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Sounds to ringtones

Is there any way to move ringtones that are saved on my sd card to the ringtone file on my env2 phone.

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Try this:
Under Get It Now, choose Music & Tones; then choose My Sounds.

Highlight the sound you want to use as a ringtone and send it to yourself. When you get the text message, choose the option "save as ringtone". Now you can use it as a ringtone.

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