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Ringtones can be set for the whole phone in Settings-->Sounds-->Ringtone.
You can set a ringtone for each of your contacts by editing the contact in the Phone app or the Contacts app. When you touch the "Edit" button when viewing any individual contact, you can assign a specific ringtone and vibration, and text tone and vibration, to that contact.
jus go to contacts....now select option while electing the contact....Add contact option....nw make chose ringtone option!!!!!....this is general for all mobiles...may be the commands would be changed in ur mob...i guess u ve got an idea.....cheers
lol i work at AT&T and after about 10 minutes of messing with it i finally figured it out...first you have to go to menu, settings, phone model and switch to advanced mode, then you have to make sure the contact u want to set up as a ringtone is saved to your phone and not the SIM card. go to that number options, edit, go down to default and push right on it and select the ringtone.
I had the same problem... after much fiddling with it, found out that only contacts saved on SIM card could have ringtones assigned. Don't know why... but saving all contacts to SIM & then assigning ringtones worked for me.