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pls go to start >Programs>fileExplorer>select music file u want to
set as ringtone, and then long tap on the file for like 4 sec a menu
will appear u can select set as ringtone and ur file will be set it is
the std procedure for it if it helps then fine otherwise
pls try resetting the device but first backup all data bcoz all programs and data will be lost in this process kindly backup first
hard rest factory default settings = when ur set is switched off press both buttons call and end key and then press power button on upside of pda for like 5 sec screen will appear asking to format all data take out ur card if u dont want to format that now confirm by pressing the centre action button in 4 side joystick and go
if not solved then go to www.htc.com for latest Rom update downlaod and update backup ur data first
Go into the Media icon. Hit the BlackBerry® (menu) button and select ‘Explore’. Select‘device memory/home/user/voice notes’. Highlight the voice note and hit the menu button. Select‘Copy’. Hit ‘Up’ twice. Highlight the ringtones folder. Hit the menu button and click on ‘Copy Into’.
If the voice note is stored on the media card:
Go into the Media icon. Hit the BlackBerry® (menu) button and select ‘Explore’. Select‘Media Card/BlackBerry®/voice notes’. Highlight the voice note and hit the menu button. Select‘Copy’. Hit ‘Up’ twice. Highlight the ringtones folder. Hit the menu button and click on ‘Copy Into’.
Now the voice note will be available as a ringtone and can be assigned to a specific individual.
You need to pick a tone/mp3 you have on your computer and convert it to a .wav file with any of the free programs you can find via searching on google or softpedia.com. Once you have it as a wav file you need to move it to your phone (plug in your phone to the computer via usb cable, open my computer and click on the "Mobile Device"....then click the windows folder which should be listed after you click on the Mobile device) and place the file directly into the windows folder. After you've moved the file to your windows folder on the phone...unplug the phone and go to where you chose you ringer and you'll see the new tone listed.
There might be easier ways but this is the most direct way I found.
U really need the phone tools disk to change your songs into useable clips. This phone won't play a full song as a ringtone, only clips. THe software is really easy to use and you can find it on ebay fairly cheap, just make sure to enter the correct phone into the software for correct support. Good luck!
take all data-backup & get a hard-reset... if you have a virus checking application, check your device for virus/bug ; you can get virus checking applications free from the web for your PDAs... Hard-rest will solve your problems... be sure to take your backup of data & contacts...
You cannot save a ringtone, picture, or music to a SIM card. Those files get saved to the "hard drive" of the phone. In order to get music into your phone to use as a ringtone, you must either
1. Download through one of those pay for services like Jamster or through t-zones or the like.
2. Use a data connection plan to download from the "mobile net". Sites are free that let you upload your music to an address that you can go to on your mobile web and download to your phone. The phone usually knows where to download the ringtone to on its own. T-mobile's t-zones costs $5.99 a month for the mobile web.
3. Use a USB connector and the media managing software for the phone to transfer the file to your phone. The Motorola RZR uses a software called Motorola Phone Tools to do this. The Blackberry also has its own Blackberry User Tools Software. Usually, the software shows you the "folders" on the phone and one will be called "tones". You put it there and it comes up in your list of ringtones.