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Razr Music From Comp to Phone

I have a little 512MB disk that fits in to the phone and my computer. I'm able to move picture and video from one to another. How do I get music from my computer to my phone and use it on the phone as a ringtone?

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So ypu want to use music on your computer as ringtones on your phone. There is a lot of free softwares available on the net that can do the job.

Posted on Mar 13, 2007

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The cell come with music convertor. You can drag & drop with the softwate mp3 file into the phone. Another option is to copy directly mp3 file into the phone as a file, try to play it.

Posted on Mar 13, 2007

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