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Discussion in 'Droid Incredible Hacks' started by bogusbrdr81, Jan 6, 2011.

  1. bogusbrdr81
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    Hi. Been downloading Ringtones, but my incredible saves them directly into the music player. When I go to menu and sounds they aren't there. How do I change the settings so they will he saved there?

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    just go into your music click menu and there should be an option to set as ringtone
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    Download ringdroid from the market and you can assign them as ringtones,notifications,alarms,etc.

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    Thanx!
    Already have ringdroid,but you can only use a snipet of a song or audio file, not the whole thing. I tried going into my music, clicking on menu, but the only options there are to play all, currently playing, or shuffle all.....:huh: