I received a pix message with a ring tone attached (no pix, just ring tone). After I play it, I click "Options", then I click "Save Sound". Instead of saving it, I get a message saying, "My Media Sound Is Full". I dumped many pictures, thinking I had to free up memory space, but I still can't save it. I wanted to set it as a ring tone. This does not happen with a VX8300. Works fine on that phone. Help, please. Thanks!
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Does the phone ring when you receive an incoming call? If so, press Menu go to Control Panel (or might be the profile is shown in the menu) after control panel, Profile then Options and then Personalize, then, scroll down and again select Message Alert Tone, set the Tone for the message. Also make sure that the volume is turned up. Save the settings and try again. If this doesn't help and you don't hear any ring tone during an incoming call, let me know after checking the sound settings.
After you record a sound and save it go to message then picture message and attach it to the message. then send the message to your own number for Example if your number was 855-555-9999 you would send it to that number
After you get the message go to options and save sound as ring tone.
Boost Mobile does not accept ringtones from 3rd parties, whether its sent via email or mp3 attachment. U might want to try sending it through the SMS. Maybe u can save it that way. Only way I've been able to get ringtones is thru the Boost site only. No "free ringtone" websites are able to send ringtones thru a message, cuz Boost blocks this. And Ive tried them all. Until they provide us with phones with SD cards, were outta luck, sorry.
you cannot load ringtones through the data cable. you need to send them to your phone as an attachment from an email address. from your email address attach what ever sound file you want to use as a ringtone and send it to (your 10 digit phone # @vzwpix.com) once you receive the message you will have to press options and save file. make sure to save the file as a ring tone. some phones will only let you save certain types of files as ringtones so you'll have to experiment with that. this is true for most all vzw phones