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Ring File corrupted

For my T-Mobile MDA.. I sync a song to the phone earlier and i set it as a ring tone. But now it says that "the ring file is corrupted. pleas choose a different ring tone." and it also says that for the ring tones that came with the phone... HELP PLEASE!!

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Re: Ring File corrupted

Do you think if download the update that it will reset everything to defaults? Maybe that will help, but you'll probably have to save your documents on your computer, and set up your preferences and menus again.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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Re: Ring File corrupted

Use a different ringtone or try to put the ring tone in a different folder and if that donsent work then do a hard reset

Posted on Dec 03, 2007

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