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Old March 26th, 2010, 03:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to set ringtones, message tones and alarm tones

In the root of your SD card create the following folders

Notifications
Ringtones
Alarms

In these folders put your favourite MP3 files. You can now use these MP3 files as per the topic.

Notifications - Message tones and Notification tones
Ringtones - Your phone ringtones
Alarms - Your alarm mp3s

Using these folders there is no need to play the MP3 files first in Music Player.

Hope this is useful for other newbies like myself.

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Thanks very much this was really helpful!
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I created the folders as instructed by mobisat but still I can't get the mp3 file in the list of alarm tones! Any ideas?
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I created folder Notifications and i putt one mp3 file in it i can find that file and set for sms tone but when i recive sms that tone doesent work ( ?
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Nice job, mobisat. I've moved your tips to the Tips and Tricks sub-forum.

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In the root of your SD card create the following folders

Notifications
Ringtones
Alarms

In these folders put your favourite MP3 files. You can now use these MP3 files as per the topic.

Notifications - Message tones and Notification tones
Ringtones - Your phone ringtones
Alarms - Your alarm mp3s

Using these folders there is no need to play the MP3 files first in Music Player.

Hope this is useful for other newbies like myself.
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Can you Have different ringtones for different contacts?
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Please, how do I "access the root of my sdcard"? How do I create a folder there? And how do I find the files (mp3s) that I want to put there? And then how do I put them there? I am sorry. I am very old.
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In the root of your SD card create the following folders

Notifications
Ringtones
Alarms

In these folders put your favourite MP3 files. You can now use these MP3 files as per the topic.

Notifications - Message tones and Notification tones
Ringtones - Your phone ringtones
Alarms - Your alarm mp3s

Using these folders there is no need to play the MP3 files first in Music Player.

Hope this is useful for other newbies like myself.
I've found this via google & it worked for me.

In root of ur SD card, create a media directory, then inside this create an audio directory. Then the above directory inside audio. It worked for me.

Oh, & btw hello peeps - this is my first post!!!!!
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Thank you mobisat. It works well....
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