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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by GabbyT, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. GabbyT

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    Here's mine. Downloaded a few ringtones today and would like to "rename them" since they downloaded as Ringtone 1, Ringtone 2, etc etc and not with the song names. Iv'e been jumping all over on this phone and can't figure it out. A little help appreciated? PS, I'll probably be asking for more since my grand-daughter is back in grade school and can't help me. Pathetic....:thinking::eek:
     

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  2. speedfreak32

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    You can use my files to view your ringtones. Media-audio-ringtones... the just long press on the ringtone and hit rename.
     
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    you might consider "RingDroid" from the market. You can make your own ringtones from the mp3 files on your phone. It's actually pretty easy to learn and use.
     

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