Getting Ringtones On Your Cell Phone

By: Victor Epand

Firstly, you are able to purchase the data cable and the software (Mobile Phone Tools) for your cell phone phone. The data cable and software can be found at any phone outlet or sometimes, even online. Once you get this, you can then create and transfer images, wallpapers, movies and mp3 ringtones to and from the cell phone.

Secondly, you can purchase the Bluetooth Dongle (USB Adapter), and then use it to transfer your images and ringtones from your PC to your phone and vice-versa. This will all be done using the bluetooth wireless technology.

Thirdly, you can go online and find some free ringtones that you like and then have them transferred to your phone directly off of the internet using WAP technology.

You can even get the ringtones texted to your phone by using MMS, or you can have them email it to your phone as well.

If you use your cell phone to access the internet, you are able to go on the web and search through tons of music and purchase music from any music store. Other than that, the only free ringtones are the one's that come equipped with the cell phone when you first receive it.

I recommend you using the easy way to get music onto your phone, which is transferring it to your phone from your computer by using the USB cable, considering that it's free of charge and it won't charge you for the song nor for text messaging

Ok the first thing that you have to do to add a Caller ID ringtone, is that you have to save the contact on the phone and not on the SIM. This option can be found in the new contact option. It is on the same list as the contacts name and number, etc. you have to change the 'store to' option to store to phone and not store to SIM.

Once this is done, you will notice that you can now enter a lot more information for that contact in particular. One of the new fields added would be Caller ID ringtone. Just select the option and choose a ringtone, then save and select done to finalize.
When I say SIM, I mean the SIM card that the network operators install in the phone. That card is used to give you your network identification and to activate the phone.

But usually the ringtones that you sent to the phone via the USB cable is automatically sent to the bottom of the ringtones list.

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