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Moving my documents

Can I move my document or its contents to my memory card and ring tones and alarm tones work or can i create a short cut if i move a ring tone on its own it cant be found by the phone I have htc tytn useing mobile 6

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Storage memory is critical low. i cannot transfer the files to new memory card i installed 4 GB. What steps shall i follow?

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All your files should be transferable; the memory is a better place for them in case your phone ever gets damaged and needs to be replaced. You can also backup the phone on your computer...

Make sure you have this installed first.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/help/synchronize/activesync45.mspx

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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7]

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Ring tones


Yes, Place them in the "My Documents" folder on your device or the root directory of a storage card... Then you can see them from the sounds menus... or you can select them via the "My Stuff" menu and click "set as" and then Ringtone...

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Memory card


You need to go to your file manager/my documents/my picture. Once there then you can move/copy your pictures to your memory card.
Press "menu" -> "file" -> copy/move to. It will then allow you to select the folder you want your pictures to be moved to. Move to "Storage Card" and click 'done.That should move/copy your pictures.
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Ringtones and Alarms


Following support document might help you: http://h200001.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00218463/c00218 463.pdf Look under the headings "Setting ring tones" and "Changing the Phone settings".

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