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Re: can not find downloaded ringtone
check the format that can be played on your phone set then download the ringtons. mostly it can be mp3, wmi etc... or if u have choosen the correct path then the files can be corrupted or u have saved them in another location rather than the list of tones...
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On your Blackberry menu, there's an icon that resembles a person's head that represents profiles. In the profiles menu, you can select the volume for the notifications you receive when messages or calls come in. Choose "Loud" to hear all notifications at an equal volume, equivalent to the maximum output possible.
Some ring tones just remain less audible than others even when they're set to maximum volume. If you've tried increasing the volume of your notifications but still can't hear the ringer sometimes, try downloading a custom ringtone from the Blackberry App Store.
When selecting a custom ringtone, choose something distinctive and hard to ignore. When previewing the tone, determine whether it seems louder or easier to hear than your existing tone. Download more than one tone and experiment throughout the day.
After you've downloaded custom ringtones, set your phone to use these ringers by going into the applicable notification profile. Select "Show Tunes" and open the media folder where you've chosen to save your downloaded tones. Select the ringer you want and click "Set as Phone Tune."
well if u have internet on your phone you could try buying ONE ringtone and one that ringtone is installed a new folder will come into existance. i think its caled my contestant of something. Anyways, try connecting ure phone to your pc and from then on, all songs u downlaod should become a ringtone if put into that folder. Just a guess though. try it
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!
Here is how to set your default ringtone:
__ Detail (2nd line .. if style:loud then line 2 will say Loud:Detail .. if style:soft then line 2 will say Soft:Detail)
Now you'll see
Click on Calls
Click on Music
Now you can set the default ringtone.
To set a specific ringtone for each person in your address book:
Click Edit Contact
Scroll down to Ringer ID
Now you can set ringer ID for that contact.
phone only recognizes midi file ringtones there are several sites out there that offer midi style tones. you can also buy a pack for 30.00 i dont know the name but its on the mobile web threw the phone it lets you put whole songs from your sd card as a ringtone
thus your phone exceed its limit? or during the reception of a ringtone it displays any statemen on the screen? Maybe you've got full phone memory and you downloaded too much, if so, your phone software was corrupted. you need to reformat your phone.