How to Send Free Ring Tones
Sending free rings tones to your phone can be done by searching online for Myxer, which is a Web site that offers free and custom ring tones and wallpapers. Get free ring tones with helpful information from a cell phone specialist in this free video on cellular phones.
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Hi, I'm Ben from The Cellphone Broker, in San Jose, California. Today, I'm going to show you how to send free ringtones to your phone. So, the first thing you're going to do is you're going to go into a search engine and type in myxer; that's myxer. Go ahead and hit enter. What pops up is myxer which says download ring tones and more. This is a great way and a great website that will allow you to send free ringtones and wallpaper to your phone. What you can do is you can either explore or make your own. Make your own would be taking a file, a music file off of your computer, and then putting it onto this website where you can then cut it down and then send it directly to your phone in a text message. They do have some available directly from this website, so if you hit explore you can then type in right here at the search bar right here, type in what you're looking for; so let's say I'm going to look for a ringtone from this band. Just hit make sure it says ringtones right here, and then hit go. And then, if I select their album cover right there it's got all of their songs that are available. Now these ones you have to pay for, so if you if you want to get free ringtones what you have to do is you have to come over here to make your own. So, what I'm going to do is right after I hit the make your own tab right here I'm just going to go right in here at this blue box; hit browse right here. I'm going to find a MP3 or any media format file on my computer. Click on it, hit open, type in my cellphone number with the area code, type in my number, and then I'm going to hit send to phone. It has to upload it to the to the website server so it does take a little bit of time. Okay, so I just received a text message on my phone from that website, so I'm just going to go into my message inbox right here, and you'll see first it'll say what the file that you sent to your phone, and then it'll say download link. You need to make sure that you have The Internet's feature supported on your phone, and just scroll down to this link. Click on it, and then it'll take you to the Internet and allow you to download that music file directly to your phone. I'm Ben from The Cellphone Broker, in San Jose. Check out our website at myspace.com/cellphonebroker.