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In the Menu go to Profiles. Pick the one you want to choose a ringtone
for e.g. General, then Personalise, Ring Tones, and you get taken to
the Sounds folder where you can select your folder and audio file.
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Hiplz confirm that you are doing it from here and also that you are activating the same profile in which you are changing the ringtoneand plz select one of the default ringtone like one of Lg's own ringtone from phone memory profiles - general - personalise - ring tones. And then you can set the volume to max as well i hope it will fix the problem Thanks
You can download a free program called bitpim from bitpim.org. You can make your own tones, and transfer pics, videos, addressbook and more. There are some good youtube videos that will show step by step how to make the ringtones. If you do not have a manual for your phone and you would like one, you can download it here:
You can download ringtones from the at&t store from the phone. Then once it is downloaded, you can set as ringtone or playback. The info is on page 76 of the manual. Too much info to paste here. If you want more info, let me know.
* Download and listen to music with the built-in MP3 player. * Don’t settle for boring polyphonic ringtones, select an MP3 as your ringtone. (Also supports AAC, AAC+, AAC++ and WMA formats) * External MP3 button for easy access to your music. * Graphic equalizer with 6 sound effects to choose from (General, Classic, Jazz, Pop, Rock and Bass).
You should try to find a music or download some mp3 music and when playing click on set as ringtone.
If you want to get free ringtone's off the computer for you lg then go to youtube.com and type in ringtone's for lg and it will show you a variety of clips you can choose from,
when you find the one you like, follow it along. You should get your
ringtone's soon after that. Hope this helps
SOLUTION!!! (for those with a memory card but no usb cable!)
I’ve been having the same problem in trying to find a way to set my music as ringtones. Here’s what you can do:
-Make sure the file is appropriate.. 30 seconds or less, mp3 format
-When you add your music to the memory card, it shows up as a song but not as a ringtone right?
The solution is to create a different folder rather than using the
“Music” folder the phone automatically creates for you. Transfer your
music to this new folder you’ve created. The ringtones should show up
as long as it fits the requirements! :] Hope this helps!