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  1. kunjikorans's Avatar

    I was with windowsphone chat help for over 4 hours. They finally concluded that Win XP is NOT compatible with my phone
    05-26-2015 07:05 AM
  2. wildchild001's Avatar
    I know you mentioned didn't want to use online storage but since they concluded that Win XP is not compatible with your phone, maybe you want to try this "online" method?

    1. Somehow download the ringtone to your phone using your phone browser. (Either upload to online storage or search for the same ringtone)
    2. Install Files app on your Windows Phone. URL: windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/files/762e837f-461d-4847-8399-3526f54fc25e
    3. Open the Files app and go to where your ringtone has been downloaded to.
    4. Move the mp3 ringtone file to Ringtones folder. Watch this video for how to access and move files: youtube.com/watch?v=s2ae6t121w0
    5. Back to Ringtones+Sounds and just set your ringtone.

    The Files app is pretty useful for managing files in phone, so I think it wouldn't be a burden for any phone to have it. Hope this helps.
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