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Assign Ringtone based on Category
First released back in 2007, XDA forum member v3patel‘s application, VipPimRingTone has received it’s latest update to version 9.0.
If you would like to be able to assign ringtones by Category rather than for individual contacts, VipPimRingTone is an old school type application that let’s you do just that.
Simply launch VipPimRingTone, select the relevant Category that you’ve set up in your Windows Mobile phone book, and set your desired ringtone!
Includes support for wma ringtones, option to set ringtone folder location and an import/export functionality.
For more information on v3patel’s app and to download the cab file, check out the application thread.
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