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You can download OI File manager and go to the /Ringtones folder and delete the ringtones, or you can manually plug the phone to your computer via USB and navigate to the /Ringtones folder and delete them there.
you can not. you need to use a phone uploader and upload a ringtone from your computer to the uploader and either send yourself the "jump code" or send it via SMS. if you use Sprint, go here: http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/
who is your service provider? you will need to send yourself what is called a "jump code" so you can download the ringtone after you upload it off of your computer to a phone uploader, or send it to yourself via SMS from the phone uploader. if your service provider is Sprint, go here: http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/
First, you should have a program on your computer that you are giong to use for downloading music. You may install LimeWire for PCs or FrostWire for Mac.
Those programs will allow you to search and download songs. You have to save the downloaded songs into a folder.
Now, in order for you to transfer those songs from the computer to the phone via Bluetooth, your computer should be Bluetooth enabled also.
1. Turn on the Bluetooth on your phone. 2. Pair up the phone with the computer via Bluetooth. 3. The computer will recognized the phone. 4. Select the song, right-click on it and then select Send 5. Select via Bluetooth and select your phone.
I've never received ringtones via bluetooth, but I do know Samsung made it ridiculously hard to customize your ringtones on the Rant. The only way I know of to do it, other than going online on the phone and downloading ringtones there, is to use a site like Myxer to send the songs you want directly to your phone.