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How do i get my motorazr v3m to

How do I get my motorazr v3m to play my music player songs as my ring tones ( othere than purchasing them thru v cast or online ) .

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Go to the song then go to options and then select assign then select ringer then pick the person you want that ringer for

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Music player


Yes there is follow these steps,

Multimedia
Sounds
select song e.g Khe Sanh - Cold Chisel
Options on the song
scroll down until you see apply as
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Im pritty sure you have the same phone as me if not i have the other v3 so just reply if you dont and i can help..
Enjoy your Ring Tones.

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