In some of these instances, the only thing that you have to do is go to the Multimedia Message, and select Options (should be your left selection key). Then scroll down until you get to Objects, and select it. You should then see at least one object on your screen that has a musical note symbol. Open that item and listen to see if that is the correct ringtone. If not, go back one screen and look for another musical note symbol and select, then open. If you have found the ringtone, then just press the stop button (right selection key) so that the ringtone does not continue to play. Then, select Options, and you should see the Save option. Just select Save, and your phone will ask what folder you would like to save it to...
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you can download animated themes at www.mobile9.com and www.zedge.net for your e71 phone. as for the ringtones, yes, you can use these tones to be the the incoming tones of your text messages. go to setings, profiles, general,choose personalise, message alert tone and choose your favorite aac or mp3 tone to be your message alert tone.
For this, you will need Multimedia Messaging on your phone(Text Messaging, able to send pictures). You just hit Attatch, or Insert(dont have the phone personally but everythings relativeley the same). From this point either pick "Tone", "Music", "Media", "Multimedia", or something similar. Navigate to the tone and viola! Send it to your wife :) On the other side, if this doesnt work, google "Decoy Ringtone Set" or "Decoy Ringtones", you might get lucky!
your phones alert tone was set to beep once, to change this go to profile settings then open the activated profile such as general>personalize>message alert tone then now choose the ring tone you want to use as message alert tone..
hi if your going on about mms messages then all you need to do is contact your service provider and they will then send you these settings via text message that will update your phone to the correct settings. if how ever you mean your having problem sending multiple message ie more than one page then the problem is going to be more likely that your memory is full so try deleting any old messages in inbox and out box and also delete all the ringtones that you never use as alot of people never use the ringtones that came with the phone so deleting these will free up loads of memory.
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Boost Mobile does not accept ringtones from 3rd parties, whether its sent via email or mp3 attachment. U might want to try sending it through the SMS. Maybe u can save it that way. Only way I've been able to get ringtones is thru the Boost site only. No "free ringtone" websites are able to send ringtones thru a message, cuz Boost blocks this. And Ive tried them all. Until they provide us with phones with SD cards, were outta luck, sorry.
You CAN set a song as your text alert tone. Here are the steps: 1- Go to: Settings> Profiles> 2- Select your options (e.g. normal, vibrate and ring, etc....) 3- select Options> Customize (2)> 4- Highlight "Message Sound" and select Options> Customize (2), 5- Then browse to the folder your song or sound is in (e.g. audio) and select the file you want to use and save it.
I noticed that the songs have to be under 30 seconds to use as any type of alert tone for calls or texts.