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u set the ringtone from mutimedia>sounds,ussally while playing the will be option "set a ringtone" not from digital audio player,directly from sounds.
motorola does not accpet viruses infected files or their phone must be trying to send virus attachment or ur phone memory will be full.
when you get a "sound" you want to save as a ringtone and you think you may want to use it again to send to another phone, always save it as a sound so that you can text it... Otherwise you can try looking on Phonezoo.com for the ringtone you want on your other phone, you'll have to sign up and select which phone you have. It is absolutely free. does not charge for ringtones and there is no subscription.
What are you trying to send? Picture, video, ringtone, app? For a ringtone, go to the Media Finder, select ringtones, then "All Ringtones" and scroll to the one you want to send. Hit "options" and scroll to the option "Send" Select "Send" and one option should be "send Via Bluetooth"
The process should be similar for other sendable items.
Sprint did this intentionally. It was done in order to prevent trading copy righted material, to gain more money for sprint since you will have to buy their tones and what not. Also this was done to help prevent the spread of viruses. Your highspeed cellphone is more like a macro computer than you may think and they are succeptable to viruses as well. Do I think its trash, YES I DO. We should be able to use our phones as we choose, but this is what you have and why - Viruses and money......
Okay this happen to my phone a while back and chances are it might happen again. but here is what you do.
You need to save all of your contacts to your SIM or smart card, after you do that you need to sit with someone and decide the picture, videos, and ringtones that you want.
After you have all of this decided you ne to bluetooth this to a friend who is paitent and willing to help.
Once you have all the transfers done you need to do a master clear on the phone, (the reset) doen't work. This will delete everything on your phone including the problem. all that is left for you to do is send the pictures and all the other stuff back to your phone. If you have alot of ringtones I suggest you don't upload those.
Motorola doesn't have an answer for this problem but more and more people are experinceing this. Good luck.
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