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Mp3 ringtones not playing. getting not allowed

Not recieving mp3 ringtones message keep sayin not allowed. how can you fix the situation

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  • fixya372 Jan 31, 2009

    I have the same problem ... I've tried several different MP3's ranging from 490kb to 4mb but none would work. I can not play them and not set them as ringtones.

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    mp3 ringtones not playing. getting not allowed

  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    whenever i want to play a mp3 downloaded or sent via blue tooth it says not allowed


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Try with size under 150 kb.

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Ok so first things first, I don't know about your phone but mine (at least with cricket) won't allow attachments on sms messages, only mms messages.

So you will need to make sure you can accept picture messages, with cricket you are supposed to be able to for free however, that wasn't the case for me, I had to sign up for a month but it's only $3 and I intend to get everything I want in the next week.

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