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I am not familiar with Zuniga but I do know of an app that allows you to set ring tones, wallpaper, notification ring tones and contact ringtones. Trust me, there's thousands upon thousands of choices and maybe you'll find some that you'll like. Go to your Playstore and search for the ZEDGE app. Download it and start choosing.
No, a SIM card cannot store ring-tones. It is only capable of holding your phone number and contact information. You would need to get a micro-SD memory card and download onto that OR directly onto the phones memory bank.
I've never received ringtones via bluetooth, but I do know Samsung made it ridiculously hard to customize your ringtones on the Rant. The only way I know of to do it, other than going online on the phone and downloading ringtones there, is to use a site like Myxer to send the songs you want directly to your phone.
A ringtone file must be a specific size. You might be able to put your ringtone in your cell phone provider web account and from there download it to your cell phone. Only if your cell provider has this service. Like Virgin mobile has the option where you can create your screen background and ringtone. You have to dowload it to their web page then to your phone.
the ringtone should be in mp3 format not exceeding 35 to 40 kb. after the ringtone os transfered to your phone, highlight ringtone and click options, then move. click option to save to handest memory. then click paste. this should allow you to use the mo3 file as a ringtone.