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how do I download my ringtones from my memory card to my phone


Sunday 04th of March 2012 / justanswer.com
how do I download my ringtones from my memory card to my phone so i can use them?Already Tried: I havent a clue where to start. I really dont understand this new techknowlagie. Oh I cant spell to good eather. Im 51 yrs old.I dont know to much about computers and I had to go get a smart phone. real smart huh? But, I did find them in my files. I found them just dont know how to move them.
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Stupid question but how how do i DL music


Thursday 06th of September 2012 / androidforums.com
Hi all, sorry for the stupid thread but i need help. I'm new to the S3 having only got it a couple of days ago. Prior to this i was on the Iphone which was easy to DL music and ringtones via the Itunes store. Well erm... How do i download music or ringtones on the S3? The instruction book that came in case is useless. Its all new to me and i've no idea what i'm doing. All i want to do is find movie themes, songs i like etc and then download or use as a ring/text tone. How exactly do i do this because i'm stumped. I have nothing on a memory card or on my laptop so everything would be coming from on the phone. Please advise. Thank you.
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Storage on phone


Friday 09th of November 2012 / androidforums.com
How much storage do I really need on my smartphone? | Mobile - CNET NewsLogical answer for most users.I happen to have many apps for reference. Astronomy, Birdwatching, Nature, etc.Each one of these apps has its own database. Some Astronomy apps have other major star catalogs you can download, for example. Audubon Birds and Ibird pro also include bird calls, photos and other information about a bird.All these DBs take up room. If they can't be moved to SD card, or the size of the external memory is fixed, how do you calculate what you will need?So far, 16G is about 2/3rds full. There are more birding apps I want, and if I see another guidebook type of app, I'll probably want that. I'm also collecting info from various National Parks, converting to PDF and I want those PDF roadlogs handy.With newer phones come newer, more capable versions of apps which will probably demand more storage allocations.How would you decide what you needed in this case?I know enough to remove books, photos, etc that I can back up on computer. I use MID for ringtones so all the ringtones I have are less than
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