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    How do I get my ringtones back from a backup?

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    On my 7100i I had some classic nextel ringers that I used. While getting BES installed and debuged I ended up wiping the phone (not before doing a backup) with desktop manager). I'm hoping I can restore the ringers only from the backup??? Is this possible and if so, how can I do it?

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    yes you should get all of that info back along with any profile settings you may have had or exceptions you had set up with particular people in your address book.
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    This guide should help you recover your rigntone:

    Ringtones are backed up in the content store database. This includes .Mp3 and .Mid ringtones.
    Complete the following steps to restore a ringtone:
    1. Connect the BlackBerry device to a computer.
    2. Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
    3. Double-click Backup and Restore.
    4. To restore specific BlackBerry device data from a backup file, click Advanced. On the File menu, click Open. Double-click a backup (.ipd) file. In the Desktop File Databases section, click a database. Click the Right Arrow icon.
    Additionally, images are also backed up in the content store database.

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    Worked!!! Got my classic Nextel ringtones back! My many thanks.

    Regards,

    Roveer

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