Ringtones can be set on your device for incoming calls and for specific contacts. Your device comes with pre-loaded ring tones, however you are able to add more.
Note: Some Settings, Menus, or Icons may differ from that of your device depending on your software version and wireless service provider.
Set a Ringtone
Open Settings > Sound tab > Ringtone.
Select a ringtone and press OK. The ringtone is now set.
Add a Custom Ringtone
Open Music > Locate the song you want to set as a ring tone.
Press and hold the song
Phone ringtone will add the song to your ring tone list and sets it for all your incoming calls.
Caller ring tones adds the song to your ring tone list but allows you to set it for a specific contact.
Select from where you would like the song to start and where to end, you can press the play button to ensure its set to your liking.
Press OK to set it as a ring tone.
Editing a contact's ring tone
Select the contact you wish to edit the ring tone for.
Choose the desired ringtone (custom ring tones will be at the top of the list).
Press Ok when done.
Ring and vibrate
Open Settings > Sound tab > set Ring with vibration ON
Using a Voice recording as a ring tone
Use the File Manager app (or connect the phone to a PC) to locate the folder AudioRecorder and open it.
Tap Menu > Select Move or Copy.
Note: If you use the default app, HD Audio Recorder , the recordings will be saved to the internal storage in a folder called AudioRecorder.
Move: Moves the file form current folder to another by removing it from the original folder.
Copy: Makes a copy of the file in a set destination, while leaving the original file in its starting folder.
Locate the recording you want to move or copy as a ring tone and select it.
Tap Move or Copy on the bottom right.
Select the Ringtones folder and tap OK on the bottom right.
When you go back to the Settings > Sound tab > Ringtone Your recording is now a selectable ringtone.
Rename the voice recording file
Using the File Manager , locate the file you want to rename
Press and holding the file
Enter the desired name
Tap Save when done.
Set a Notification
Open Settings > Sound tab > Notification sounds.
Select a notification and press OK. The Notification is now set.
Editing a specific apps notification
Lets say you want to change the notification sound on the text messaging app
Open the app you wish to change the Notification sound.
Press the Menu > Settings
Tap Notification > Sounds
Choose the desired notification.
Press Ok when done.
To access Audio & Ringtones, from the standby screen, press the Left Soft Key (Menu) > Settings > Audio & Ringtones.
Sounds: Allows you to set a sound as the ringtone for your phone.
Volume: Allows you to control your Ringtone volume.
Alert Type: Supports 3 ring alert types: Ring, Ring and Vibration, and Ring after Vibration.
Sounds: Allows you to set a sound as your message tone.
Volume: Allows you to control your Message Tone volume.
Alert Type: Supports 4 message alert types: Silent, Vibrate, Ring Only, Ring & Vibrate.
Alert Interval: Allows you to set the interval alert to Once, Every 2 Min, Every 5 Min, Every 10 Min, or Every 15 Min.
Sounds: Allows you to select a set of alert tones. Supports 2 alert tone types: Alert Tone 1 and Alert Tone 2.
Volume: This menu allows you to control your Alert Tone volume.
Alert Type: You can select to turn Alert Tones to Ring or Silent.
Sounds: Allows you to select a tone that the phone sounds when a key is pressed on the dial pad. You can select an option from Beep and Voice.
Volume: Allows you to control your Keypad Tone volume.