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Topic # 4685 17-Aug-2005 16:14
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Can you set mp3's as ring tones?
Or do you have to convert to wma files?

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Reply # 18581 17-Aug-2005 16:36
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I don't think you can add neither mp3 or wma. I've just copied a wma, a mp3 and wav files and only the wav was recognised in the list to add ringtones.







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  Reply # 18584 17-Aug-2005 17:17
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When all else fails use Help..... "To use custom .wav, .mid, or .wma files as ring tones, use ActiveSync on your PC to copy the file to the /Windows/Rings folder on your device"

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  Reply # 18612 18-Aug-2005 08:40
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Only the .wav worked with me to!!

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  Reply # 20143 15-Sep-2005 21:14

I have got mp3's as ringtones on my Harrier. Telecom said you couldn't do it, but they are working on mine. I copied them off my laptop via infrared and it automatically recognised them as ringtones, and I can select and use them.

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