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Motorola Pebble When I try to download a ringtone , It says file type not recognized. But it will play it for preview.

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You may have to master reset the phone or have the firmware reflash.

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Downloaded ringtones are not syncing with my iPhone 4S. I've tried deleting all ringtones from iTunes and starting all over but deleting is not an option.


see the instructions in the link below:
Note: the iPhone ringtone must have an .m4r extension in order to be recognized, and it must be under 30 seconds long in order to work properly. This is what differentiates the iPhone ringtones from those on the Android, which can use a .m4a or .mp3 file without an additional conversion. Remember that an .m4r file is the same thing as an .m4a audio file, except the file extension has been changed to represent the ringtone.
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Downloading


Your computer is full of potential free ringtones for your Samsung T229 (also known as Samsung SGH-t229, T-mobile t229) :
By Bluetooth:
The Samsung t229 is Bluetooth-enabled. Bluetooth is a wireless system which lets you connect your cell phone to computers, headsets, car kits, etc. If your computer is also Bluetooth-enabled, simply establish a connection between both devices and transfer your music files from your computer to your Samsung t229.
Simply record sound directly:
Since your Samsung t229 has a sound recorder (also known as "voice memo"), a very simple technique involves simply placing your phone near your computer's speakers, playing whatever music or sound you would like as a ringtone, and recording it -- you can even use your voice, your child's voice or even your cat's "meow!" Record it with your mobile and there you go! Unless that function was specifically blocked on the Samsung t229, you should be able to navigate to the ringtones section and choose your new recording as a ringtone. Of course, the quality will not be ideal but, after all, it's free!

Downloading using the phone
NOTE: MegaTones, HiFi Ringers, and Voices & Sounds are stored at Menu > Fun & Apps > Files > Sounds > Sounds. To download using the phone, perform the following steps: 1. At the main screen, select t-zones. 2. Scroll to and select Music & Sounds. 3. Scroll to and select HiFi Ringers, MegaTones, or Voices & Sounds. 4. Scroll to and select the desired category. 5. Scroll to and select the desired tone. 6. On the preview page, select ACCEPT. 7. After the tone downloads, select Play to preview the tone. 8. Select Set as. 9. Select one of the following options:
  • myFaves ringtone: To set as a myFaves® ringtone. Scroll to and select the desired myFaves contact.
  • Default ringtone: To set as the default ringtone.
  • Caller ringtone: To set as a caller ringtone. Scroll to and select the desired contact.
  • Alarm tone: To set as an alarm tone. Scroll to and select the desired alarm. Turn on the alarm and select the desired time and date.
10. Select Save.

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How to download music tunes, ringtones, and receive sounds for a UT Starcom 8932 cell phone


You can download, save, rename, and assign ringtones directly to your phone when browsing the web. Here is how to download ringtones. 1. Press the Left Soft Key [Menu], then select the “WEB” spinning globe icon and press OK to select. 2. You will be directed to the WEB browser, where you will click on “New Hot Downloads” link. 3. From the “Realtones” or “Ringtones”, or the “What’s New” links, press “Select”, or OK. 4. Choose a ringtone or realtone you like by scrolling through the choices offered. You will be able to preview a small sample of each tone after you have clicked the “Preview” key on the title of the ringtone link, and you will be directed to a page describing your choice to preview. Choose the “Get” soft key. A downloading status page will appear. Next, you will be directed to a page that offers you to choose to play the ringtone or to purchase by using these soft keys. Press the “Play” soft key and you are allowed 2 usage rights to listen to the preview file. Choose the “Purchase” soft key to go back to purchase the ringtone. 5. Press OK on the “Buy” icon to purchase your ringtone. You will then be asked to confirm the purchase of this tone by selecting “Confirm”. Please note that you must have a balance in your account to cover the cost of content. You may add money by dialing “*99“ from your cell phone! 6. Press the Left Soft Key [Menu]. You will be directed to a description of your chosen tone. You will then be directed to the “Download Complete” status page. 7. Press the Right Soft Key [Menu] “Options” soft key. Here, you will choose to store the ringtone, or apply as a ringtone.
Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else.
JimmyC

Sep 26, 2009 | UTStarcom Blitz Cell Phone

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Boost won't let you downloade free ringtones


There's a little known secret few people know about to get ringtones without having to sign up at any website.

Just follow these directions:

1) Download Firefox as your browser.
Download here:
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/upg…

2) Install the add-on called: Video Download Helper 4.7.
Download here: (its free)
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox…

3) Re-start Firefox

4) If the icon for Video Download Helper (3 little colored balls grouped together) is not showing on your top toolbar, right click on the toolbar and select, 'customize'. When the window opens, find the icon and drag it to your toolbar.

5) Click. 'Done' at he bottom of the window.

6) Now, when you go to any website where you can click to hear a ringtone - the icon in your toolbar will light up and begin to spin when the ringtone begins to play. Click on the icon and - in the drop down box - you'll see the file for the ringtone that is playing. Clicking on the file will automatically download it.

Above your toolbars in Firefox click: Tools > Options > and the Main tab at the top of the window when it opens. See: 'Save files to' (with a box next to it ) to see where your ringtone was downloaded to on your computer.

Transfer the file to your phone and you have a free ringtone.

Note: These files will usually be MP3 files. If your phone doesn't allow MP3 files you'll have to convert the file to the file format your phone can use as a ringtone.

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Ringtone


Place the downloaded ringtone to \My Documents\My Ringtones..

Now goto Start->Settings->Personal->Sounds & Notifications -> Click on "Notifications" tab.

Select the downloaded file from the dropdown menu..
(U can also play the file for preview by clicking the play button)

Click ok...

Now ur new file will be set as ringtone...

Hope this helps...

Thanks,
Jegan..

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MotoRazr V3m transfering music from minisd card to a ringtone


You may need to have some type of file converter on your computer kind of like windows media player has or I-Tunes. These will convert on command.

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Ringtone plays at super speed


it could just be the file, you can send it to your e-mail in a pic msg to check it (just type your e-mail it under pic msg) it will not charge u if u have a txt plan

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Sound Issue with MOTOKRZR K1m


ok like this.. try to play the tone and then press More (maybe) then press Left/Right button.. try 1st ok.. :)

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Ringtones not working


The lock indicates that the song is protected, or locked and cannot be transferred or deleted. Where did the music come from? If you downloaded it from a ringtone site, or your company, try downloading them again. It also may be a memory error, if you have too many photos / videos, it will effect the audio and ringtones on the device. Best of Luck.

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Ringtones


try to master reset your phone. it will restore all orginal settings.

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