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Wallpapers and ringtones

I have a boostmobile i335 and a usb cord i can charge my phone via usb but cant save music or pic to it. how can i do that

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That phone has absolutely no media support on it at all. There's no way music can go on it for any reason.

It' not even able to support midi files for ringtones.

Posted on Aug 31, 2011

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How to use zedge on my iphone 5s as ringtone or wallpaper


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  1. To change your iPhone wallpaper (either one; the process is the same), start by making sure you've got the image you want to use on your iPhone. You can get the image onto your phone by taking a picture with the built-in camera, with Photo Steam if you use iCloud, by saving an image from the web, or by adding photos to iPhone from your desktop.
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