1. bimmernate's Avatar
    Love this site, the 101 Lectures are amazing.
    I was downloading a ringtone tonight (Dirty Diana, MJ if you must know) and after it got sent to my phone I saved it and added it into my device memory. Then I read I could put it on my memory card, so I went back and deleted it off the phone and re-opened the email and saved it to what I think is my memory card. Of course, it didnt show up in my ringtone list?? so I freaked out and had to find a way to find out where it went. I found it again, and I guess its now on the memory card, but when I check the memory card memory, the free space matched the total space. However, I feel like I did things all wrong and I saved the same ringtone like 80 times.
    08-26-09 10:19 PM
  2. CARTEEUSMC's Avatar
    so what are posting? was there a q in there>>
    08-26-09 10:20 PM
  3. grandpa dan's Avatar
    I personally love the trial and error learning method...lol.

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    08-26-09 10:21 PM
  4. mdorrett's Avatar
    No I don't think that you messed up your berry. I did however have the same problem. To solve this I o ly save ringtones to device memory. If I save them to my memory card they play while I am listening to music. They should show up in your list when you change your tone. I would remove the mp3 file fron your memory card via PC I find it easier that way. Copy one to device memory and delete the rest. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

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    08-26-09 10:26 PM
  5. bimmernate's Avatar
    so what are posting? was there a q in there>>
    Not really lol, I was hoping some BB gurus could decipher my issues because I dont have the BB knowledge to verbalize it LOL

    No I don't think that you messed up your berry. I did however have the same problem. To solve this I o ly save ringtones to device memory. If I save them to my memory card they play while I am listening to music. They should show up in your list when you change your tone. I would remove the mp3 file fron your memory card via PC I find it easier that way. Copy one to device memory and delete the rest. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

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    Thank you! Very helpful I will start tinkering with the computer too, it might be easier to manage things that way as you said.
    08-26-09 10:29 PM
  6. mjb2535's Avatar
    If you set your phone to always save to the memory card they will always show up on your ringtone list w/o any issue or when you download change the storage location. I can't remember how I did it but I figured if I put the idea out there someone would pick it up and explain it to you.

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    08-26-09 10:42 PM
  7. OptiPrime's Avatar
    And as far as your free space matching your total space its normal. Ringtones are so small its not enough to make a diff in ya GB. Ex. I had 1.8GB of total space. I added approx. 15 songs and 10 ringtones before it went down to 1.7.

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    08-26-09 10:49 PM
  8. bimmernate's Avatar
    If you set your phone to always save to the memory card they will always show up on your ringtone list w/o any issue or when you download change the storage location. I can't remember how I did it but I figured if I put the idea out there someone would pick it up and explain it to you.

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    Yes, Id love to know!

    And as far as your free space matching your total space its normal. Ringtones are so small its not enough to make a diff in ya GB. Ex. I had 1.8GB of total space. I added approx. 15 songs and 10 ringtones before it went down to 1.7.

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    Hehe good I was wondering about that
    08-26-09 11:04 PM
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