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Motorola C139 Ringtone problem

I created a custom ringtone under ringstyles>my tone, I put in the notes and named it. Made sure I selected exit and done. The phone still has the same tone as before. Help. (The tone has quite a few notes, does it need to be shorter? Do all the "empty rings" need to be filled?)

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After you made the ring tone, go to Menu, Ring Styles.
Go to Loud Ring Detail, the go to Messaeg Tone. At the end of the factory installed tones, you will se the one(s) you made. Select it!

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This information is from the Motorola Customer Help web pages.



To connect your phone via USB to computer and access your phone's memory card:



On your phone:
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