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    And more specifically: How do I delete some?
    I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
    -Mark Twain
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    Your best bet, I think, is a little program call iRing. It will let you copy ringtones from one database to another and to delete them.

    The catch is that the developer of this app seems to have disappeared, leaving no way to register it. The unregistered version hides some ringer names with the phrase "Please register." But if you launch it several times, the ringtones that get hidden change, eventually displaying everything.

    A bit of kludge, but it works and it's free.
    Bob Meyer
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