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    How to set your own ring and notification tones

    1. Connect your Droid to the computer using a USB cable.
    2. From the home screen, pull down the window shade (Notification bar, located at the top of the screen.
    - You can also press the Menu Key on the front of your Droid, then select Notifications.
    3. Select USB Connected.
    4. Select Mount.
    5. On your computer open the folder of the SD card.
    6. Create this folder structure:
    -Media (Top folder)
    –Audio (Located inside Media folder)
    —Notifications (Located inside Audio folder)
    —MP3s (Located inside Audio folder)
    —Ringtones (Located inside Audio folder)
    —Alarms (Located inside Audio folder)

    Once you have created that EXACT structure, you can then drag/drop the audio files you want into the proper folder, and then when you go to SETTINGS --> SOUND & DISPLAY -- xxx the sound you are looking for will appear, based on where you put it (as in, ring tones will appear only in the "phone ringtone" area, text or notification tones will only appear under the "notification ringtone" area

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    Thanks, just what I was looking for. I cut up a few of my favorite electro house songs, and made a few ringtones. I've attached one of the full length versions of the song below:

    If interested, you can snag a handful (hosted by mediafire) of some electro house ringtones I've thrown together quickly. Some of them are fairly long intentionally, as to also accommodate alarms.
    Android enthusiast, and happy Fascinate owner.

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    for a non-tethered option, one may:

    1) email an mp3 to an account that is on the phone
    2) use the phone to check the email
    3) save the attachment
    4) use the system application "My Files" to open the file
    5) once it is playing, use the bottom left soft "Menu" button
    6) click "Set As" and choose what you would like the file to be set as
    verizon user since 2001: kyocera 6035, samsung i300, treo 600p, treo 700p, htc eris droid, motorola droid x, samsung fascinate droid (since 2010-09-11)

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    I guess I'm just old school and like a plain telephone ring as my ring tone. I can't help but lol when a 50 y/o woman standing in line at the grocery store has Eminen or Justin Beiber blaring as their ring tone. It's rather amusing.

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    Thanks for your instructions. To download additional ringtones for the phone you have access at



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