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# 14269 24-Jun-2007 21:53
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hey,got myself a v1050 a couple weeks ago.But for some reason i cant set the music i had downloaded as ringtone or alarm.when i open my ringtonedetail-menu,it'll only show me the standerd ringtones,not my songs.
anyone an idea how i can setup my songs as alarm and ringtone..?
thanks

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  # 75871 25-Jun-2007 13:34
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Is your mini sd card inserted correctly? Make sure it's all the way in! The music and downloaded content is stored on the mini SD card so if it's out or not in properly, you won't be able to see your downloaded tracks in your phone obviously.

Anyone know where I can get a car charger for this model? Motorola v1050? TradeMe don't have any....



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  # 75886 25-Jun-2007 15:58
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hey,
i can acces the songs ive got on my sd card,but for some reason i cant use them as alarm or ringtone...?
so not a problem just to play the songs,but i want to use my songs as ringtone or alarm..
cheers


ps;no idea for the carcharger


 
 
 
 


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  # 75887 25-Jun-2007 16:02
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Very strange then, the only thing I could suggest is doing a reset to defaults and then customize the fone again.

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# 75888 25-Jun-2007 16:05
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Are you downloading these songs off the Vodafone Live store



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  # 75894 25-Jun-2007 16:51
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the songs i copied straight from my computer onto my phone,there just songs that i had ripped onto my computer..

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