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Ringtone Hi how do we change the ringtone on a v220 we have managed do to this before but for the life of us cannot remember how we did it, the phone keeps goin back to 'HELLO MOTTO' thanks Amanda

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Damn I have the exact same problem - I got given this phone and can't find out how to change the ring tone either. :( Sorry I'm no help but we're in this together hey?

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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Start by choosing the .mp3 file that you'd like to have a piece of it as your ringtone. Remember that you cannot keep the full mp3 file as your ringtone, instead you can trim a portion of it to be used as a ringtone. The maximum allowed length of the ringtone can be less than 30 seconds.

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    • 1 Turn off your wireless and Bluetooth when they are not in use. If you leave your wireless settings on, your phone is constantly looking for a wireless connection, even if one isn't readily available. This eats up battery power. Touch "Manage Connections" from your home screen and select "Off" for wireless connection. Then turn your wireless on when you know a connection is available.
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I need a user manual for a Motorola V220 for basic handset operation. eg; downloading ringtones


I have found this manual for you! But to download ring tones you may want to ask your provider how to best do that, it is provider specific.

Here is the manual:

http://asia.motorola.com/mobilephones/manual/V220_UKEN.pdf

There are many ringtones out there for that model, but check with your provider on how to best get them, it can mess your phone up if you just get one off a random website or something similar, ok?

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Tim

Oct 21, 2010 | Motorola Mobility V220

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I keep changing the battery on the motorola V220 and it dont last long before it dies or the phone kills it.


My husband had a problem with the battery on his phone running down really fast, he read somewhere if you let it go completely dead the put it in the freezer for 24 hours it will hold the charge longer. Sounds crazy I know but it worked for him.

Nov 16, 2009 | Motorola Mobility V220

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I have an e71X that has can't access the default ringtones


Hi buddy,
If u can see the memory card ringtones then u can see the .aac files too if u still cannot access them then try to access them from file manager

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Ring tones


To change ringtones, go to Settings, phone profiles, highlight the profile you are using, choose options, then edit, the screen will show the settings for incoming calls, here you can scroll down and change the call ringtones, highlight voice call ringtones, press options,choose change, this takaes you to My files folders, go to the folder you keep your tunes in and highlight the song you wish to use. press options, then select. Press options again and then save.To change text tones, you do the same, but once in the screen to show settings for incoming calls, you must scroll right to show the new message screen, then you can choose the song you wanat in the same way as for calls. remember to save tho.

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I am trying to unlock a Motorola V220.


www.unlockitnow.com, www.mobile2mobile.net or take the phone to a mobile service center and have them unlock it for a fee.

P.S. Remember unlocking is not a free service

Jun 30, 2008 | Motorola Mobility V220

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Unable to change the message alert tone


you must have the firmware on the phone reflash, so take the phone to a mobile center and have it reflash onto the phone.

Dec 27, 2007 | Motorola Mobility V220

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Motorola V220


Check the ring tones settings and the folders ,if you still are unable to find the ringtone you downloaded,contact you service provider free of charge to assist.

Jun 27, 2007 | Motorola Mobility V220

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Change ring tones


TXgrl, To change your ringtone, try the following: 1. Press Menu 2. Goto and select settings 3. Goto and select ring styles 4. Goto and select style detail From there you should be able to find the ringtone option and you would select that to see other ringtones to select from. Also, your phone does have capabilities of having individual ringtones for different callers, but the contact has to be saved to the phone and not the sim. To change the contact from sim to phone, try this: 1. Goto Menu 2. Goto and select Phonebook 3. Goto the contact you want to save to the phone and press menu 4. Goto and select edit 5. In edit, there should be a option saying, "Stored", if it's saved to the sim, it will say sim, select edit or press left/right and it will change it from sim to phone. 6. When saved to phone, some options should appear. One of them is ringer id. 7. Select edit on ringer id and that's where you'd select the ringtone to use for that contact. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Let me know how it works out. thanks. John

Jan 03, 2007 | Motorola Mobility V220

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