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Can't set mp3 audio files as ringtone

I am able to receive audio mp3 files to my phone via bluetooth from my pc but can't set the mp3 files as ringtones or alarm signals.Also, i can't play any video files on my phone.i showed it to a friend who told me those features are locked so unless i get the phone lock code i can't do any of that

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Take it to a store, they can do it for you for around 20$. Search on google for K700i unlock, you will find a few places that could help. The phone needs a cable in order to be unlocked from what i understand.

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