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I don't kow how to set mp3's as my ringtone

Ok i look on other sites and it it tells me to go to my content on my menu but i don;t have my content under my menu and i want to set an mp3 as my ringtone cause i don;t want to pay for the downloads and i hate the ones that come with the phone, can anyone help me?

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Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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Re: i don't kow how to set mp3's as my ringtone

Play the song....stop it...go 2 options nd u hav the option to set it as a ring tone

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

Re: i don't kow how to set mp3's as my ringtone

Just go 2 its free

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