Removed ringtones one remains!

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marauderrt10

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Jul 23, 2007
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Ok, so i removed all the ringtones except that damn Marimba one! Its not showing up in manzana. Any ideas? I plan to try interface but i don't exactly have the directory.
 

cybergreg

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Jul 21, 2007
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I'd be careful removing that one, it seems to be the default whenever the phone gets reset or say you delete the current ringtone. Now that might kust be because it's listed first, don't know.

:cool:
 

marauderrt10

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Jul 23, 2007
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I'd be careful removing that one, it seems to be the default whenever the phone gets reset or say you delete the current ringtone. Now that might kust be because it's listed first, don't know.

:cool:
i can always try it :D. worst comes to worst i can always restore it!
 

skiz420

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Jul 28, 2007
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make sure you type it just as the file name is... if you put a space before it you have to put the space before it to remove it also so

rmdir /var/root/Library/Ringtones/iPhone Ring.mp3

is not the same as

rmdir /var/root/Library/Ringtones/ iPhone Ring.mp3
or
rmdir /var/root/Library/Ringtones/iPhone ring.mp3

it must be exact... best way to check the file name is to do
cd /var/root/Library/Ringtones/
then just type ls
this will list the files and just make sure the file name is exactly the same as whats there...

hope this helps
 

skiz420

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#8
i think that that ringtone is built into the firmware somehow because its odd that it shows up at the top of the list... and it is the "iPhone ringtone" so it may be locked some how... it is always set for the default for sounds also...