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Can only use 1 ringtone at a time on my Motorola v3.

I downloaded several ringtones to my phone using MPT. When I assign a different tone to contacts in my address book, the tones for each of the respective callers don't ring. When I go into the audio menu to view all of the tones, select one and click 'apply as ringtone', that tone is applied to all calls, even though the callers have a different tone designated. Am I missing something, or could I have a potential problem with my phone. Please help! Thank you.

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Are your contacts off the SIM? You cannot assign a ringtone to a SIM contact that is different than your general ringtone. If it is a SIM contact save it to your phone then you should be able to assign a distinct ringtone.

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