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You can download OI File manager and go to the /Ringtones folder and delete the ringtones, or you can manually plug the phone to your computer via USB and navigate to the /Ringtones folder and delete them there.
Hi the only problem you can solve yourself for this is by deleting some of the files you have saved on the phone if you have loads of new ringtones that you have put on or loads of photos saved on phone this will take up all the memory and wont allow you to record for long.
What i did on my phone is delete all the standard ringtones you get with the phone and all the ringtones you never use i also deleted anything that came with the phone like screen savers and wall papers delete all the ones you dont use and will never use after doing this that should give you longer recording time.
The best thing to do is go through the phone and delete any messages, pictures, ringtones, screen savers, wallpapers anything that you dont need or use as keeping pictures and ringtones on your phone uses lots of the memory up.
After you delete all this you should have got a longer recording time let me know how you get on ok
Below is the step by step method of how to delete your ringtones in your Motorola V3:
Here is an easier way to delete the ringtones without much hassle.
1) Upload 1 mp3 rintone to your phone via MPT
2) Set ALL ringtones msg, alert etc, absolutely everything for all styles (obviously excl. silent & vibe) to the uploaded MP3
3) switch your phone off, then on again. This will update the .db files.
4) Using P2K, delete all the rintones, except for the MP3 that you uploaded, do not delete the .db files. Also, do not delete the .bas files as these are the base files for Motomixer. Set all reminders to OFF.
do not EVER delete a ringtone that is currently in use by the phone. If you delete it while it is active, You will NOT be able to get into that particular tone setting.
5) Switch your phone off, then on again.
Okay this happen to my phone a while back and chances are it might happen again. but here is what you do.
You need to save all of your contacts to your SIM or smart card, after you do that you need to sit with someone and decide the picture, videos, and ringtones that you want.
After you have all of this decided you ne to bluetooth this to a friend who is paitent and willing to help.
Once you have all the transfers done you need to do a master clear on the phone, (the reset) doen't work. This will delete everything on your phone including the problem. all that is left for you to do is send the pictures and all the other stuff back to your phone. If you have alot of ringtones I suggest you don't upload those.
Motorola doesn't have an answer for this problem but more and more people are experinceing this. Good luck.
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