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Set a specific ring to a person

I need to know how to save a specific ring to a specific person..

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Go to the contacts then go to the desired contact and give edit
option there u can select photo to show when the person calls and then option called ring tone or ringer idselect the tone....
may be this option is only available only if you store the phone numbers in phone memory........

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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