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Putting ringtones on the phone is pretty easy, they have to be mp3 format, they have to be 198 kb or lower, go to your memory card, click on the ringtone, the next screen will show all your songs, click on your ringtones, move them to phone, paste under audio (should be the first option)Then back out of the screens, go to my stuff, click on audio, your ringtones should be there, click on one of them, in the upper right hand corner you will see a square with lines in it, click on it, it will give you the option to use as - Ringtone or Ringtone ID.
Copy and paste your ring tones or music to My Documents/My Ringtones
folder. You will be able to select the music or tones at the Sounds and
Notifications setup page. To save space on your memory, you can also store it in My Storage which is the 8 or 16GB card. Create a folder called My Ringtones under My Storage. Put all your MP3 songs in My Storage/My Ringtones.
If you have version 3 software there is no way that you can use mp3 or downloaded tones as message tones, best thing you can do is upgrade your firmware to version 4. Type this on the dial screen to check your version *#8375#
the ringtone should be in mp3 format not exceeding 35 to 40 kb. after the ringtone os transfered to your phone, highlight ringtone and click options, then move. click option to save to handest memory. then click paste. this should allow you to use the mo3 file as a ringtone.
SOLUTION!!! (for those with a memory card but no usb cable!)
I’ve been having the same problem in trying to find a way to set my music as ringtones. Here’s what you can do:
-Make sure the file is appropriate.. 30 seconds or less, mp3 format
-When you add your music to the memory card, it shows up as a song but not as a ringtone right?
The solution is to create a different folder rather than using the
“Music” folder the phone automatically creates for you. Transfer your
music to this new folder you’ve created. The ringtones should show up
as long as it fits the requirements! :] Hope this helps!