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Bluetooth problems When I add songs from bluetooth on my phone I can't apply them as a ringtone. When i send them to a different phone from mine they can be used but not mine.

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Your razr most likely is not mp3 ready so u need to get it flashed with a new software version so it could do this.i 've come across this problem before.you need to take it to a service repair shop and have it done and you should be good.i'm very sure u could use your default ringtones but not the downloaded songs...once they're not mp3...

sam !

Posted on May 12, 2008

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