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Unable to customize ringtones

Is there a way to use my MP3/WMA files from my SD card as ringtones? I was able to do it using my Samsung I730 but cannot using the Audiovoxx 6700.

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  • cmjgriffin02 Mar 11, 2009




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Yes..all you have to do is click and hold on the file until a menu appears and then select "use as ringtone"

you can also copy the files you want to be able to use to windows/rings that can be accessed from the file explorer menu

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