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A ringtone is multimedia either music or video displaying on the phone device. The name implies that, a tune would be heard whenever a ring sound is expected instead. The features of ringtones takes into consideration the phone type and capabilities from designer.
Nokia E63 cell phones have ringtone capabilities enabled by manufacturer only requiring customer manipulation.
1. The ringtone area is manipulatable by menu features making possible alteration
a. The ringtones could be selected from preexisting programs
b. The phone owner could choose to customer already existing ringtones, explanable
1. The phone could be connected to a computer from which tunes are installed.
2. The phone that is connected to an internet could have features of tune acquirable by subscription.
Important notes about ringtones
1. The devices for a phone is incapable of holding every kind of ring tune considering decoding format
2. The device has space available to hold a number of tunes.
The kind of tunes acquires would have diferent expressions on the device
1. a subscribed ring tone could expire considering acquisition arrangement
Consult your phone provider experts for consultation
Here is the link to the user manual if you need it.
Unfortunately what callers hear is dependent on the phone they are calling from, not on your phone. You could concievably send them a mutimedia message when they call, but there is no way to automate this, and it would probably be too much trouble and expense to bother.
Wait a year or two, and it may well be that manufacturers start including this feature - it would require a slight modification of the communications protocols on the cell networks, but it probably would be popular. Good idea.
Hope this helps :)
I think that there have been some mistake.....Caller Tune means the ring-tone which is hearing by someone who is calling you.So you cannot set the caller tune yourself, it is provided by the Sim service provider.Here However, Ring-Tone means the tone which you are hearing when someone is calling you.We can easily set this tone by using....Menu......>Profile...........>Ringing tone setting....Set the tone what you wish............................
To mute the ringing tone instead of answering a active call,select Silence. or u can try the following
To set a mute ringing tone for a profile, select Options > Personalise > Ringing tone. Select a ringing tone from the list, or select Download sounds to open a bookmark folder containing a list of bookmarks for downloading tones using the browser. Any downloaded tones are saved to Gallery. To play the ringing tone for a selected contact group only, select Options > Personalise > Alert for, and select the option similar to none,etc...
For Mac users, this is surprisingly simple using Garage Band (part of the iLife product line).
Simply take your source audio material (no more than 30 seconds in length), and plunk it into a new project in Garage Band.
Then, go to "Share" > "Send Ringtone to iTunes"
When this is complete, simply connect your iPhone, go into iTunes and from the "Ringtones" tab under your device enable the new ringtone.
Do a sync.
Finally, go into iPhone settings and choose your new ringtone from the sounds menu.
Symbian OS/S60 phone: With the Voice Recorder on the screen, open Options. Select Go To Gallery. All the recordings you have saved can be accessed from the Gallery. You should see a list of recorded tunes. Highlight a recording, open Options and choose "Set as ringing tone."
Windows Mobile phone: When you are still in the Voice Recorder, highlight a recording in the list and open the Menu. Select Set As Ringtone.
If your phone menu doesn't show the Set As Ringtone choice at all, you have to set it manually. Go to the Home screen, push Start, and open File Manager. You have to move the recording from the folder /Storage/My Documents/Notes to the folder /Storage/Application Data/Sounds. Then, go to the Start menu and launch Settings. Select Sounds, open Ring Tone, and pick up the recorded ring tone.