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    What kind of ringtones does the 8830 support?

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    tried sending a MP3 and MID file to my device and it doesn't work...

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    Re: What kind of ringtones does the 8830 support?

    I have mp3 working...

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    Re: What kind of ringtones does the 8830 support?

    Doesn't verizon block file transfers to devices? I am pretty sure they disable standard features so you have to BUY them.....

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    Re: What kind of ringtones does the 8830 support?

    Quote Originally Posted by conan42
    I have mp3 working...
    how did you get the MP3s to the device??? Are you using them as ringtones?

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    Re: What kind of ringtones does the 8830 support?

    Hi sna77. To get an mp3 ringer to your phone you can just visit any site with mp3 tunes and download them straight from the internet. In my signature there is a link for free ringtone sites.

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    Thumbs up Re: What kind of ringtones does the 8830 support?

    Quote Originally Posted by cp6169
    Hi sna77. To get an mp3 ringer to your phone you can just visit any site with mp3 tunes and download them straight from the internet. In my signature there is a link for free ringtone sites.
    I got it working... I tried emailing my mp3 as an attachment and then saving it... I couldn't save an attachment via email...

    I was however able to transfer the mp3 via the Media Manager in Desktop Manager. That worked great.

    I also picked up a 2GB micro SD card on crucial.com for $20, and loaded it up with MP3s... I just moved the MP3s to the card in Windos, then dropped it into the BlackBerry.

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