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Topic # 29787 19-Jan-2009 16:16
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This is probably a stupid question. How to you add a mp3 to a ring tone. I have pasted a mp3 to the windows directory with all the other ring tones but when you got to slect a ring tone it doesn't show in the list... But you can play it in the media player on the phone.... Any idea's 
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Reply # 191316 22-Jan-2009 15:20
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Not a stupid question more like a factory fault..

You need to put the sound files into the following directory.. Application Data -> Sounds
Anything you put in this folder can be used just like a normal ringtone

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Reply # 191335 22-Jan-2009 16:21
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Thanks for your reply...Dosn't seem to work. I've added other mp's to this location and it doesn't seem to find them eather. I had a google on this forum and there is another question excatly the same with the same fix. Is there anything else i have to do to point the phone to the 'sound' folder??


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