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Root your phone and change specific entry in database using sql editor app . I don't have this phone so can't hands on by myself.


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If you just copied over the file then it's permissions are like set at 600. chmod the file to 644 so it is WORLD READABLE. so, chmod 644 /sdcard/ringtones/blah.whatever also a filename with a space in it could cause an issue, do a rename anyway so if the files name is blah blah.whatever , rename it to blah_blah.whatever Lastly if the above are no go or ...


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Try finding the song through your device music player. Play the song and while it is playing, select options then set as ringtone.


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I did a restart of my phone and everything was back to normal. Hope this helps someone.


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I'm using the Moto G and I had the same problem. Solution for me was to Download a file manager app Save the ringtone mp3 file in my music folder In settings\ringtones (in the file manager), select your ringtone from the music folder.


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I ended up trying the following 1) Looking at the logs. Saw no smoking gun 2) Clearing the memory on the media storage. That didn't do it. Wasn't a good idea either. It couldn't see the pictures I had taken after the issue started. 3) Resetting the phone and restoring from backup. That did it. Bit painful.



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