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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.
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 ...
Try finding the song through your device music player. Play the song and while it is playing, select options then set as ringtone.
I did a restart of my phone and everything was back to normal. Hope this helps someone.
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.
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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