Question about Cell Phones
To take sound files you have downloaded you have to move them to the phone memory instead of the memory stick. Also you have to send the sound to a MMS msg to yourself and then save it. It is very stupid and annoying that the manufacturer Motorola did it this way, they really shouldnt be taking the ringtone companies best interests over the end users.
Posted on May 02, 2009
I use a very popular free ringtones website. And when I open the text message it has the option to Save Object (audio). I just save and it goes to my music & sounds folder. Then click on ringtones it should be listed in there under whatever name you saved it as. Shows a green bell icon for the downloaded ones instead of a red bell icon for the factory ringtones.
This has only worked on tones I downloaded my self. I cannot get tones other people text me to go into the ringtones folder, it goes to Sounds and I do not know of a way to get those into ringtones.
Hope this helps.
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