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Blackberries seem to be just one more status symbol in the business world. Some people have cell phones and some are important enough to have blackberries, allowing the company they work for to invade their lives on a whole different level.
My dad got one last year and I remember he played with it like a little kid plays with a new toy on Christmas for about a week. Then the next thing I know he is swearing at it and telling it to shut up. Why is this you ask, well now instead of only getting his email on his computer it goes to his blackberry as well, therefore bothering him throughout the entire day with every new addition to his inbox. Blackberries are cool but I have a feeling they are a nuisance as well.
There is one thing I find funny about blackberries and that is that they have ringtones like any cell phone. I think I find this amusing because I normally associate blackberries with successful business men and women. I find blackberry ringtones to be funny because I just can’t picture some uptight investment banker with Save a Horse Ride a Cowboy or something like it ringing on his blackberry. Do people with blackberry ringtones only download conservative songs by Billy Joel or Eric Clapton? I really wonder what blackberry ringtones there are to chose from, but I admit they are a little harder to find than ringtones for conventional cell phones. However, as I have stated before, I am not overly computer savvy so for all I know you can use regular phone ringtones for your blackberry and you don’t need specific blackberry ringtones.
Maybe one day soon when I have finished law school, my firm will consider me important enough to give a blackberry to and I can be the attorney in the office whose blackberry plays Redneck Women, wouldn’t that be a hoot?
Blackberry cell phones have truly revolutionized the way people communicate with other people. It doesnâ€™t matter if you use it for work whether it be a small, medium or large enterprise, you can also use your blackberry to enhance your every day life by organizing lists, appointments, documents, and a lot more. Nonetheless, Blackberries are cell phones and a lot of people call you to it. With all its menus and functions, handling a Blackberry can be difficult, and even the simplest tasks as adding ringtones to a blackberry can turn to a nightmare. This article is going to tell you how to add ringtones to a blackberry and a little bit more of customization.
Depending on your Blackberry, 7100 or 8700 series, you can assign an ADPCM or MP3 file respectively. Adding ringtones to a blackberry as an MP3 file is definitely the best choice for better hearing. It sounds loud and you can appreciate every sound of the song. But donâ€™t worry because both series support a polyphonic MIDI file and those sound pretty loud and great. Once you know how to do it, adding ringtones to a blackberry is going to be fun and youâ€™ll be able to share as many ringtones as you can with all your friends and coworkers.
How to add a ringtone to a blackberry? Here is how you do it for an MP3 file:
First navigate to the location of your MP3 file. By default youâ€™ll find it in Media/Music/Media Card. Then locate the MP3 you want as your blackberry ringtone by scrolling to it, select it and then press Menu, followed by Set As Phone Tune. To finalize just click OK to confirm that you want to add the MP3 file as a Blackberry ringtone, and voila! Thatâ€™s all there is to adding a ringtone to a Blackberry. Your MP3 song will sound as your blackberry ringtone from now on.
You can also assign a Blackberry ringtone to different groups of people in your contact list. Adding ringtones to a blackberry for different contact groups is very helpful to distinguish what kind of call you can expect only with the sound of your blackberry ringtone.
Adding ringontes to a blackberry can be done by downloading the ringtone directly from your mobile phone using its browser. You can also add a ringtone by recording the song or sound you want using the Media Manager.
I own a Sony Ericsson w300i, and I used to have a program on my computer that would allow me to chop up my mp3 files into ringtones and download them to the phone (through usb, not internet). I lost the program, and cant remember/find what it is. Can someone help? (it also needs to be Mac OS X compatible)
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I bluetoothes some ringtones from my computer to my blackberry.On my phone it says “File Transferred” but i dont not see my ringtone in my media section in “Ringtones”,
anyone know where else i cant find my ringtones?
Please & thank you
I know how to change the ringtones for calls, but I’d like to change the tone for texts. The blackberry pearl comes with a bunch of notifiers or whatever so I would assume that there’s a way to choose which one you want as your text message notifier. I’ve looked in the manual and found nothing so far.
I have a BlackBerry 7130c. I took my SIM card out from my previous phone which has all of my ringtones, and I want to know how do i trasfer the tones from that sim card to my blackberry. I have tried all possibilities, please help!
I have several audio files that were ringtones on another phone. I Bluetooth’d them to my new LG Xenon, but it saved them as audio files, not ringtones. When i go to the ringtone menu, they’re not there. Nor do i have an option to use them as ringtones from the audio file menu.