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How to take favourite ringtones from internet to my mobile

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Accessing the internet on your mobile phone has never been cheaper or easier. If you're looking for a new mobile, you'll find that almost all the latest handsets can connect quickly to the internet. Connecting to the internet on your mobile is actually very straightforward, however if you're not sure how to make the most of this great phone feature, we've put together this handy guide to help you. Get set up To access the internet on your mobile phone you need: a mobile phone that supports internet access a mobile phone service that supports data transmission, such as 3G and Wi-Fi an account with data settings for accessing an internet server on your phone. Many phones come preloaded with data account settings. If yours does not, you should speak to your service provider. Using the internet Many phones come with one-touch internet access; simply hit the web-browser button on your phone and you will connect straight away. This will either be on the main menu screen, or within the Applications menu. Your internet home page will usually be a web page saved into the phone, most likely a home page for your mobile provider. This will be the page from which you can access all online services from your phone. Of course, you can change this easily from the browser's settings menu. Usually when you access the internet from your mobile, you will see this page offline and can choose from a list of online services such as: Search internet Accessories Download games Download ringtones You could select any web page to be your home page when you connect, and from here you can access any other internet page as you normally would. You can also bookmark your favourite web pages in your phone's browser. Bookmarks mean that you can organise the addresses of your favourite and frequently visit web pages in a handy and easy to manage way. When connected to the internet on your phone, you can navigate as you would from a PC or a laptop using your mobile's keypad, trackpad, or touchscreen. Downloading content Downloading music, ringtones, photos, or videos on your mobile phone works in much the same way as it would from your PC or laptop. Most mobile phones have dedicated music or media download software which enables you to quickly and easily transfer files between your mobile and your PC or laptop, for example iTunes for Apple iPhones. This software also allows you to transfer music from your computer and CD's onto your phone. Internet security Your internet-ready mobile phone should support secure browsing. It's worth remembering that using certain internet services on your mobile, like banking for example, could require your phone to have security certificates. Your phone may have all the necessary security certificates when you buy it, however, if it does not, you should contact your service provider. If your phone does require security certificates to allow you to connect to the internet and use certain services, you can often download the certificates straight to your phone, or transfer them from your computer to your mobile just as you would with any other file.

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I bought a Samsung GT-B3410r mobile phone. I have tried to add new ringtones to the phone, including using a ringtone convertor, but the phone never recognizes any of the different formats to allow me to...


I have this exact phone! The files have to be MP3! This is abit annoying! If you use the internet on your phone, i would suggest going on wapking from you mobile (just google it) You can download mp3 ringtones from there for free!!!! its pretty kool!

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I bought new samsung galaxy 5 today.. i transferred some new mp3 tones from another mobile through bluetooth and saved it in 'my files' folder in the main menu.. when i wanted to set a tone as my default...


Vimal be09 HI you doing it the wrong way sorry to tell you that. . You need to go to music player . hit the icon and then hit the menu button and you should see a menu that has a list of options. Hit the the song you want as your ring tone . It will then you it the menu icon again and you should now be able to save it as your ringtone. You need to look for set as when you hit the menu key. Hope this help.

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Download the ringtone to your PC and send it to your Mobile via Bluetooth or a Data cable. Make sure you have all the proper drivers to enable this connectivity.

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hi there
download it on your computer
then plug the usb and transfer the ringtones to your mobile.
you have all your favorite tones on your mobile
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Some mobile allow songs which are of 128kbps to be set as Ringtone..so please try to convert your song into 128 kbps by using any MP3 editer software..thank you!!..

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You must have an internet connection set up in your phone, %95 of ringtone providers send you link to an internet web to be accessed by phone for the requested ringtone, if you do not have internet access in your mobile phone, you're screwed :).

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