Here Are Some BB-8 Ringtones For Any Device!

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I finally had the chance to see Star Wars The Force Awakens yesterday! I think it goes without saying that this was the best movie I have seen all year! I have heard a lot of non Star Wars fans tell me they weren't going to see this movie because they just aren't into Star Wars, but I think Disney made this film with the hopes of capturing a much broader audience then in Star Wars movies past. Anyone would love this film.

I won't spoil the film for you. All I will say is that this movie was very easy to watch. There just weren't any dull moments. I enjoyed the fact that they brought back some aspects from the original trilogy that made you go "Oh yea I remember that!". Much of the film was just incredibly fun. The characters are likable and make you want to get to know them and be their friend. This is a movie the whole family can see. There was no cussing, or brief nudity. This one gets the PG-13 rating from the intense while not gory violence. This is one that I will be watching over and over again. If you have not seen it yet make sure you don't miss this one while its in theaters.

The other day I shared a package of super High Quality Force Awakens Wallpapers to add some flare to your device prior to seeing the big movie! Today I have another little Force Awakens nugget for your device. David Sparks has put together a ringtone package which features ringtones inspired by BB8! Grab the ringtones from the link below.

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Sweet. Thanks!

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Downloaded thanks...
 

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Thanks for all the cool Star wars stuff you've been sharing!
 

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I must be special. I can't get them to work. I used to do this all the time. Just moved them to the notifications folder. Let's see if that helps...

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OK. I almost tried that, but wasn't sure if they needed converting. The blog post did say they were iTunes ready, so I figured they'd need more than a rename.

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I must be special. I can't get them to work. I used to do this all the time. Just moved them to the notifications folder. Let's see if that helps...

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I've had to reboot my phone every time I added new alarms, notifications or ringtones.
 

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I've had to reboot my phone every time I added new alarms, notifications or ringtones.
No issue here. I didn't have to reboot when I renamed them, but I did play each one in my file manager to check it out before going into any app to select them. They showed right up in the list.

I remember having to reboot on older phones though. To be honest, I mostly just pick the best option from the stock ringtones/notifications. Even though I have zedge installed.

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I downloaded them to pc and renamed them before transferring to my 6P.
 

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There is very little that I do on PC anymore for personal use. Basically just managing a website for my theater group, really.

I downloaded right to my phone and used Astro File Manager to rename them.
 

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I downloaded them to pc and renamed them before transferring to my 6P.
Dude. That is soooo last century. .
Unlike Apple stuff ,you can do it on your phone now. We've been able to for about 7 years now.

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Dude. That is soooo last century. .
Unlike Apple stuff ,you can do it on your phone now. We've been able to for about 7 years now.

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I know this. :p I sit behind my desk all day so why not do it from my pc? It only took me a few minutes for the whole thing.
 
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