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Can i change ringtone to saved music file and if so how

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  • tonyj_philli Feb 06, 2010

    hi i have tryed but still not able to use music on sd card as ringtone

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Hello,go to settings->phone profiles->scroll and find your profile you are using->click options and edit->select voice call ringtone->select ringtone category-> ringtone->press save and your done

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    marios basileiou Feb 06, 2010

    So make sure that your ringtone is .mp3 and try different .mp3s in case that codec of the specific .mp3 is different.Also check the profile you are using(activated/enabled) is that that you edit in options.

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