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Support can i have my own ringtone on the desire

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by joemoe90, May 21, 2010.

  1. joemoe90

    joemoe90 Member
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    i have just bought a htc desire (one day ago) so i am new to all of this but i was wondering if there is a way of getting my own ringtone. for example a song that was on my memory card or phone?

    thanks for any help in advance :)

    JoeMoe
     

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  2. twisted_mind

    twisted_mind Well-Known Member
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    Yes ofcourse
    create a folder called ringtones on the root of your SD card and put whatever mp3 file u want as a ringtone. Then set that as your ringtone through the settings menu.
     
  3. ulstersoldier

    ulstersoldier Active Member
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    Yes you can play it on the phone go into music and press play then press the menu button and you will see the option of set as ringtone (this will be your main default ringtone) the other option is go into people and edit contact and you can give each person a specific ringtone. also check out zedge on the market it seems quite good
     
  4. joemoe90

    joemoe90 Member
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    thanks that brilliant XD
     
  5. jason-567

    jason-567 Well-Known Member
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    @joemoe90 or if you download an application called "ringdroid" you can edit ur mp3 files and set them as your ringtone, you can even start the tone half-way through the track if you wish
     
  6. NZtechfreak

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    Best method is the one above, going from the menu in the music player - you can also assign ringtones to individual contacts from here (easier than editing the contact I think). Of course you will need to add folders like above to add sounds for notifications and alarms (with appropriately named folders of course).
     
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