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Select the music file you want inside the media gallery, open the Sound Clips folder where your music file is stored then select 'Option', choose 'Use Tones --> Set as ringing tones' or 'Use Tones --> Assign to contact'
Well, after you decide to make a song a ringtone, simply press set as and you'll see options such as ringtone,individual ringtone..etc.If you don't see the set as button, try press options,set as..etc.
I hope this helps your problem!
unfortunately in samsung j700...doesn't provide the facility u mentioned but it allows user to assign particular ringtone and callerid for some group of contacts... the group may have 1 or more contacts so saving each contacts in each seperate group may indirectly met ur requirement
By creating groups of contacts, you can assign ringtones and caller ID photos to each group or send messages and emails to an entire group. Start by creating a group: 1. In Idle mode, press <Menu> → Phonebook → Group → <Options> → Add. 2. Enter a group name and scroll down. 3. To set the caller ID image, press the Centre key → an image category → an image. 4. To set a group ringtone, scroll down and press the Centre key → a ringtone category → a ringtone. 5. Press <Save>.
Before you can assign a ringtone to a contact, you must first go to "settings" and then to "ring styles". Click on "Detail" and go down to "Ringer IDs". Make sure it says "On". After that, you should be able to assign a ringtone to a contact by editing the contact details. (Custom ringtones are at the bottom of the list instead of at the top.) Hope that helps.
I had the same problem... after much fiddling with it, found out that only contacts saved on SIM card could have ringtones assigned. Don't know why... but saving all contacts to SIM & then assigning ringtones worked for me.
don't waste your money. it is silent from your contacts.....if you remove silent mode in contacts option then you will have ringtone..........like any name contact and then go to its option then you will activate the ringtone rather of silent.........then you will hear ringtone.......if any one has any problem....then don't go.......to ........shop ...........
I don't have the phone, but the solution must be a standard one.
Go to your Phonebook and locate your contacts. Press the options button (or whatever it is called in your phone) and enter the options for each contact. There you should be able to locate an option to set a ringtone to that contact. You can do this individually to each and every contact you wanna set a different ringtone to.