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Mp3 as ringtones

Does anyone know if i can set MP3 that ihave uploaded from my desktop, as my ringtone?

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Re: mp3 as ringtones

U can do these option by following these options start>settings>TAB of phione settings >ring style or reing tone,,,,  ringtone,select the ringtne and bye double clicking press save it will be done,

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