How to Send a Ringtone to Your Phone

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Learn how to send a ringtone to your phone through your e-mail with these steps.

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Step 1: Download ringtone
Download a free ringtone from the internet or use a snippet of a song or audio file already saved on your computer.

Tip
Make sure the song snippet is a small file–usually it’ll need to be less than 1 megabyte.

Step 2: Establish e-mail address
Establish your cellphone’s MMS e-mail address, which is your ten digit phone number, including area code, followed by the MMS extension of your cellphone carrier.

Tip
If you’re still unsure of your MMS extension, simply send a picture message from your phone to your e-mail address. The phone’s full e-mail address will display in the header.

Step 3: Compose message
Compose a message from your e-mail account and address it to your cellphone’s MMS e-mail address.

Step 4: Attach ringtone
Browse your computer for the ringtone, which should be located in iTunes or your other audio, sound, or music files. Attach it to the e-mail and send it to your phone.

Step 5: Open text
Open the message once it reaches your phone. Select Options from your phone’s menu and opt to save the file as a ringtone or, if that choice is not available, save as an audio or sound file. You can then save it as a ringtone. Then enjoy the dulcet tones emanating from your cell.

Did You Know?
A survey found that 61 percent of mobile shoppers bought a ringtone or app in 2010.

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11 Responses to “How to Send a Ringtone to Your Phone”

  1. EliteSniperShot says:

    How are we watching …
    How are we watching this if we dont have internet access

  2. CMF1207 says:

    umm.. what lol
    umm.. what lol

  3. doggietoy says:

    My message on my …
    My message on my phone was, “The part audio/……………….” was removed from the message as not supported.” What now?

  4. TheVin7age says:

    Your stupid
    Your stupid

  5. sullivanarmdewayne says:

    does it cost
    does it cost

  6. ventusdude88 says:

    does ur phone have …
    does ur phone have to be a camera phone????plz answer

  7. Maddster16 says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!
    THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  8. francsicorockstar says:

    okk
    okk

  9. SmileyRoya says:

    @ …
    @IAmTheFinalTimelord

    Actually it was very useful.

    I have a 90% average,

    Does that make me a retard?

  10. bluegirl99ful says:

    i didnt even get a …
    i didnt even get a thing u was talking bout! howcast ran out of ideas!!!!!! do something that is popular 2day! like: something better that can help with everyday life

  11. m05110 says:

    Nooooaaaah!
    Nooooaaaah!

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