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    Is there a ringtone manager other than Lightwav that can play ogg files through PocketTunes?
    I tried the latest version of Lightwav, and could not get it to play an ogg file for an individual contact. It would play one for the Known Caller setting.
    Thanks,
    Zane
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    hrm, any of the ringtone appliciations that use pocket tunes should be able to use any file format that pocket tunes supports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zvandiver
    Is there a ringtone manager other than Lightwav that can play ogg files through PocketTunes?
    I tried the latest version of Lightwav, and could not get it to play an ogg file for an individual contact. It would play one for the Known Caller setting.
    Thanks,
    Zane
    did you install the OGG plugin for pocketTunes? you can also try AeroPlayer and you need to install the OGG plugin as well. we have no problems playing mp3/ogg/wma files with Lightwav.
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    smiley88,
    I don't know what I did with Lightwav, but I couldn't seem to get it to play my ogg files. I play them with PTunes all the time. I have downloaded the demo of mp3ringer, and have got it working just fine. My only problem is when I try to assign a ringtone for the Card Eject Sound, the selection list is blank. I assume it should show the built-in ringtone database. How can I fix this?
    Zane

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