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Can not find downloaded ringtone

I downloading some rigntones and they are not in my media file on my ringers file i have search and can not find them anywhere

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Dear,

check the format that can be played on your phone set then download the ringtons. mostly it can be mp3, wmi etc... or if u have choosen the correct path then the files can be corrupted or u have saved them in another location rather than the list of tones...

check it by the way.

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dont forget to rate it as it will fix the issue.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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