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  1. jfolliard

    jfolliard Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    seems like it's a very common question and hopefully there's an easy answer.

    how do I add then select new ringtones?

    The manual is not helpful and my forum searches have failed.

    Thanks.

    Jack
     

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  2. uzetaab

    uzetaab Well-Known Member

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    Isn't there an option in the music player to "use this mp3 as ringtone"? then it's just a matter of putting the file onto the sd card, probably in the music folder.
     
  3. munchy_cool

    munchy_cool New Member

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    create a folder in the memory card called media, inside that create 2 folders, Notifications and Ringtones.

    Notifications - SMS ringtones
    Ringtones - incoming call ringtones

    put files in the folders.
     
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  4. bluedragon7

    bluedragon7 Active Member

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    you can also create a folder called "alarms" inside the "media" folder for alarm clock
     
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  5. jfolliard

    jfolliard Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks! a simple solution! one would think it would be in the documentation :)
     
  6. Zoandroid

    Zoandroid Well-Known Member

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    It doesn't work for me on the LG Ally. I created the folders as you indicated, and copied a couple MP3 files to them. But I still can't see them in the list of Ringtone or Notification files.

    Aha! What wasn't mentioned is that I have to power down and restart the phone (reboot) to make them appear in the menus. Once I rebooted the Ally, I found the MP3 files within the menu selections. If I make anymore changes to the files (moving them around, adding more MP3 files) I have to reboot the phone to make those changes show up.

    Zoandroid
     
  7. Paesly27

    Paesly27 New Member

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    I have uploaded MP3s onto my phone and chose to use some of them as ringtones. I then "trimmed" them and set them as ringtones for specific contacts. Problem is, they don't even last a day before returning to default ringtones! Not sure what the problem is. Any one else figure out how to fix this problem?
     

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