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this is usually what i do. i usually go to sprint.com and since i already have a profile, i can restrieve ringtones and applications with a click. otherwise you might have to go to a sprint store and they have this special machine wich connects both your phones to it and transfer alot of the info from one phone to the other. if you still have the phone with the ringtones and applications. but try to make a account on the sprint.com website
I found out the problem is unsolveable. My phone is a Sansung M320
from Sprint.and aparently it is blocked by Sprint from recieving foreign ringtones. It is a marketing gimmick that requires the user to purchase Sprint ringtones. I will keep it in mind the next time I look for a phone carrier.
you can not. you need to use a phone uploader and upload a ringtone from your computer to the uploader and either send yourself the "jump code" or send it via SMS. if you use Sprint, go here: http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/
who is your service provider? you will need to send yourself what is called a "jump code" so you can download the ringtone after you upload it off of your computer to a phone uploader, or send it to yourself via SMS from the phone uploader. if your service provider is Sprint, go here: http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/
you can only do this 2 ways. the first way being, go to myxer.com on your phones browser and download ringtones that you want. most are free. or, find a phone uploader and if the ringtones are already on your computer, upload them and send yourself a "jump code". i have sprint and this is what i use: http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/ im not sure about bell though. it might work... good luck!
If you have a sanyo 2400 and you call someone if the phone will go on speaker then the phone speaker is fine but it does not your speaker is out, if so you will need to take it to a sprint store to have the speaker replaced, If the phone does go on speaker but the ringtone doesnt work then you will need to update software or reset the phone. By reset I mean have all the info deleted off the phone, if you want you can have a Sprint Service and Repair Tech save your numbers and do this for you.
Sprint did this intentionally. It was done in order to prevent trading copy righted material, to gain more money for sprint since you will have to buy their tones and what not. Also this was done to help prevent the spread of viruses. Your highspeed cellphone is more like a macro computer than you may think and they are succeptable to viruses as well. Do I think its trash, YES I DO. We should be able to use our phones as we choose, but this is what you have and why - Viruses and money......