Don’t be fooled by these network protocols. There are several ways to get ringtones unto those phones.
Firstly; you can purchase the datacable and the software (Mobile Phone Tools) for the phone. You can get this at any phone outlet or even online. With this you can then create and transfer images, wallpapers, movies and mp3 ringtones to and from the phone.
Secondly; you can purchase the Bluetooth Dongle (USB Adapter), and then use this 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 the internet using WAP technology.
You can also even get the ringtones texted using MMS to your phone or you can even have them emailed to you.
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 contact’s 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.
These are the best options for you to choose from.
If you want the ringtone and it does exist, then what you need to do is to give me the name of it or at least direct me to a couple of movies where it is played or something like that.
Once you can give me this info and I know what to look for. I will find it and direct you to it.
you can download ringtones to your mobile phone using a data cble which you need to buy and nokia pc suite which you can download over the net in nokia website.i am not sure if your carrier provides ringtones for download for your phone.that you have to check with your provider.
The Mosquito Ring tone or as it is more commonly known as the “TEEN BUZZ” ring tone was hijacked from a technology that was originally used to repel loitering teenagers from shops in the United Kingdom. Inventor Howard Stapleton developed the “Mosquito device” for Compound Security Systems. This device emits a modulated 17khz sound that proves to be a great annoyance to teenagers or anyone younger, but leaves most over twenty years of age unaffected. It was marketed as an ultrasonic teenager repellent, an ear-splitting 17-kilohertz buzzer designed to help shopkeepers disperse young people loitering in front of their stores while leaving adults unaffected. The Teen Buzz Ringtone (also known as Mosquito Ringtone, Mosquitotone or Zumbitone) is a cell phone ring tone that is too high-pitched for most adults to hear. It is a constant high-frequency (14.4 khz) tone.