From everything I've heard, this isn't possible. Not sure if it's the Juke or Verizon, but you just can't. They probably want you to buy ringtones so they don't let you. I'm looking for a workaround myself, but the closest solution I've found is to either send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with an mp3 as an attachment, or apparently you can try a program called BitPim which will do it for free, but the process sounds pretty involved. If you plan to go with the program I'd do some research. Google something like "Juke BitPim" and see what comes up.
You can, I did it. i just dont remamber the website. Just do allittle reasearch on "how to put ringtones in samsung juke" just type it like that in google youll find it. I know there is a way 100% cuz I did it like 2 months ago. Too bad I have fish memories lol
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Could you tell me if there are any songs in your cell phone.If there are songs in it,you can set it.Find the songs you want to set as ringtones,then choose the option"transmit",and find the option"To the user profile".Just doing these,the setting is finished.
But if there aren't any songs in your cell phone,you may need download some.Then you can set it as the above.
And if you don't like the songs you have put them as ringtones,you can ...to get more information,you may visit our website:www.1010store.com
no you cannot the samsung juke has two memory units one 2 gig mp3 player memory and a 1 gig (i think) for ringtones and sounds and contacts and stuff like that. you cannot put a mmory card into the samsung juke
I have wondered the same thing myself and have done a lot of research for it. I don't believe it is possible b/c the music memory is seperate from the actual phone memory. Ringtones are in the phone memory and the music you sync to the phone is in the music memory. If they were one and the same you'd be able to create ringtones out of the music you sync to your phone.
Had the same problem with being able to load MP3 songs onto the phone but they would not play. Elapsed song time indicator remained at 0.00.
In Windows Media Player, select Sync Menu......then Samsung Juke........then Format. The warning states that you will lose all data. This only pertains to the songs that you cannot get to work anyway. Your stored phone #'s will still be there after the reformat.
I reformatted and reloaded the MP3's and everythings now works just fine.