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How to change the message ringtone of my phone

Hi, I downloaded a ringtone yesterday in mp3 format. I save it under ringtone folder but when I'm about to select it as my message ringtone, it does not appear in any of the option tones. What was usually appeared are the .mid file (default tones). I have a Samsung j750 phone. Can you please help me to find out how will I make my mp3 ringtones the message tone? Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    I donn't know how to change the message ringing tone & I don't know how to set ny phone to vibrate & ring at one time.

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    Well, I hav tha same problem, BUT!!! I dont think our phone can do that...

    :(

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Hi Jane,
To put mp3 files as message tone you have to download a .mid file and put it in with all of your other mp3 files. once you have done that go into settings and go to the message tone settings. press use my effective alert tone or what ever it says and click play on the .mid file the just go across and find the mp3 you want but dont go out of the play mode until you select the mp3 you want.
im glad i could help.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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