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  1. Wogs

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    What file should I put my music on for my droid. I want to move a song to my droid to make a ringtone, but Im not sure what folder to put it in to be able to find it.
     

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    dl 'ringroid'. its a verrrrrry useful program and you can cut songs, upload them and assign them to contacts on the fly.

    your welcome. /thread
     
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    I just made a Music, Notifications and Ringtones folder as it connected and it finds them np.
     
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    +1 on ringdroid

    I used it on my old G1 and it was great
     
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    No caps on any of those folders! Also make one called alarms if you want to use an MP3 with your alarm clock.

    I created a folder called media and put those 4 sub folders inside it. Works fine.
     

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