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How do you save sounds from mms messages?

I tried emailing it to the google account which worked but doesn't play the sound. The attachement in the message received is a text message tone and I can't see anyway of saving it to the phone itself..

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The only way I was able to save anything from MMS was through one of the MarketPlace applications called: Save MMS.


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