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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rfox54, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. rfox54

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    I could no longer reference mine after the update, but found a fix.
    I had the ringtones stored in /sdcard/audio/ringtones/ and everything worked fine for 2.1.
    I moved them to /sdcard/system/audio/ringtones/ with Froyo and now I can refer to them again.
    Maybe I can save someone else some trouble.
     

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  2. Joshuahist

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    I keep having my ring tones (individual settings) revert to the default from what I personalized them from.

    Anyone else have this problem?
     
  3. NightAngel79

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    try using the file structure that the OP suggested, if that doesn't work try starting a thread in the support section
     
  4. DroidB62

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    The listed file structure worked for me with an old R2 wav file I wanted to use as a notification. I just changed the path to: /sdcard/audio/notifications/
     

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