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Ringtones I can't set bluetoothed sounds as ringtones. They are in the mp3 format and are less than 30 seconds long. I am not given the option to apply as a ringtone. I even purchased the Motorola Phone Tools software and it is still not working!!!!!

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  • kimmysoo Apr 16, 2008

    It is a V3a (Alltel) I tried bluetoothing from my old V3c. It let me store them as sounds, but I can't apply them as ringtones. I bought MPT and tried it from there, still doesn't work. Haven't noticed any thing funky with the phone other than the ringtone issue.

  • kimmysoo Apr 17, 2008

    It still is not working.

  • kimmysoo Apr 17, 2008

    If by memory card, you mean a SMS card, Alltel doesn't use those.

  • kimmysoo Apr 17, 2008

    I have 19.6MB available.

  • lndpnnngtn Apr 17, 2008

    I am having the same problem and alltell said that the motorola company has blocked that feature . It is making you buy from there sites if you want to have different ring tones...I HATE IT>>>>

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If you are trying to bluetooth ringtones to another phone it will not work. Within the last 6-8 months all newer phones have been blocked from receiveing bluetoothed ringtones. This is a copyright infringement. It will only be stored in a music player file. Sorry to disappoint anyone.
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Any phone older than at least 6-8 months will allow this still to be done by bluetooth.

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No i have verizon and i cant bluetooth songs or move them from my sounds to ringtones

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

The problem is the way that Alltel has their phone configured. They will not allow you to set any transfered music as a ringtone. Alltel may say that it is motorollas fault, but they make the same phone that each carrier uses. No other carrier has this problem. I have been searching ways to make my mp3's ringtones, but as of yet no success. Motorola Phone tools will let you transfer them into your phone, but they cant be used as ringtones. It sucks big time. Perhaps with Verizon buying out Alltel, we will see this problem change.

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So what model do you have? now a days almost high end fone supported mp3's use as ringtone..give me the history of your fone ( have u notice some abnormalities of your fone aside from that?) have to ask you this questions to give you good solutions for it.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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    allan rubio Apr 16, 2008

    ok,... so ,, let we try this... back up your phone data... and do this... go to menu, go to initial set up, then go to master clear, code (000000) then fone will boot ,, then try to do things now... let me know if it works..

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    allan rubio Apr 17, 2008

    ok here's your last resort , change your memcard . ....if still not work... go to your nearest service center to change the firmware of your fone...

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    allan rubio Apr 17, 2008

    so how much storage you have there ?memory details

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    allan rubio Apr 17, 2008

    so that was internal mem. you said ,you dont have a mem. card. i think you have when you buy it , theres a stock memcrd inserted there...we must know if you have .. because if all the data that was stored in your mem does'nt play along with the phone it must be corrupted , you can format it ... using ur fone or using a cpu...and all data that was there and get corrupted you cannot use it... co'z u have faulty memcard.. and if it still like that after you format it.. there's nothing you can do but to change it... and as i know youve got 30mb internal memory..and if you dont have that memcard...go to the service center and change the firmware of ur cellphone with the same version..your program are corrupted

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