Question about Samsung SGH-X160 Cellular Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: samsung sgh-j700
Click on the person in your phonebook who you wish to assign the ringtone to, the click; options, edit, then go down to the music simbol and should say Not Assigned.
Then it should say,Copy to phone, click yes. (although it might not ask you this) then click the type; Mobile, Home, Office, Fax or Other..
The click the centre button and choose music or wherever you want to get the ringtone from!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
if you had downloaded them then they could be in the music or sounds folder of 'my files'.
if not, the sgh G600 actually comes with much less ringtones
[providers of the phone often provide conflicting information as to the phone's spec.]
there are a few if you go into:
Then on 'Incoming Calls' scroll down to 'Voice Call ringtone' and select it.
In this section there are 10 ringtones.
If you want to change message tones:
scroll to the right so you are in the 'New Messages' tab.
To change the alert tone, scroll down to 'Message alert tone' and select. Here there are only a few message tones.
hopefully that solved the issue.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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