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Saving Ring Tones

I have a V3m with newer Verizon software and I'm trying to send myself some .wav files for ring tones. My friend has an enV and it says in his option menu to save as ring tone, but my razr is only allowing me to save the files as sounds and then I can't do anything with them beside send them to someone else. Is there any way to save them as ring tones and I'm just overlooking it or am I doomed?

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Motorola is capable of saving ringtones to the phone. Motorola actually allows the transfer of files via bluetooth and within MMS but the providers software is what actually stops it. If you want to use the .wav file you will need to have it converted .mp3 since it is fully recognized by the phone.

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Razrs are not capable of saving anything as a ringtone. Motorola did away with that with the new software versions.

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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