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Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by ccomley, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. ccomley

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    I put a WAV file in /media/audio/ringtones but it doesn't appear to have added it to the list of tunes I can choose amongst. Am I missing a trick? Surely it doesn't have to be an MP3? Do I need to reboot to get it to find it? (Not that this is an issue - this OS is less stable than Windows Vista!)
     

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    OK - turns out the answer is you DO have to reboot before it populates the ringtone choosing dialog with the newly uploaded files.
     
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    Or reinsert the memory card.
     
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    You could also just add the music files to your phone, and get a free app called RingDroid, that allows you to cut certain parts of songs and make your own ringtones.
     

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