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for it you must follow r d ringtune are same format or the phone r same brand? some phone support wev, rpm, mp3 aac but some r not. so u should check the same brand or same format r it supported. thanks
First be sure the two phones are visible to each other,Next pull up the file that you wish to transfer, select options (or more), send, via bluetooth. Then your phone should give you a list of targets choose the one that you wish the file to go to and press select. The receiving phone will then as if the transfer should be accepted. Confirm this and the file will transfer....unless the file is too large, an incompatible type or has been "copy protected". Good luck.
well my friend if you want to use a mp3 as a ringtone here it's what you have to do.... buy it! no just kidding save your mp3 ringtones on to the memory card in the "my sounds" section make sure it doesn't go over 400 kb , select ringtone and send it on a mms to your self and thre you have it save it as a ringtone hope this helps you oh also you can send and recieve ringtones to via blutooth but by mms messaging
firstly LG phones are well known for having a lot of problems, including music and picture transfer. I have an Lg platinum and it took me days to find out how to transfer things on to it. When transfering music make sure it is in MP3 format otherwise it won't show up on your cell phone.
You may be able to purschase a link cable for your phone to connect it to the computer, try searching on the internet or go to lgmobile.com