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Sj20990@aolim trying to download a ringtone off of my computer through bluetooth it fails and says unsupported media i have a rock

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I cant connect to my bb8100 via bluetooth


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.

Apr 22, 2011 | Cell Phones

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Downloading


Your computer is full of potential free ringtones for your Samsung T229 (also known as Samsung SGH-t229, T-mobile t229) :
By Bluetooth:
The Samsung t229 is Bluetooth-enabled. Bluetooth is a wireless system which lets you connect your cell phone to computers, headsets, car kits, etc. If your computer is also Bluetooth-enabled, simply establish a connection between both devices and transfer your music files from your computer to your Samsung t229.
Simply record sound directly:
Since your Samsung t229 has a sound recorder (also known as "voice memo"), a very simple technique involves simply placing your phone near your computer's speakers, playing whatever music or sound you would like as a ringtone, and recording it -- you can even use your voice, your child's voice or even your cat's "meow!" Record it with your mobile and there you go! Unless that function was specifically blocked on the Samsung t229, you should be able to navigate to the ringtones section and choose your new recording as a ringtone. Of course, the quality will not be ideal but, after all, it's free!

Downloading using the phone
NOTE: MegaTones, HiFi Ringers, and Voices & Sounds are stored at Menu > Fun & Apps > Files > Sounds > Sounds. To download using the phone, perform the following steps: 1. At the main screen, select t-zones. 2. Scroll to and select Music & Sounds. 3. Scroll to and select HiFi Ringers, MegaTones, or Voices & Sounds. 4. Scroll to and select the desired category. 5. Scroll to and select the desired tone. 6. On the preview page, select ACCEPT. 7. After the tone downloads, select Play to preview the tone. 8. Select Set as. 9. Select one of the following options:
  • myFaves ringtone: To set as a myFaves® ringtone. Scroll to and select the desired myFaves contact.
  • Default ringtone: To set as the default ringtone.
  • Caller ringtone: To set as a caller ringtone. Scroll to and select the desired contact.
  • Alarm tone: To set as an alarm tone. Scroll to and select the desired alarm. Turn on the alarm and select the desired time and date.
10. Select Save.

Apr 27, 2010 | Samsung SGH-i300 Cellular Phone

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I can't get unsupported objects such as ringtones through bluetooth.


To the best of my knowledge, this happens because Boost Mobile does not want you to be able to get ringtones from anywhere but through them. If someone sends you an MP3 file in a message, that file most certainly would be supported by your phone, because the Motorola i335 supports MP3 files. However, Boost Mobile can be greedy at times. The reason they tell you that the object is unsupported is because if they would let you download the object and allow you to save it to your phone, you would be able to use it as a ringtone like you want to. If you are given the capability to use files from the internet, friends' phones, etc. as ringtones, Boost Mobile loses money, because you get the ringtone, and Boost receives no compensation for it, making it unnecessary for you to buy anything of that nature from Boost.

May 04, 2009 | Motorola Mobility I335 Cellular Phone

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I have a Samsung Rant, received ringtones via bluetooth


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.

Mar 12, 2009 | Samsung Rant Cell Phone

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Samsung F300!


You MMC file system is corrupted. Format the mmc with fat on a computer and reload the files. Then you have no problem.

May 13, 2008 | Samsung UpStage SPH-m620 Cellular Phone

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Bluetooth


What are you trying to send? Picture, video, ringtone, app?
For a ringtone, go to the Media Finder, select ringtones, then "All Ringtones" and scroll to the one you want to send. Hit "options" and scroll to the option "Send"
Select "Send" and one option should be "send Via Bluetooth"

The process should be similar for other sendable items.

Feb 02, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3x Cellular Phone

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Samsung trouble


on the bluetooth remembr to enter 0000 in code

Dec 18, 2007 | Samsung SCH-a870 Cellular Phone

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