How can I put bluetoothed ringtones as a Ringtone?
My sister and some friends have bluetoothed some songs to me and I received them but they are put into a file called My Documents. They however will not play as a ringtone, I can listen to them only. I have tried to copy them and transfer them to my sounds file...not the ringtone file cause that seems to do the same thing. Please Help this is annoying!
Re: How can I put bluetoothed ringtones as a Ringtone?
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.
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Hello,please do you mean putting your own kind of songs.you can collect songs via computers or through bluetooth transfer.if the songs are being transfered you can then follow the steps below to select your own ringtone. 1.visit the files or media section of your phone,you then scroll to the particular song you want to use as your ringtone then you click on option and click on set as ringtone and that will make your phone the way you want. Good luck, Take care.
first, u would have to go into the media folder of what u want to receive. for instance u want to receive a ringtone, go to media then ringtones. go under device memory and press the menu button. scroll down and u should see "receive using bluetooth". the phone that you're receiving from should already b sending the info and should connect. you can do that 4 pics, videos, ringtones, songs, etc.
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You can't change the messaging tone to a song from your music playlist, these options for choosing your own music as ringtones are restricted to an alarm tone, phone ringtone and caller ringtone (caller ringtone is when specific people calls you, a certain ringtone would appear for that caller to differentiate between callers)
However, you can change your message ringtone to certain ringtones for your Galaxy S phone by going through the following steps:
(P.S I am assuming that you are using the stock Samsung SMS application)
Go to your stock Samsung SMS app (it's named as 'Messaging')
Press the softkey 'menu' button
Go to settings, scroll down and from there you can see the option 'select ringtone'
don't know about your phone because you don't give me the name of your mobile phone
but in lot of mobiles ringtone option is in the settings & then audio settings
or simply click on the song options
there is one option use as a ringtone...
prefer your way to set downloaded as a ringtone
if your computer supports bluetooth then go to control panel and find bluetooth and do the same with your phone and press sync on both. they should find eachother just make sure it finds the driver for it. then get a program to make ringtones from songs. like mp3 to ringtone gold or some sort of program thats what i use.
I've never received ringtones via bluetooth, but I do know Samsung made it ridiculously hard to customize your ringtones on the Rant. The only way I know of to do it, other than going online on the phone and downloading ringtones there, is to use a site like Myxer to send the songs you want directly to your phone.
1. Press Menu 2. Scroll to and Select Messages 3. Scroll to and Select Create 4. Scroll to and Select SMS/EMS or MMS or MMS Templates 5. Scroll to and Select Insert 6. Scroll to and Select Sound
The ringtone download is through EMS or MMS. When you receive the EMS and MMS from another party, you can retrieve the ringtone from an EMS or MMS message. You can also send the ringtone by sending an EMS or MMS.