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Motorola v750 No ringtone folder on SD card

When I put SD card in card reader on computer I see all the folders including Ringtones, but when I put SD card in phone and go to the memory card and there isn't a Ringtone folder. Anybody know what's up with that?

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Alas, the V750 doesn't allow you to manually add ringtones that way. The only way I've found to add a ringtone to my V750 is to email the ringtone as an attachment to my phone, then choose to save the file as a ringtone.
Every Verizon number comes with an xxxxxxxxxx@vzwpix.com email address, which comes across as a text, video, or picture message on your phone. Just replace the x's with your phone number.
NOTE: Be aware that when you open the message, your ringtone will begin playing; you probably don't want to do this at work!

Posted on May 04, 2009

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