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Depending on your phone company you may or may not be able to do this. Go to settings, Sound Settings, Alert tones, Text Message, then choose. It may not be exactly like that, but if so then I hope I helped!!
You CAN set a song as your text alert tone. Here are the steps: 1- Go to: Settings> Profiles> 2- Select your options (e.g. normal, vibrate and ring, etc....) 3- select Options> Customize (2)> 4- Highlight "Message Sound" and select Options> Customize (2), 5- Then browse to the folder your song or sound is in (e.g. audio) and select the file you want to use and save it.
I noticed that the songs have to be under 30 seconds to use as any type of alert tone for calls or texts.
Settings / Ring Style / scroll down to Detail & press the left soft-key to CHANGE. In this menu you can adjust default ring volume, and select different sounds for calls, texts, voicemail, alarms and also adjust key volume.
If you are clever enough to make your own mp3 ringtones (they need to be tiny files to fit on this phone's tiny 500kb memory) you can even select these as your call or text alert.
you need to send the ones you have put on and send them to a different file on the phone i will have a look for the manuall for your phone when i find it i will talk you through it step by step but you need to move the files from where they are into the file you need them in hope this is some help its not the phone so dont worry about that i will find the manuall then i will post u back ok .......................................