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Ringtones for caller id

I just got this phone and although it does work well i am having trouble having different ringtones for different people in my phonebook. i have already downloaded ringtones and i don't want to waste them!

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To assign ringtones, you need to make sure the entries are stored to the phone, and not to the SIM card. To check where it's stored, go to the phone book, select the name of the person you want to personalize (ring tone, picture, etc), and click edit. In the Entry Details screen, the Store to: option probably says SIM. Change it to Store to: Phone. After you do that, there should be alot more info you can put in for the person. Near the bottom is "Ringer ID" and "Picture" which you can then customize for the person.

Hope that helps!

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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