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Old 08-12-2005, 11:47 AM   #1
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I recently got a Motorola razr. Is there any way to get free ring tones? Or is there a way to make your own? Thanks in advance.

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What kind of ringtones does it use? If MP3s (like my LGs), then you should be able to e-mail short MP3s to your phone, and save them as ringtones.

Check out www.howardforums.com You should find all kinds of info there...
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I like my Verizon Wireless ringback tones.... when people call they hear a song kinda like placing them on hold..... i currently have The Killers - Somebody told me
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I noticed a werid thing with our phone, when we crossed the border to go to WCBF, our ring tone changed, and when we got back into Canada, the ring tone went back to normal. It was werid the first time the thing rang with the different ring tone, it took me a minute to realize it was ours
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What kind of ringtones does it use? If MP3s (like my LGs), then you should be able to e-mail short MP3s to your phone, and save them as ringtones.

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How do I find out my phones e-mail address? Or is it something else?
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find the post that matchs your phone type or company

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What kind of ringtones does it use? If MP3s (like my LGs), then you should be able to e-mail short MP3s to your phone, and save them as ringtones.

Check out www.howardforums.com You should find all kinds of info there...
How do I find out my phones e-mail address? Or is it something else?
Send a message to your normal e-mail address. Then you can add the return address on that message to your contacts
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I noticed a werid thing with our phone, when we crossed the border to go to WCBF, our ring tone changed, and when we got back into Canada, the ring tone went back to normal. It was werid the first time the thing rang with the different ring tone, it took me a minute to realize it was ours
Might have to do with the phone roaming. Did anything say on the phone that you were roaming. I know with tmobile the caller id won't work when you are roaming. It has to be on there network for it to work
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To be honest I never really noticed. However, Matt had said his phone was not working at the campsite, yet ours was, and we use the same phone company
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Did you guys have different phones (brand of phone motorola,nokia,lg?) differnt phones have differnt capabilitys when it comes to signals
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