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Can't use mp3s stored on memory card as message alerts

I have a v3i and want to used stored mp3 songs on my memory card to be used as message alert tones. how?

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  • vitz Nov 01, 2008

    thanks paul

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You need a program to load you mp3's to your phone..
http://www.mobile-master.com/
It will work with your phone... Works with Vista too.

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