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  1. butchyon

    butchyon Member This Topic's Starter

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    I want to transfer a wav file from my laptop to my HDI for use as a ringtone. Can I, and if so, how? Can't seem to figure it out...
     

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  2. kgeissler

    kgeissler Well-Known Member

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    Just plug the phone into your computer with the USB cable and transfer the file in Windows Explorer.

    Or if you have an SD Card adapter and reader, put the MicroSD card in the adapter, put that in the reader and copy it that way.
     
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    butchyon Member This Topic's Starter

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    Did that, but over on the phone, I don't see the file anywhere when I'm trying to pick a ringtone...
     
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    JeeperDon Well-Known Member

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    Make the SD card folder name 'ringtones', then pwr off/on the phone. Files in the folder will then show up in the list.
     
  5. zemerick

    zemerick Well-Known Member

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    Make sure you put the file on the SD card, not the phones internal memory. Theres issues with files being recognized on the phones internal memory atm, though a fix is expected soon^TM
     

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