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Unfortunately , fido has blocked the option of setting our own ringtones (copyright)
in order to do so , you must have your phone unlocked.

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You can select the destination song then open the options and select set as ringtone or forward to profile..........

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How can I restore purchased ringtones/tones for my Iphone 4s which is updated to 8.3.. I have tried to restore from iTunes it wouldn't .. I tried rebooting my phone it still didn't...


Connect your phone to iTunes on a computer. Synch iTunes to iCloud (assuming you backup your phone to iCloud) and then synch your phone to the computer.

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Rigton


get it from here : http://www.ventones.com

it is supported by tmobile phones also

to set new rington :

Find the song you want to use as a ringtone -- look in Music on your widgets menu.


Press and hold the song and a menu will pop up. Select "Use as ringtone."


You can do this with multiple songs and they will show up in your list of ringtones. You can then set them for personal ringtones, etc.

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Set my fav tunes as ringtone ?


Ringtones or songs downloaded or copied to your storage card are not automatically added to the ringtone selection menu. You need to go to the Music application and set a ringtone or song in your storage card as your ringtone. To do that top up arrow and Music then tap the three paralel lines at the bottom-left corner of the screen to go to the Library. Play the song that you want to use as a ringtone and on the Playback screen, press MENU and then tap Set as ringtone.

To change the ringtone press MENU, and then tap Settings. Tap Personalize > Default ringtone. The Phone ringtone selection menu then opens and you can scroll through the available ringtones and tap the ringtone you want to use then tap OK.

Feb 14, 2011 | HTC Wildfire Cell Phone

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Can i make a ringtone from a song on the phone


yes you can just go to gallery and choose a song that you wanted to be as a ringtone there then click options then there would be a option there to " set this as a ringtone "...click ok then the ringtone should be the song that you choose

Apr 05, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Hoo i put a downloaded song as my ringtone.


don't know about your phone because you don't give me the name of your mobile phone but in lot of mobiles ringtone option is in the settings & then audio settings or simply click on the song options there is one option use as a ringtone... prefer your way to set downloaded as a ringtone
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How to put songs as ringtones on a samsung gravity


Hi friend,

Don't worry.

Could you tell me if there are any songs in your cell phone.If there are songs in it,you can set it.Find the songs you want to set as ringtones,then choose the option"transmit",and find the option"To the user profile".Just doing these,the setting is finished.

But if there aren't any songs in your cell phone,you may need download some.Then you can set it as the above.

And if you don't like the songs you have put them as ringtones,you can ...to get more information,you may visit our website:www.1010store.com

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Ring tones


To change ringtones, go to Settings, phone profiles, highlight the profile you are using, choose options, then edit, the screen will show the settings for incoming calls, here you can scroll down and change the call ringtones, highlight voice call ringtones, press options,choose change, this takaes you to My files folders, go to the folder you keep your tunes in and highlight the song you wish to use. press options, then select. Press options again and then save.To change text tones, you do the same, but once in the screen to show settings for incoming calls, you must scroll right to show the new message screen, then you can choose the song you wanat in the same way as for calls. remember to save tho.

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The ringtones i downloaded on my phone don't work!


try to download other one and it don't again just pray to jesus

Dec 21, 2008 | Motorola Mobility MOTOKRZR K1 Cellular...

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How to use ringtone as mp3


If the phone is a Rogers or Fido variant then it will not be able to use user created or third party MP3 files as ringtones. This is due to the Rogers software customization, which uses DRM to restrict content use. This uses a software restriction method known as DRM (digital rights management) to control what and how content can be used. The provider places their own software on the phone which restricts the use of MP3 files as ringtones to those purchased directly through them or limited to a size of 600kb. Most carriers now enforce DRM, through customized software on the phones, to restrict how certain content is used. Unless a file is digitally signed with the carriers key or within some other specification set out by the carrier, it will not be usable as a ringtone. You should contact your service provider for more information on DRM and other content restrictions they have placed on your phone. You may still have the option to use other file formats such as midi, wav, mp4, m4a, and, unrestricted AAC.
You can also have your phone flashed / debranded, to allow for custom ringtone use.

You could also use the DRM packager on Sony Ericsson's Developer site to bypass these restrictions. It may be a bit complicated, but once you get it, it's simple.

Use the following link for detailed instructions:
http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?s=1597980c0672b528e244488fbf64c984&t=1221924

The DRM packager can be found at:
http://developer.sonyericsson.com/site/global/docstools/misc/p_misc.jsp

My phone explorer can be found at:
http://www.fjsoft.at/en/

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Unblock cell phone


Using your songs as the ringtone totally depends on your mobile if there is an option you can but first thing you have to make sure that you mobile must support mp3,wma,acc etc as ringtone because the phone those dosen't support song as ringtone are mostly support midi,rff, etc ringtone

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