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Retrieving Music Downloads

I cannot find any of the music or ringtones I downloaded onto my Motorola V3 rzr. I received verification that they were downloaded onto my Motorola Rzr but I dont know where they went on my cell phone. Can anyone help me locate them?

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    Dee Gren Oct 13, 2008

    they are not under messages, but I did receive them

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Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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Look under messages. Maybe you forgot to store them.

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  • rwhite9 Oct 13, 2008

    Try "My Stuff" under "Sounds"

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