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you can either got to one of those sights were they send them to you for 9.99 a month i think like ex. thumbplay.com works but when you go to the ringtone; when your on the ringtone you go to the options tab and click on set as ringtone and thats it really
i got the same phone and i usually have to record the song from off the radio youtube or where ever i hear it by using the voice memo and then send it in a pic message wit no pic jus the sound to my phone and then save the sound and set it as a ringtone
Go to the website myxer.com and you can download ringtones. the trick is to download the ringtone twice. it will save to your phone. the only drawback is that you can't hear the ringtone before you download it, but you can always try again. this is a free ringtone site.
There is probably a routing problem on your account..thats why it wouldn't let you download. Yes you can change music to ringtones. They need to be less than 20 seconds or it will recognize it as music instead of ringtones. Any audio editing software will do. I use wavepad 4 just because I already had the pro version. You can search "wavepad" on yahoo and the first one will let you download a trial. All the features are availiable and when the trial runs out...delete and download again. Just save the file as an MP3 and then transfer to your micro sd.
You must have an internet connection set up in your phone, %95 of ringtone providers send you link to an internet web to be accessed by phone for the requested ringtone, if you do not have internet access in your mobile phone, you're screwed :).