Wildfire SD Card & notifications

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  1. Robbie's Dad

    Robbie's Dad Member
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    :thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking: Hi to you all, and I hope one of you can help me.
    I understand that I have to add folders to the SD Card if I want to install tunes and sounds for use with my alarm and all other notifications, but I know not how.
    In easy steps please, how do I access the SD Card, and then add music to the notifications?
    :thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking:
     

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  2. japes

    japes New Member
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    ditto
     
  3. Snuffy76

    Snuffy76 New Member
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    Hi I am new at this and I have a HTC wildfire and I wanted to turn off how the sms crawls across the top of my phone so no one can read them if I am not with my phone but I did that and now I don't get no sound when I get as sms and I was wondering if someone can help me as I don't have the internet on my phone as I got it turned off as it was taking all my credit even when I wasn't on the net...

    Cheers
    Snuffy
     
  4. Pebble

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  5. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member
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    With the stock sms app, there arent that much useful functions, so i just used GoSMS. If you can use WiFi download it,

    Maybe you might need to carefully check your sms settings, a little bit of fiddling may actually solve your dilemma
     
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