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Downloading sounds to use as ringtones.

I successfully moved some mp3 sound files (bird songs, actually) from my PC to my phone. They ended-up as "music" files in my phone, and I can't figure out how to get them in the "audio" catagory so that I can use them as ringtones. The manual isn't helping me too much here. Can I even do this? Thanks!!

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With most phones you cannot use regular mp3 songs as ringtones, the ringtones are a different format. There are a few sites that will allow you to take clips from a song on your computer and use them as ringtones.

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