Ringtones.

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by Prettyinpink, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. Prettyinpink

    Prettyinpink New Member

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    I have ringtones from my Droid 1 which I like to transfer onto my Droid 3. When I connected it onto my computer, I saw no "Ringtones" or "Media" folder when opening up the file....which is what I usually saw when I had the Droid 1 and connected it with my computer. So, what should I do? I'm currently installing 'MotoHelper'...so that may be the answer to my question...but, what should I do? Thanks!
     
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    I created a directory on my internal storage called media, i use astro file manager for this, then created 2 more directories in media, notifications and ringtones then i transferred my ringtones and notifications into those files from my pc and everything works great. Hope this helps.
     
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    Mine is similar. I used Ringdroid to create my ringtones and it created the following folder structure:

    ../media/audio/notifications
    ../media/audio/ringtones
     
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