How do I download games/ringtones for LG Shine KM500d?
I recently got a new LG Shine KM500d after my other phone broke into two separate pieces, from ebay. I am a t-mobile customer, and it appears that t-mobile doesn't sell the phone but it worked fine once I put my sim card in. Only problem, when I tried to get a game from the t-mobile website, it wouldn't let me do anything with the sent text message. So, how do I get games for the phone? Or ringtones for that matter (though I suppose I can just make those)? -note: the manual is in Spanish, so I can't read any of it, and so far haven't found a manual online that may have the answers I need. So, if anyone can help, that'd be wonderful!
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You can download a free program called bitpim from bitpim.org. You can make your own tones, and transfer pics, videos, addressbook and more. There are some good youtube videos that will show step by step how to make the ringtones. If you do not have a manual for your phone and you would like one, you can download it here:
You can download ringtones from the at&t store from the phone. Then once it is downloaded, you can set as ringtone or playback. The info is on page 76 of the manual. Too much info to paste here. If you want more info, let me know.
you have to have a memory card in your phone for it to show up as an attached device.....otherwise you will need a program that will recognize the device to transfer data to it. i recommend getting a cheap little micro sd card so that you can simply pull up the device from <my computer> and copy the ringtones/mp3s straight to the removable disk.