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Change the ring tone of Panasonic KX-T7730

I want to change ringtone of my phone (Panasonic KX-T7730).
please show me the way.
thanks.
Amir Mahmoudi

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    panasonic cordless phone model no.kx-tg2303cw    How do I change the ring tone?

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    How to set the intercom as main line at a panasonic kx-t7730

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    How do I change the ringtone? Also where is the menu button?

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    ring setting

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I think it can be done. Just exchange the phone for a 7633 and change out the TA for a TDA-50.

Piece of cake.

Carl

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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    Carl Navarro Aug 26, 2008

    Just because you don't like the message, you don't have to shoot the messanger. The 77xx series phones do not have ringtones. The 7600 series do.



    The wholesale difference between the phones is $12.



    The base price of a TAW-848 and a TDA-50 is the same, and the expansion of a TDA is less in digital integration. Those systems are about $200 more than a TA-824 in the initial configuration.



    So, the proper answer is, change out the phones and system. There are no :"ring tones" in a 77xx phone.



    Carl

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Hi,

You can find detailed information about your phone from the given link below.
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Check the steps below for "Does not Ring" solution.

Depending on your model system, it may or may not be possible. I included the two different methods to change the ring tone below depending on your system. Give it a try.

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Press PROGRAM
Program Press the CO Line key you wish to change
Press the same key again, enter the tone number (01 through 30)
img%20right%20hand.gif You will hear the tone associated with the tone type number. For example, if you press 02, you will hear the tone associated with tone type 22. Press each number (01-30) until you hear the tone you desire.
Press STORE
img%20right%20hand.gif The tone is now stored for that line on that phone only.
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img%20right%20hand.gif You will hear the tone associated with the tone type number. For example, if you press 2, you will hear the tone associated with tone type 2. Press each number (1-8) until you hear the tone you desire.
Press STORE
img%20right%20hand.gif The tone is now stored for that line on that phone only.



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Depending on your model system, it may or may not be possible. I included the two different methods to change the ring tone below depending on your system. Give it a try.

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Press PROGRAM
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Press the same key again, enter the tone number (01 through 30)
img%20right%20hand.gif You will hear the tone associated with the tone type number. For example, if you press 02, you will hear the tone associated with tone type 22. Press each number (01-30) until you hear the tone you desire.
Press STORE
img%20right%20hand.gif The tone is now stored for that line on that phone only.
Press PROGRAM 99 (or PAUSE 99 if you do not have a PROGRAM button
Press the CO Line key you wish to change
Press the same key again, enter the tone number (1 through 8)
img%20right%20hand.gif You will hear the tone associated with the tone type number. For example, if you press 2, you will hear the tone associated with tone type 2. Press each number (1-8) until you hear the tone you desire.
Press STORE
img%20right%20hand.gif The tone is now stored for that line on that phone only.

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