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    Exclamation Droid question about saving downloaded music files!

    I have to say I love this phone, just have one hang-up. I go to mytinyphone.com to download ringtones. The problem I am having is once I download the song, it stores it in may music folder. I would like to know how I can save the song into my ringtones area and how I can rename the file because it only saves it as unknown artist. Please help me figure this out.
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    It would probably be easiest to download it on your computer, save it to an easy place to get to (like a folder off your desktop).
    You can then right-click on it and choose "Rename" and type in a new name.
    Once that is all done, you can then plug your phone into your computer and copy/paste the files to the ringtone folder.
    BTW... This all sounds more complicated then it is

    Here we go, this thread gives you the best steps I've found, and hopefully I can help him fix his issue as well:
    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/res...-question.html
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    I appreciate man. I was hoping there was a way to do it without my computer but that will work just as well for me. Thank for all the help.
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    You can use a file manager, such as Astro, to manually move the song into your ringtones without the use of a computer.
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    I downloaded Astro, but it won't let me move the files from where they are saved on the SD card to the ringtone folder on my phone ... am I doing something wrong?

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