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When the ring tone cuts out, your caller goes to your voice mail, right?
The length of time before an unanswered caller goes to voice mail is called your "ring cycle" and is set by your phone carrier (e.g. Vodaphone, Verizon, Orange, etc.)
There shouldn't be any charge to change your ring cycle, and some cell carriers will let you adjust it from your account settings on their website, but the simplest answer is just to call your carrier's customer service and ask them to change the ring cycle for your number.
For cell carriers in the US, you can call 611 from your phone to reach your carrier's customer service, but I don't know about other countries' mobile carriers.
Go to menu>my stuff> tools >utilities. Scroll down > my voice. Then press record .
To set it as your ringtone:
Go to menu, settings, then profiles. Then it takes you to flight mode,
silent, vibrate, ring, and etc. On the side it says options. Select it.
Scroll down to customize. Then just change the ringtone or scroll down
to message tone.
The setting you are looking for is under "menu - tools - profiles - general - personalise" and you change ring volume and ring tone. When you understand this, you can also create additional profiles and switch between them for different situations.
"Ringback" generally refers to the music people hear when they call your phone. You have to set that up thru Verizon (or other carrier).
If you're talking about ring tones (what YOU hear when the phone rings) that's easy. Look for a folder called "Rings" inside the Windows folder on your phone. If you put an audio file (wav, mp3, etc) in that folder, it will become available as a ring tone.
i think this is what you're going for...Go to SETTINGS, then RING STYLES. Whatever ring style (ie, vibrate, silent, vibe & ring, vibe then ring, loud, soft), underneath is the detail for it, which you can then change (bottom right of screen).
So right now my phone is:
"Style: Vibe & Ring" and underneath that is "Vibe & Ring Detail"
Under the details, you can change your ring tone by scrolling down to the "Calls" option and choose change (bottom right of screen). And to change your message tone, just go to "Messages" and then change (bottom right of screen).