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  1. Sunny99

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    I just got this phone so i'm still a little new at how to do things on it. The guy who had it before me had great taste in music and there are a bunch of songs in the music app .. i'd like to use one or more for ringtones but there is no option i can find to do so. I"m speaking of the music app that is already on the phone.. not an app i added.. any help? or am i stuck with the boring ringtones for life?
    thanks.
     

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    Just go from the menu to settings then choose sound. You should now see where you can change the device ringtone.
     
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    sounds simple enough LO
    L BUT..
    I want a ringtone from my music app.. not the ring tones the phones offers... the general ring tones are quite boring.
     
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    Get the 'Ringtone Maker' app from the Google Play store. It's free and will do what I think you're trying to do.
     
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    From the music player, select the song, then hit the settings key (bottom left), then choose "set as". The song can be used as a ringtone or even an alarm.
     
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    did you ever figure this out?
     
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    Susan, check the post above yours, does that sort you out?

    Alternatively, if you create a folder on your SD Card called Ringtones and put the MP3 files in there, they'll be available to select in the list the next time you try to set one.
     

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