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  1. tep 1 Record the sound onto the computer through a microphone. After the sound has been recorded, save it to the desktop. Open "iTunes" by clicking on the" iTunes" icon. Drag the sound file into "iTunes."
  2. Step 2 Right-click on the file that includes the sound. A menu will appear on the right side of the icon. Find the menu option that says "Get info," and click on it.
  3. Step 3 Click on the "Options" tab when the next window opens. After choosing the options button, an area on the window will appear in which the user can insert an amount of time that he wants the sound to play. In the box next to "Stop time," type in how long the sound should play. The sound can play for no longer than 30 seconds in order for the ringtone to work.
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  5. Step 5 Make the sound a ringtone by right-clicking the sound's icon and choosing "Convert Selection to MP3." After clicking on this, iTunes will make another version of the file that is the same amount of time as was set in Step 3.
  6. Step 6 Open an email program and attach the file to an email and send the email to yourself. The file should be sent to an account that can be accessed on your cell phone.
  7. Step 7 Use the phone's Web function to open the email that was sent. Open the file. The sound now can be used as a ringtone on the phone
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How to download music tunes, ringtones, and receive sounds for a UT Starcom 8932 cell phone


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1. Download through one of those pay for services like Jamster or through t-zones or the like.

2. Use a data connection plan to download from the "mobile net". Sites are free that let you upload your music to an address that you can go to on your mobile web and download to your phone. The phone usually knows where to download the ringtone to on its own. T-mobile's t-zones costs $5.99 a month for the mobile web.

3. Use a USB connector and the media managing software for the phone to transfer the file to your phone. The Motorola RZR uses a software called Motorola Phone Tools to do this. The Blackberry also has its own Blackberry User Tools Software. Usually, the software shows you the "folders" on the phone and one will be called "tones". You put it there and it comes up in your list of ringtones.

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To change the ringtone do the following:

1.Go to Start and select Settings

2.Select "Sounds and Notifications"

3.Go to the "Notifications" tab listed along the bottom

4.In the Event field either press the middle button or use your stylus to see the drop down menu.

5.From the menu choose whichever option you want to set the ringtone for. i.e. Phone:Known Caller or Phone: Unknown Caller

6. Once you have made your choice go to Ring Type. Here you want to access the drop down menu so you can chose how long the ringtone will sound.

7. Once you have made your choice go to Ring Tone. Access the drop down menu again to cycle through the different types of ringtones. If you have music on your phone you can also choose this as your ringtone instead of having to purchase them but first some steps have to be taken in order for the music to be seen in the drop down menu. I will put that at the bottom of this solution just in case it's needed.

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You may want to have an expansion card for this but it can be done without one. If you are not using an expansion card and would like to make all of the songs on your unit into a ringtone you may have to delete the music files after adding them to your ringtones.
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3.Select the "Manage" tab

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6.From this drop down menu select "My Device" then click on the "Music" Folder

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Good day

When you are in the Camera, about to take a photo, press the left soft button, this is your menu for shooting a picture, in there you will get the settings for brightness, flash, etc.

To add a ringtone to a Contact, go to Contacts, choose the contact that you want to add the ringtone to, select view, scroll down to the icon that looks like a bell, select it and choose your ringtone.

To add a picture go to Contacts, choose the contact that you want to add a picture to, select view, scroll down to the icon that looks like a mans head, select it and choose a picture to add.

Please be advised that you can only choose ringtones and pictures that are on the phone, not those that are on a memory card

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