- 09-25-2013, 05:24 PM #2
Cheers trying to download total commander right now, also it seems to not be receiving messages properly because i have received numerous texts since starting with it but 2 people have said they have sent me texts and they don't seem to be coming through and I have checked they are not blocked or anything so any ideas?
Also commander has downloaded but doesnt seem to pick up on the ringtone still, I had this ringtone downloaded off the app store on my previous phone and was fine and it downloaded fine and I can play it but it doesn't seem to register in the options for ringtones or the menu on the ringtone doesn't have an option for setting as a tone
- 09-25-2013, 06:02 PM #4
- 09-25-2013, 06:14 PM #6
So it sounds like you downloaded an actual ringtone app from Google Play, not just a ringtone itself. Can you tell us the name of it so we can look at it more closely? Since it's an app, the ringtones themselves will be stored somewhere besides the Downloaded folder.
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- 09-25-2013, 06:28 PM #8
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Just click the "Music" icon in your Application. Click the big Note symbol on the lower part of the screen, this will lead you to your previous music played. Then click the Menu button on left side of Home Button. Press "Set As" to change your Ringtone. To see all music list, just press the small Note symbol in the lower right of the music screen and select your desired ringtone.
- 09-25-2013, 06:39 PM #9
- 09-26-2013, 10:57 AM #11
Identifying music that you downloaded to your phone using Google Music can be difficult, because the tracks are saved in an obscure menu under a coded filename. The directory is /storage/sdcard0/Android/data/com.google.android.music/files/music. The only way to figure out which one of those coded files is your ringtone is to play each one (or try to deduce it from the download date).
I suggest going to Google Music on your desktop, finding your ringtone, and downloading it there. The mp3 that downloads to your computer will have the actual filename, and you can then transfer it to your phone via USB cable, wirelessly, or using Google Drive. Move it to the Ringtones folder as described above.
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