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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.
then you gotta save it under the Audio section (not music) and just set it as a ringtone. It must appear on your ringtone list once it has passed the conditions. If you saved it on your MiniSD card then you need to either copy it to the phone Or enable the option thru a service application. Hope this helps.
Go to the website myxer.com and you can download ringtones. the trick is to download the ringtone twice. it will save to your phone. the only drawback is that you can't hear the ringtone before you download it, but you can always try again. this is a free ringtone site.
well my friend if you want to use a mp3 as a ringtone here it's what you have to do.... buy it! no just kidding save your mp3 ringtones on to the memory card in the "my sounds" section make sure it doesn't go over 400 kb , select ringtone and send it on a mms to your self and thre you have it save it as a ringtone hope this helps you oh also you can send and recieve ringtones to via blutooth but by mms messaging