I've been trying to send ringtones (as MP3s) to my phone from my computer using Bluetooth on my Motorola Razr (which I got it in January of this year. The phone says the software version is 23.1_01.19.07). Anyway, I always get to the point where it asks me if I'd like to accept the file and after I accept, I get a message informing me that there is an internal error.
So I have three questions: 1. Am I putting the file in the wrong format? (Should it be m4r or aac? Or something else?) 2. Do I need to purchase some sort of accessory (like a headset or a cable) to make this work? 3. Or is this just a problem all Verizon Razrs have because Verizon wants its customers to continue shell out $2.99 for a 40 second ringtone?
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u set the ringtone from mutimedia>sounds,ussally while playing the will be option "set a ringtone" not from digital audio player,directly from sounds.
motorola does not accpet viruses infected files or their phone must be trying to send virus attachment or ur phone memory will be full.
before you try to send him ringtones. under the connections menu turn both bluetooths on. at the same time on your husbands phone push the find me icon and on your phone push add new devices. yours should pick it up.
The V3 is deceiving because it has many different software versions. If you power the phone off, and then press and hold the * and # keys while pressing the power button, it should come up with a black screen with white letters telling you the bootloader version. I bet if you compare the two, the bootloader will be different.
There is the V3i, V3a, V3m, V3r, V3re, V3c etc.
I've heard of many of the new razors not being able to use MP3's as ring tones.
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your razr most likely is not mp3 ready so u need to get it flashed with a new software version so it could do this.i 've come across this problem before.you need to take it to a service repair shop and have it done and you should be good.i'm very sure u could use your default ringtones but not the downloaded songs...once they're not mp3...
What are you trying to send? Picture, video, ringtone, app? For a ringtone, go to the Media Finder, select ringtones, then "All Ringtones" and scroll to the one you want to send. Hit "options" and scroll to the option "Send" Select "Send" and one option should be "send Via Bluetooth"
The process should be similar for other sendable items.
to send ringtones using multi-media message, you need to check with your carrier/srvice provider if they support this feature on your phone.
if you are trying to send using bluetooth, power off your phone and take out the battery for few seconds put the battery back in, power on and try sending. if does not work, reset the phone to its original manufacturer setting.