has been created i will create a site where the user can send SMS and download the ringtone. If i am still not clear you can see this link:

www.rediff.com

there they have feature where one can download the ringtone by sending sms to a number.

I am also interrested to do sumthg like that..

thanks
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If you want to write your own application to create ringtones, then you need to find the specifications for the formats of the ringtones.  Here is one for RTX:

http://www.logomanager.co.uk/help/Edit/RTX.html

To allow access to your ringtones via SMS, you'll need to find an SMS aggregator, or a company that allows you direct access to an SMSC.   There are several tools/APIs around that allow you to create code that talks to SMSCs.  Two examples:

http://smppapi.sourceforge.net/
http://www.kannel.org/

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