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E815 Ringtone Problems

I got a bunch of ringtones sent to me via bluetooth. My phone will not let me set it as a ringtone. The phone will show that I have an incoming call but will not ring. I have the volume turned all the way up. When I have the ringer set to one of the default ones it works fine. Please help...

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Re: E815 Ringtone Problems

The formatt of the ringtone you have recieved might not compatible, if it is polyphonic try to download midi format.

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