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Mp3 ringtones for incoming text?

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  1. suzkstein

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    Hi. I have moved several mp3 files onto my new EVO and would like to use one of them as a ring tone for incoming texts. I can't seem to find a way to do this. Any ideas? THanks
     

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    Hmmm.... I would like to know this as well...
     
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    I can't remember if there was originally a media folder on the sd card. But within your media folder make an audio subfolder, then within that folder make subfolders for Alarms, Notifications, and Ringtones. Place your mp3's in their respective folder. Now when you go to set a ringtone or notification the mp3's will show as options.
     
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    That, or Rings Enhanced, free, Market, and put your mp3s wherever you like.
     
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    1 get Ring droid from the market (its free) and open it
    2 pick which song you would like as your text tone
    3 pick what part of the song you would like to play as your text tone
    4 hit save when save as window pops up save it as a Notification
    5 go to your sms app settings and and change the notification sound to the text tone you just made:D
     
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    Or use Rings Extended, and when you go to select a notification tone it'll ask you if you want to use Rings Extended or Android System. Choose Rings Extended and then the tone.
     
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    Search my user name and look foe similar title
     
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