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You can use the ringtones stored in Settings > Sounds > Ringtones. Otherwise, you can purchase custom ringtones from the iTunes Store application. You can also try using 3rd party applications that are named ringtone makers and try to use music in your iPod application. You cannot set songs in iPod as ringtones directly.
Vimal be09 HI you doing it the wrong way sorry to tell you that. . You need to go to music player . hit the icon and then hit the menu button and you should see a menu that has a list of options. Hit the the song you want as your ring tone . It will then you it the menu icon again and you should now be able to save it as your ringtone. You need to look for set as when you hit the menu key. Hope this help.
first you can try going to your settings and selecting phone settings then go to connectivity and then select usb mode click on media player tab. then u need a usb cable plug it in to ur phone and your pc then transfer the songs from your your storage card to your media player then remove storage card and transfer songs from media player to phone they should automatically b sent to your music folder in your audio section of your my stuff folder from there you should be able to select it as a message tone. if that doesnt work you can try one more thing. you can send the vibration feature to your storage card and it should automatically associate your music with the vibrate feature then set your messag tone to vibrate 7 ring and pick a tone to go with
navigate to your music player and then transfer the music or song to a pc and from there by using a ring tone converter software you can change it as a ring tone and save it to your mobile phone and the use it.
or else you can transfer the song to your mobile and then select the song and go to the properties of the song and then set it as ringtone.
That depends on what format the phone has default tones of. If they're set for mp3 format then you can use an mp3 of any kind as a tone also the file size is key. Some phones have a limit of 300K. There are programs available online to create your own ringtones from music files. I've created over 300 tones from audio clips from movies and TV as well as many music files. You'll never have to purchase and download ringtones from your service provider.
On most phones you can connect it to your pc and transfer files. If not you can use a memory card to transfer data. Just save the file to your tones folder and then select it as your default or an individual caller's tone. Good luck
Here's how to choose your phone's tones, alerts, vibration etc:
1. On the main standby screen, press the white menu button.
2. Select "Settings".
3. Select "Personal".
4. Select "Profiles".
5. Double-click on the profile you normally use (this will usually be "General").
6. Select "Personalise".
Click on whatever you want to alter (for example "Ringing Tone" to
change the call ringtone). Note that there are different ringtones for
ordinary and video calls, and different settings for keypads and
8. When you've finished altering the settings, press the red button to go back to the main standby screen.
To switch to a different profile, tap the standby screen's date and choose the profile you want.
How to choose a ringtone from the music player
You can also select a ringtone from the 5800's music player, just go
to the track you want to use and select "Options". One of the options
will be "Use Tone", giving you the choice of using it as the ringtone
for the current profile, or as the tone for a specific person.
I had the same problem but fixed it by transferring the desired mp3 file to the phone memory instead of the memory card. Apparently some mp3 files saved on my 4G memory card, although they worked with the music player, could not be used as ringtones (Invalid file error). This may be one problem with using a 4G card on the Viewty.
You have to put the music in my stuff through media player and when you go to setting then profiles click edit on the profile of your choice and where it says ring tone flick through and the ring tone should be there with all the others.