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How to Input Ringtones In Your Cell Phone's Ringtone Composer
Many cell phones have a Ringtone Composer that lets you input a new ringtone
only by typing a series of keys in order to get a melody. Here is how to use
that Ringtone Composer:
Difficulty Level: Average Time Required: 3 minutes
- Make sure that your phone has a ringtone composer, also called "melody
composer". Not all phones have a ringtone composer!
- Go to your phone's Ringtone Composer. It is usually found in "Settings" or
"Tone Settings". For exact instructions for your phone, consult your owner's
manual on the manufacturer's web site.
- Press "New Tone" or "My Melodies", then "Edit", to edit the current melody
(may not be required with some phones - just selecting "New Tone" may
automatically put you in the edit mode in your ringtone composer)
- Now, you need to get a "keypress sequence" compatible with your ringtone
composer for the melody you want, such as those found within our home-made
- Start typing the keypress sequence into your ringtone composer exactly as
shown (see comments below).
- Once done, press the "ok" or "done" key in your ringtone composer and
follow the instructions. Your ringtone composer should let you name, listen to
and save your new ringtone. Your ringtone composer may even let you adjust the
- Your new melody will be listed with your other ringtones. To use it,
associate it with a caller group or make it the default ringtone. You should
find these options under "Profiles" (for Nokia phones) or "Tone settings".
- Deleting a previously entered ringtone is usually best done by editing the
ringtone in your ringtone composer and replacing the notes with a new melody.
- The numbers shown in keypress sequences are NOT what you should see on
your phone's ringtone composer display, they are just the actual keys that you
must press in order to get the right melody. The resulting display should be
- Many users ask "how do I input the spaces?". Answer: the spaces are not
meant to input in your ringtone composer, they are just there to visually
separate notes for easier reading.
- If you see something like "(5x3)", it just means that you must type "3"
five times in your ringtone composer... do not type the parenthesis or the