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  1. ryguy0885

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    Is anyone else having this issue?

    I cannot get Ringdroid to detect any mp3 files from my SD card (even the few preloaded by HTC).
     

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    Bump once more.... is no one else having this problem?
     
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    Seems to be working fine for me. What error message are you getting?
     
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    There's no error message, it just doesnt see the mp3 files on my sd card.
     
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    I had this problem for the longest time. Make sure the songs are on the SD card and not internal memory. When I hooked the phone up to the computer I kept putting my songs in the internal memory and that's were my problem was.
     
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    Thanks bro, ill give this a try. I've just been assuming this whole time that i was placing them on the sd card.

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    Yeah - the preloaded MP3's are on the onboard storage, which is what a lot of apps are having trouble finding. I haven't loaded Ringdroid since I got the Inc, but that would be my guess as to the problem.
     
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    i was trying to use ringdroid until i found the built in ringtone maker that the phone already has.
     
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    How did you get to the built in ringtone maker?
     
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    Open up the HTC Music player, and start playing a song you want as your ringtone. Press Menu->Set as Ringtone ( If it's long enough, there will be a "Trim Ringtone" else you might only see options to set it as a phone or contact ringtone )
     
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