how do i install custom ringtonesSupport


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  1. juniorsabc

    juniorsabc Well-Known Member

    welll this is my issue im trying to put a ringtone on huaweii its 30 seconds long but it appears on my music folder when im playing music ...is there a way how to keep your ringtone with out being on your music playlist like making a folder in a certain way

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  2. juniorsabc

    juniorsabc Well-Known Member

    anybody
  3. juniorsabc

    juniorsabc Well-Known Member

    does nbody know this anwer
  4. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum Moderator

    On your sd card make a folder structure like this:

    media\audio\ringtones

    put your ringtone files in there and they will show as options in your contacts.
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  5. juniorsabc

    juniorsabc Well-Known Member

    thank u does that same way work for alerts and notifications
  6. Kman83

    Kman83 Member

    I have HUAWEI Ascend M860 and wanted to know how can I use the music I have stored on my phone on the SD Card to have it set as a ring tone for certain people on my contacts? Please Help Thank you :D
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    Kman83 Member

  8. leo801

    leo801 New Member

    Download the "ringroid" App, It's really easy to use and Free.
  9. Kman83

    Kman83 Member

    I tried that and it didnt work.. the way I did it was I stuck the SD card from the phone to my computer, opened to view folders, and I tired creating a folder in this order media\audio\ringtones and the coputer said I cant use those charactors "\".. what is it that im doing wrong here? lol also could I assign ringtones for certain notifications, such as face book, e-mail and such individually or no? thank you for your help :) I greatly appreciate it.
  10. Kman83

    Kman83 Member

    Thank you for the help bud, I greatly appreciate it :)
  11. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum Moderator

    When you put the sd card in your computer and open the base folder, right click open space of the window (not over a file or folder name) and from the flyout menu choose new>folder. Name it media. Then double click on the media folder and right click in blank folder and repeat the process ... right-click new>folder and this time name it audio. One more time, double click on the audio folder you just created and right-click new>folder ringtones. Open this folder and put your ringtones there.

    If you want specific sounds to be treated as notifications rather than ringtones, in the folder on the sd card called audio that you created above, create a folder called notifications and place those sounds there.

    You should see the following structure if the drive letter of your sd card is "E:"

    Code (Text):
    1. E:\ --
    2.        |
    3.        |
    4.         --media
    5.               |
    6.               |
    7.                --audio
    8.                     |
    9.                     |
    10.                      --notifications
    11.                     |
    12.                     |
    13.                      --ringtones
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