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Trying to email a ringtone

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kramericaman, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. kramericaman

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    I downloaded a ringtone from an app that had movie sound clips. It works fine as my ringtone, but for some reason I can't seem to find a way to email it to a friend.

    Anyone know how to do this?

    Thanks.
     

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    If you have a file browser (such as Astro), you can locate the file in the browser (should be in a ringtone folder), long press on it, select "Send" and then send via Gmail or another mail client on your phone.
     
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    Thaks for the tip on that program. It worked, however, it sends as an ogg and cannot be viewed at the other end on a blackberry device. Do you know if it can be converted to another file. maybe a wve file.
     
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    Hold on the file go to EDIT then RENAME remove the ogg and replace with mp3

    In order to show up to alarms or notifications on your phone you will need to make individual files named "Alarm" another "Notifications" under media file-audio.
     

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