I am trying to change and find ringtones for my g580 mini sim phone. i have also tried to bluetooth my old tones and the phone tells me the disk is full but i havnt put anything on it yet. one more thing is that i cant get rid of the women who tells me what im doing on my phone and reads my text messeges allowed
To get rid of the woman's voice you need to go in in "file manager" Then you go in in "Memory Card" Scroll down to the end, there you'll find a file called "Resource.irf" what you need to do is rename the file to something else. I put "voice" and it worked fine. Hope it helps
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some of the message tones on other cellphone brands are irreplaceable and you can't change that for it is on default not unlike those of the smartphones they have the option of either adding message tones and ringtones or removing entirely all default tones embedded.
on the battery life, try to turn off bluetooth, infrared or other active applications when not needed to minimize battery usage. if possible, try to configure your display's brightness too. if you have a new battery try to wear out factory charge whenever possible before recharging it fully. this will give the battery the boost after it had been recharged fully.
To change ring tones. Go to second screen of icons and select User Profiles. Select General - options and then activate. Go back to General and select customize. This takes you to tone set up. Select ok and you can select tones for each sim card individually. You can also send tones from your music player. Good Luck!
1. At the main menu, select “Settings” 2. Now select “User profiles” 3. In the next menu, select “General” 4. Now “Customize” 5. Select “Tone setup” 6. Choose which SIM (on dual SIM card phones) you want to assign a ringtone to. 7. You will now see a list of available ringtone. 8. Select it. You should see at the very bottom of this list 5 empty locations this is where you can add your own mp3's as ringtones.
Now I Know your second question once you get this figured out will be how to assign ringtones to individual contacts in your phone book so here is part 2.
1. From the Main menu choose Phone 2. Choose Quick search 3. Find the contact in the list you want to add the ringtone by scrolling down the list and tap on their name 4. Choose Edit 5. Scroll down the list of options to the Musical note called Associate sound and select the ringtone from the list. Your new ringtone will now function for that contact whenever they call!
You cannot save a ringtone, picture, or music to a SIM card. Those files get saved to the "hard drive" of the phone. In order to get music into your phone to use as a ringtone, you must either
1. Download through one of those pay for services like Jamster or through t-zones or the like.
2. Use a data connection plan to download from the "mobile net". Sites are free that let you upload your music to an address that you can go to on your mobile web and download to your phone. The phone usually knows where to download the ringtone to on its own. T-mobile's t-zones costs $5.99 a month for the mobile web.
3. Use a USB connector and the media managing software for the phone to transfer the file to your phone. The Motorola RZR uses a software called Motorola Phone Tools to do this. The Blackberry also has its own Blackberry User Tools Software. Usually, the software shows you the "folders" on the phone and one will be called "tones". You put it there and it comes up in your list of ringtones.
There are two types to get you many ringtones- the first is by
bluetooth,need two phone and on the bluetooth both phones
send the ringtone first phone to second phone.
AND the second formula is-- by nokia.com you will purchase from this site.
it's because the text alerts and alarms etc. all require a different file format than what the presets are...notice the preset tones already on the phone are ".mmf?" well most downloaded/bluetoothed/purchased ringtones are mp3s, not mmfs. i have the same phone..and i am fed up with this stupid problem. i don't know how to convert the file type..sooo i guess we're stuck at stupid.
ATTENTION ANY SYNC OFFICIAL READING THIS:
i hate you.
To change your ringtone, try the following:
1. Press Menu
2. Goto and select settings
3. Goto and select ring styles
4. Goto and select style detail
From there you should be able to find the ringtone option and you would select that to see other ringtones to select from.
Also, your phone does have capabilities of having individual ringtones for different callers, but the contact has to be saved to the phone and not the sim.
To change the contact from sim to phone, try this:
1. Goto Menu
2. Goto and select Phonebook
3. Goto the contact you want to save to the phone and press menu
4. Goto and select edit
5. In edit, there should be a option saying, "Stored", if it's saved to the sim, it will say sim, select edit or press left/right and it will change it from sim to phone.
6. When saved to phone, some options should appear. One of them is ringer id.
7. Select edit on ringer id and that's where you'd select the ringtone to use for that contact.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Let me know how it works out. thanks.