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Turn on your BlackBerry. Press the "Menu" key to go to the applications page, and scroll down to find the "Profiles" icon. Click the icon to enter the "Profiles" options menu.
Scroll down and click "Advanced."
Highlight the active profile and press the "Menu" key. Click "Edit."
Click "SMS Text." Change the field next to "Ring Tone" to your desired text tone. You can also change the volume and vibration option of the text message alerts from this screen. Press the "Menu" key when you are satisfied with your changes. Click "Save."
Go to the sounds icon in the upper left corner of your main Home screen (the one that looks like a speaker with sound coming out of it). Scroll down the list that appears and select Set Ring Tones/Alerts. Click Messages, then SMS Text. Select the ring tone and volume that you want for text messages, as well as any other options (like vibrate) and then exit out and save your changes.
go to my document folder of ur phone then my ringtones n just
copy the tone u like in it n then go to settings > sounds n
notification > notifications > then u will get ur tone in the
check list of all the tones n select in event > new text message
alret n then just done
you can transfer your text messages to your PC by installing a software on your PC called Jeyo Mobile Companion. download this software, install it and then connect your phone with the PC. once synchronized, you will be able to transfer all your text messages to your PC as a "Notepad" document! i hope this works for yah.. for your other question, go to start then settings, then "sounds and notifications", then go to the "notifications" tab, then in the "event" pull down menu select "messaging:new text message" and then check the "play sound" check box and then select any sound you would like. simple isn't it? ;)