I am able to receive audio mp3 files to my phone via bluetooth from my pc but can't set the mp3 files as ringtones or alarm signals.Also, i can't play any video files on my phone.i showed it to a friend who told me those features are locked so unless i get the phone lock code i can't do any of that
Take it to a store, they can do it for you for around 20$.
Search on google for K700i unlock, you will find a few places that could help.
The phone needs a cable in order to be unlocked from what i understand.
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When you want a bluetooth device to connect to your computer's bluetooth receiver, you have to set up the 'password' (which you decide) on both your PC/laptop AND your external device (e.g. BT enabled mobile phone). Generally on the PC/laptop this will be via the drop down menus got by right clicking the BT symbol on your desktop and selecting 'properties' (or via the start menu listing for BT device etc). Then for example your mobile phone's BT menu, via its settings. Do this for each external device. Sometimes devices come with a preset passkey/pairing code which can be a default of 0000. Consult device documents. If the device has no preset then set it up to be the same as the one you set for your PC BT receiver. Test the link by sending (TX) a file to the external device & vice versa (receiving device must be set to receive FIRST)
Most modern mobile phone can use MP3 as ring tones: you will need either a cable or Bluetooth adaptor to connect the mobile phone and PC together and then 'upload' your MP3 file to your mobile phone in the appropriate directory (you can usually guess which directory by looking at other directories and files on your mobile. Once you have downloaded the MP3 (of reasonnable length) file to your mobile phone, just select your new ringtone from your alternative directory. Enjoy!
ps. you could of course the MP3 file send to you directly rather than using the traditional Bluetooth or cable connections.
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.
then you gotta save it under the Audio section (not music) and just set it as a ringtone. It must appear on your ringtone list once it has passed the conditions. If you saved it on your MiniSD card then you need to either copy it to the phone Or enable the option thru a service application. Hope this helps.
well fiiiiirst you go to your inbox and pull up the message with the song in it. and then save it in your audio. and nowww you go to menu>settings>profiles>options>edit>down>options>change>find that dern ringtone :)