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Bluetooth My bluetooth will not beep when I receive a call from someone whose unique ringtone I downloaded . When I receive a call from someone whose ringtone came with the phone my bluetooth will beep correctly.

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I cant connect to my bb8100 via bluetooth

first, u would have to go into the media folder of what u want to receive. for instance u want to receive a ringtone, go to media then ringtones. go under device memory and press the menu button. scroll down and u should see "receive using bluetooth". the phone that you're receiving from should already b sending the info and should connect. you can do that 4 pics, videos, ringtones, songs, etc.

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Bluetooth ringtones not working on my rio they sent but wont play

There are often cases where certain phones do not support sounds received via bluetooth to be used as ringtones. That is most likely the case if you are unable to set the sound as a ringtone.

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How do i receive bluetooth ringtones on my palm

Others haev to pair their phones with yours. then only would you be able to send or receive. What you do is ask your friend to put his BT on as you do yours. Ask him to select a music file and select option send. he will get a choice and should select BT. He will get the list of BT enabled devices and your phone will be listed there. Ask him to select your name. When he does send the file to you you will get a notice asking you that so an so is sending a file to you. should you accept. Accept. And the download will start. Cheers.

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I can't get unsupported objects such as ringtones through bluetooth.

To the best of my knowledge, this happens because Boost Mobile does not want you to be able to get ringtones from anywhere but through them. If someone sends you an MP3 file in a message, that file most certainly would be supported by your phone, because the Motorola i335 supports MP3 files. However, Boost Mobile can be greedy at times. The reason they tell you that the object is unsupported is because if they would let you download the object and allow you to save it to your phone, you would be able to use it as a ringtone like you want to. If you are given the capability to use files from the internet, friends' phones, etc. as ringtones, Boost Mobile loses money, because you get the ringtone, and Boost receives no compensation for it, making it unnecessary for you to buy anything of that nature from Boost.

May 04, 2009 | Motorola Mobility I335 Cellular Phone

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I have a Samsung Rant, received ringtones via bluetooth

I've never received ringtones via bluetooth, but I do know Samsung made it ridiculously hard to customize your ringtones on the Rant. The only way I know of to do it, other than going online on the phone and downloading ringtones there, is to use a site like Myxer to send the songs you want directly to your phone.

Mar 12, 2009 | Samsung Rant Cell Phone

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i use bluetooth all the time, and i'm registered on us cellular, and they restrict everything, except sending things via bluetooth. I can only send ringtones and wallpaper, and maybe that's all you can do too; because the files are corrupt, in other words-your phone doesn't support it.

Jul 28, 2008 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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Can't send ringtones via bluetooth

No. The purpose of them locking the ringtones that are purchased is to prevent people from sending them to others. What you can do instead is visit and download ringers/pictures/etc and then transfer them to your z3 via the USB cable. Then you can transfer whatever you want to whoever you want whenever you want. :)

Jun 20, 2008 | Motorola Mobility MOTORIZR Z3 Cellular...

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Downloading a ringtone

try to transfer a sound thru your bluetooth then if that works then something is wrong with the phones' you would have to get the phone's firmware reflash.

Feb 07, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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1. Press Menu
2. Scroll to and Select Messages
3. Scroll to and Select Create
4. Scroll to and Select SMS/EMS or MMS or MMS Templates
5. Scroll to and Select Insert
6. Scroll to and Select Sound
The ringtone download is through EMS or MMS. When you receive the EMS and MMS from another party, you can retrieve the ringtone from an EMS or MMS message. You can also send the ringtone by sending an EMS or MMS.

Dec 12, 2007 | Motorola Mobility MOTOKRZR K1 Cellular...

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When a ringtone is bluetoothed to me, it shows file is corrupt

you need to do a master clear on your phone ... you would loose ur pictures and any downloaded stuff, but your wouldn't get that file corrupt error again. Somehow your software probably got a glitch.Try the master clear or the master reset in settings and hopefully as i said this would clear the problem. You can then go ahead and try to bluetooth any files your want to. Sam !

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