Transferring ringtones from one phone to another can be done in various ways, and the technique depends largely on the type of phone and where the ringtone comes from. For example, if someone wishes to transfer a ringtone from one iPhone to another, he or she may have to take the file of the ringtone, like an MP3 or WAV file, and transfer it to the computer of the other person's phone. The individual would then have to use the iTunes interface to sync the new ringtone file to the phone.Know More
However, if someone simply wants to transfer a ringtone to a new iPhone, the file doesn't have to be sent anywhere. Someone can choose to simply upload the file, if it isn't already there, into iTunes and sync it to the new phone.
The method of transfer also depends greatly on what kind of phone is being used and the type of ringtone. Most ringtones are simply MP3 files that can be transferred to any phone in numerous ways. People that have a Bluetooth wireless receiver can receive MP3 files from someone else, and then sync the files to his or her phone. A less common yet very similar method is to use an Infrared wireless link to transfer and download ringtones from someone else.
Many smartphones have Internet access. People can send ringtones to each other over email, dropbox or some other method of exchange. Data cables also come in handy. Similar to how an iPhone plugs into a computer, the data cable comes in handy for PDAs as well. With a data cable, someone can simply plug in his or her phone, extract the ringtone file, and then transfer it to someone else's computer using one of the aforementioned techniques.Learn more about Mobile
Ringtones for Android phones can be purchased through apps such as Zedge, which offers popular songs and music for sale as downloadable ringtones. Users may also assign music purchased through Google Play or another music download service as a ringtone through the Android sound settings menu.Full Answer >
There are a number of ways to get free ringtones sent directly to a cell phone. Most cell service providers offer their customers free ringtones that can be accessed via the phone menu or the provider's website. Other third-party websites offer a variety of tones as well.Full Answer >
AT&T stopped selling ringtones and ringback tones in 2014. However, AT&T customers may still purchase ringtones from Google Play and iTunes, as of 2015. The Windows Phone also offers ringtone alternatives.Full Answer >
You can transfer music to your smartphone using a USB data cable or using Bluetooth for a wireless transfer. Alternatively, you can save the music files to a micro SD card and insert it in your phone.Full Answer >