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Changing default directory for ringtones?

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I have a client that has about 10 Windows Mobile 6.1 phones, we are having problems with Ring Tones being stored on the device memory which is only 64 mb.  They all have storage cards on thier phones and want to change the default location of where ring tones are stored at on the phone.  I want to change the directory from \My Documents\My Ringtones to \Storage Card\Ringtones.  We are also looking at changing the default for pictures also.  Thanks.
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http://www.freewarepocketpc.net/ppc-download-vip-pim-ringtone-v4-2.html

This freeware allows you to change the directory
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The Solution that works for me is:

Just copy the ringtone you need to \Storage Card\My Documents

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Just copy the ringtone you need to \Storage Card\

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Just copy the ringtone you need to \Storage Card\My Ringtones
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