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The trick is to click on the picture of your iPhone inside iTunes. Go to the Ringtones folder and tell it to sync the ringtones directory. Now anything placed in the Ringtones folder will be moved over.
Here are some great tones for the iPhone I recommend: http://www.exectones.com/business-ringtones-2/
To the battery issue, if your phone uses a Ni-Cd battery, those do fail to work to its full potential after one year. Less especially if you had not trained the battery. This means that you were to charge the phone to full power which is to not use the phone and not have it on but charging for at least 15 hours. then to use the phone till it dies. Draining the battery. Then charge it and repeat that process once or twice more. And the reason you would do this extreme thing is that Nickel Cad batteries keep a memory and if you use the phone and when it was at half battery you plug it in and start the recharge the battery takes note of that and then knows that at the mid point of its life it needs to be refreshed, and then your new battery becomes a old one because its lifespan got shortened by you.
So if your battery is failing or does fail to charge and/or the charge doesn't work for long is for that reason. best thing to do is not buy a new charger for an old battery, its time to buy a new battery. Or in your case buy a new phone.
and if you could shyet_05 can you put your question concerning battery in the correct category, because this question is under: All Products > Adobe > Photoshop 7.0 for PC > Troubleshooting > Problem > and to those is nothing dealing with a Nokia phone's battery.