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Old March 17th, 2013, 02:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, as a new user bear with me. I downloaded several rt/nt/als using the htc USB connection. After I rebooted the phone I set up the rt/nt and als the way I wanted them. Then all of a sudden they all disappeared into htc default 2010 file on my phone. When I enter the file I see the sounds I downloaded, but there are no arrows beside them so I cannot retrieve them. What happened and can I reverse it?? HTC Rezound

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Hi all, as a new user bear with me. I downloaded several rt/nt/als using the htc USB connection. After I rebooted the phone I set up the rt/nt and als the way I wanted them. Then all of a sudden they all disappeared into htc default 2010 file on my phone. When I enter the file I see the sounds I downloaded, but there are no arrows beside them so I cannot retrieve them. What happened and can I reverse it?? HTC Rezound
Welcome, rcbob. Sorry to see you lost your sounds. I've wondering which folder they went to, specifically (the folder path: /root/media/whatever) and if it was a system folder that was over written by/during the reboot.

Some media folders are touchy that way.

Let's get you to the Rezound area so one of the users of that device can give you help with more clarity of experience with that device:

HTC Rezound - Android Forums

If your Rezound is rooted, head to the All Things Root area right above the main Rezound area in that link.
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What I did was watched youtube video got ideas and opened the files of the htc. I also placed folders on the desktop and found the sounds and placed them in the folders. Then I opened alarms and put in the alarm. Then ringtones and so on.The once all of the sounds were in the htc folders I rebooted the htc and the sounds were then moved by hand to the ringtone etc. Then I watched as they all disappeared. I left the phone and thought. 2 hours later I picked up the phone went to settings/personalize and the sounds were all there????? I then moved them to their folders and all is well. I have no idea what occurred, does it matter? No the htc is not rooted, carrier is VZ. Thanks for the help, Bob
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