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Click on the + beside HKEY_Current User
Then click on the + beside ControlPanel, then the + beside Sounds
When you see the Values button, click on it.
When you see the box on the right hand side with filesize with a value of 300000 in it...change that value to something much larger. I think 10,000,000 will cover just about any file you put in the phone for a ringtone. Then leave the program.
Note that I think Captain America was deleting the filesize altogether...this is not the same as changing the value from 300000 to zero.....I know it has worked the way I delineated for many including myself.
Also note that all work is done on your computer screen....the phone is a passive player in this change.
Then you have to transfer the ringtones you desire to the My Sounds folder on your phone. I am assuming you can also put it on a storage card, but, I am waiting on one that I ordered so I can not be positive.
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