how to designate audio track as.notification ringtone?

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    How do I make an audio file my notification ringtone with the droid x. If I go to menu>settings>sounds and select notifications, I can only choose from the preloaded sound clips. If I long press on the track itself in the music player the only option is to make it a ringtone. This didn't seem to be an issue for me with the d1. Thx
     
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    What I did is plug it into your computer in Mass Storage Mode, find the song or ringtone you want and copy them into Media > Audio > Notifications folder.
     
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    I don't show a media file on my removable drive when I connect via usb mass storage mode. Do you need to be rooted to see this?
     
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    These are folders you create---media and inside of that ringtones, notifications and alarms then drop your MP3 files in the according folders
     
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    My DX allowed me to make these folcers on my sd card, but not in the main memory. I put an mp3 file in \media\audio\ringtones on the sd card, but the ringtones list doesn't recognize it.
     
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    thats because its in the wrong directory

    Make a folder on the root of your SD card names "Ringtones" and one named "Notifications" put the .mp3 files into those directories and they will show up. :icon_ banana:
     
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