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Bluetooth for ringtones

When I try to use my bluetooth to get ringtones from friends, they go straight to the real player. How can I get them to use as ringtones?

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Instead of bluetoothing them use your beam option just go to the main menue and click on the menue key (it is a button) them go to beam that should work

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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