All the ringtones except the 8 that came with my phone have all disapeared. I had 60-70 added ringtones and when I looked for my music to share some they were all gone!!!!!! I addded some back and they're gone too!!!! I've never had this problem before and anyone I ask just say How Bizzare. HELP
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Re: motorola razorv3xx ringtones
Did you lose any other info like your contacts or photos? Do you synch your phone up with your computer with the Motorola Phone Tools?
If you lost other information, it sounds like your phone reset itself. When this happens, typically the phone will be like new, out of the box, with no (or very little) information on it that you had added. If this is the case, there is no way to retrieve the lost songs.
I know that Cingular/AT&T allows you to download purchased files only for 24 hours after the sale. Other carriers may have longer grace periods, I'm not sure.
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If you have the music on your computer you can send it in a message to the phone and then open the message and apply it as "use as ring tone". Or if you have an old phone that allows you to down load it to the phone directly, then you can send it from that phone in a message to the other phone, open and apply as "ring tone".
You can txt yourself the sound and when you receive the txt you save it as a ringtone. If you have a computer with bluetooth capability you can send ringtones that you can make yourself through bluetooth. I use create-a-ringtones.com, make my own and transfer them to my phone. If anyone else wants the ringtone I just txt it to them. I just did about 18 ringtones for my husband and he has the motorola adventure v750.
settings-ring styles-loud detail/soft detail/vibe detail-inbox then scroll down and find a ringtone. while in "loud detail" scroll down and make sure the Ringer IDs are ON. now you can personalize every callers ringtone and message tone.
you cant use recorded files as ringtones. they dont give you the option so that you are forced to pay for them but try this website www.myxer.com you can make your own ringtones then send them to you phone via. your home computer.
You'll need a loader program. You can go to http://www.hofoufn.com and look for UFNJal. It's the only TRUE offline loader for iDEN phones. It is VERY easy to use(drag & drop which no other loader for iDEN phones has). It also has the current drivers needed to make your computer recognize your phone.
The ringtones will need to be in the right format in order for them to work. It can use MP3 ringtones. They need to be no longer than 30 seconds, and must be 32kbps, 8-bit, mono.
so what model do you have? now a days almost high end fone supported
mp3's use as ringtone..give me the history of your fone ( have u notice
some abnormalities of your fone aside from that?) have to ask you this
questions to give you good solutions for it.
what you can do is install the MPT software that came with the phone on to to pc.....then use the old motorola with blank screen and connect it to the pc via the usb cable....once the pc see the phone then located the ringtones folder and copy them to the pc then do the same process with the new phone and then copy the ringtones into the phone folder.
If this doesnt work then your phone must be possesed..
1. Go to your phone book. Choose a contact.
2. Go to options. Then Edit Contact.
3. Now scroll down all the way to Ringer ID:__ and hit select it.
4. You should see a list of songs and sounds like silent, Vibe Dot.. etc
5. Scroll down until you want the ringer for that contact.
6. Once you found the ringtone hit select it. You should now have the ringtone for that contact. NOW hit "DONE" or it will not work! If you dont hit done it will use the DEFAULT ringtone provided by the phone. Also, if you have a memory card in your KRZR k1 and all your songs are on the memory card you wont be able to use it, move them to your phone memory so you can choose it from the list. mobiles24.com also can give you free ringtones too.. check it out.