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Ring Tones Help, I have a problem when receiving ring tones via Bluetooth. I Pair up with another device fine and receive the file but then it is no where on my phone. I have a memory card and have plenty of memory on my phone. I have spoken to my network provider but they are going to take upto 3 day's to come back to me. Wondered if anybody knew a quicker solution. Thank You

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  • try master resetting the phone and see if that helps also try takin' the memory card out of the phone and try the bluetooth transfer again.

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