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Error Message I uploaded a Song to try and use as my Ringtone. When I played it it said, System Error. the other 3 I uploaded from my computer didn't error out. Why did this one?

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Could be the format of the sound or the sound could have been corrupted

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Sounds like u have an musicfile problem.
There r some music files that cant work on Cellphones.
One or too easy ways of fixing this is....try to erase the sound from the Phone and memorystick and install it again. That could work but if not, try to fix a new version av that song and install it.
Last solution is....if none of the Above works....try asking in a
Cellphone shop!!

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You should have saved it under ringtones naturally. Look there for the song. It may have sent it to you in a message as well and you are not looking in both areas. Let me know.

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