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A Different Ringtone With Every Call

By Daniel Webster April 8, 2009, 12:50 pm

Customizing your contacts to have their own ringtone has always been a nice feature of Windows Mobile devices, but what do you do with all of those other incoming calls, that are either unknown calls or just numbers not saved into your phone?

Ringtone Shuffler, created by GX-5, now lets you hear a different ringtone for every call that is not assigned to a particular contact. The program gives you the ability to select any ringtone saved to your device. There is even an option to select all of the ringtones so every call plays it own unique melody. The program offers a 5 day trial and only costs $3.95 USD. If you want to customize your tones just copy any Windows Media Audio file (.wma) by going to Start/Programs/File Explorer/Windows/Rings or to Start/Programs/File Explorer/Application Data/Sounds depending on your device.



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