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When you change the ring on your Motorola V360 from the standard ring to another of your choice, you give the phone a personal touch. Rings, or ringtones, are included with your phone. You can also download and install ringtones from a mobile content provider or your mobile service provider. The ring you select sounds anytime you receive an incoming call. You can change the ring at anytime through the Motorola V360's settings menu.
1.Press the "Menu" key on your Motorola V360 and click "Settings."
2.Click "Ring Styles" and select "Style Detail."
3.Highlight "Calls" and press the "Change" soft key.
4.Highlight the ring you want to use on your Motorola V360. When highlighted, a brief preview of the ringtone will play.
5.Press the "Select" soft key to choose the ringtone.
6.Press the "Back" key to set the ringtone on the Motorola V360
Read more: How to Change the Ring on a Motorola V360 ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_8468915_change-ring-motorola-v360.html#ixzz1XEda3gRH
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Boost Mobile does not accept ringtones from 3rd parties, whether its sent via email or mp3 attachment. U might want to try sending it through the SMS. Maybe u can save it that way. Only way I've been able to get ringtones is thru the Boost site only. No "free ringtone" websites are able to send ringtones thru a message, cuz Boost blocks this. And Ive tried them all. Until they provide us with phones with SD cards, were outta luck, sorry.
If you have the music on your computer you can send it in a message to the phone and then open the message and apply it as "use as ring tone". Or if you have an old phone that allows you to down load it to the phone directly, then you can send it from that phone in a message to the other phone, open and apply as "ring tone".