Its so easy.. seriously... download bitpim for free from the website. http://www.bitpim.org then just plug your phone in, click on file system, then midis, then msgtone. BAM change it and save it.. your done that easy.....
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open 'profiles'. It will be inside ;menu' or 'settings' option. after selecting profiles, select 'personalize' and chose the new message alert tone from your gallary.... after that activate your profile.. your ringtone has been changed
You can change the text message alert tones but you have to do it by accessing the phone's file system via a data cable connected to your computer. Goto lg-vu.com and search for text alerts and you'll find detailed instructions on how to do it.
You CAN set a song as your text alert tone. Here are the steps: 1- Go to: Settings> Profiles> 2- Select your options (e.g. normal, vibrate and ring, etc....) 3- select Options> Customize (2)> 4- Highlight "Message Sound" and select Options> Customize (2), 5- Then browse to the folder your song or sound is in (e.g. audio) and select the file you want to use and save it.
I noticed that the songs have to be under 30 seconds to use as any type of alert tone for calls or texts.
I think that there is just a generic message alert tone setting applies for both vm and text. If your voicemail alert tone and message alert tones are the same, this is probably the case. I have searched the menu on my phone and haven't found any setting to change vm tone specifically.