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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by luvmydroid, Nov 10, 2009.

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    I just purchased a new Droid and really like it so far. I have created several of my own ring tones and was wondering how you can load them to the phone. :icon_ banana:
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    :welcome: to the forum. Put the rintones in a folder labeld "ringtones on your card. Then use them from there I think
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    plug the phone into your pc via supplied usb cable. Check the notifications drop down on the phone to mount the sd card so the computer can read it. Create a folder structure similar to this. media/ringtones and media/alarms and media/notifications. Drag and drop to appropriate folder.

    Doing that from memory I hope thats correct information.
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    As long as it is a supported format (everything but FLAC basically) you should just be able to long press the file and set as whatever tone you want.. Welcome to the forums!
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    Thanks. That worked. I am assuming to load images and music I would just create similar folders.