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  • Instructions
    How to enter a Ringtone into your Motorola v60i / v66i cellular phone...

    The v60i (and v66i) is the second generation of v60 handset from Motorola.

    In addition to java games, and a very nice, quality feel to the handset, Motorola have improved the ringtone composer, allowing you enter 'full speed' ring tones into the v60i.

    If you have the original v60c, v60g or v60t, click here for instructions for that handset (although the key sequences look similar they are very different!).

    Entering ringtones in the v60i

    1. Locate your ringtone composer

    To enter this code into your V60i / V60t phone, press the menu button and using the arrow keys scroll down and select 'Ring Styles'.

    A new menu will appear, scroll down and select 'My Tones', then scroll down and select '[New Tone]'.

    Finally, select 'Change' to enter the note editor.

    2. Enter the key press sequence

    Once you have located the composer, you need to enter the key press sequence given to you by the ringtone converter software.

    Now (in the phones composer), simply type these numbers into your keypad. The display will show something different to the keys you are pressing, but don't worry, as long as you press the keys in the sequence shown by the software (in this example 0, then 0, then 3, then 3 etc.) the tone will go into your phone and play correctly.

    3. Save the tone

    Finally, use the save option to store the tone for use. You will need to enter a name for the tone so you can recognize it later in your phone ring tone list. Once you have saved it you can play it!

    If the tone doesn't sound right, you have probably missed a key so you may wish to try entering the key sequence again, press and hold the 'c' key to clear the current notes.

    That's it - it could not be simpler, or cheaper to add a new ring tone to your Motorola v60i cell phone.




    How to enter a Ringtone into Motorola T191 and C300 Cell Phones...

    We have tried to make entry of the ring tones into the Motorola T191 and C300 mobile phones as simple as possible.

    The original T191 is a neat phone, compact and user friendly but unfortunately often overlooked. Its replacement, the C300 is slightly bigger, and changes the green screen for a vivid blue (the brightest blue we have seen!).

    To enter the tones into your handset.

    1. First, locate your ring tone composer

    For the C300: To add this ringtone to your phone press the menu button and select the 'Media Library' option. Scroll down and select 'Melody Library', then choose 'new' to open the melody editor.

    For the T191: To add this ringtone to your phone press the menu button and select the 'Audio Setting' option. Scroll down and select 'Edit Melody', then choose a position to store this new ring tone.

    Motorola C300

    Motorola T191

    Both phones: You should then be shown a musical score, if there are any musical notes in it press and hold the top left menu button the clear them ready for your new ringtone.

    2. Enter the key press sequence

    Once you have located the composer on your phone, you need to enter the key press sequence given to you by the ring tone converter software.

    Now (in the phones melody composer), simply type these numbers into your keypad.

    Numbers in brackets indicate the number of times you need to press the preceding key. As you press the key again and again musical notes will appear, then move down the screen. For example 3(4x) means press the '3' key four times, or 3(5x) means press the '3' key five times.

    Where you see 'v' press the middle scroll button down once, this will move you onto the next note.

    3. Save the tone

    Finally press the top right menu button to play the ringtone and store it on your phone if you like it!

    After you have stored the tone you can alter the speed it plays at using the 'Timebeat' option on your phone, this is in the same menu as the play option on both the T191 and C300 hansets.

    If the tone doesn't sound right, you have probably missed a key so you may wish to try entering the key sequence again.

    That's it - it could not be simpler, or cheaper to add a new ring tone to your Motorola C300 or T191 phone (as often as you like!)


    HOW TO INPUT A TUNE INTO YOUR MOTOROLA?

    When inputting the ringtone codes onto your phone you will see a number, usually 4, before the notes. This number denotes the speed of the music, 1 being the slowest and 4 obviously the fastest.

    To enable the phone to read the notes correctly a space must be left between each inputted note e.g. C2 D2 C+2.

    Each music tone can have a maximum of 35 notes and therefore somewhat limiting the phone slightly.

    To get around this and if the tones are sounding rather slow then try removing the R2 note as this is just a pause note for the music.

    To enter notes, use the keypads, A-G, R=Rest, followed by a # if the note is a sharp.

    Please note that any flat note e.g. B flat is actually inputted as an # i.e. A #.

    To change the note to a higher octave input + and for a lower one use -.

    Each note is approximately a quarter note which sounds for 1 beat. This can be changed by placing any number between 1-8 after the note to either increase or decrease the length the note sounds.

    On some phones you may need to delete the ringtone note by note.

    If you have to follow this procedure make sure that you leave the number 4 in otherwise you will have to start all over again.


    How to enter a Ringtone into your Motorola v50 Mobile Phone...

    We have tried to make entry of the ringtones into your Motorola v50 phone as simple as possible.

    The v50 allows you to enter ringtones of up to 35 notes in length. When adding ringtones to this phone, ignore what is appearing on the screen and what you can hear. As you type the key sequence as the cursor will move all over the screen and sometimes the phone will beep, other times it wont. None of this is important when you use the Ringtone Converter - as long as you press the keys in the order given to you by the software the ringtone should work perfectly!

    1. Locate your ringtone composer

    To enter this code into your V50 phone, press the menu button and scroll down and select 'Phone Setup'.

    A new menu will appear, scroll down and select 'Edit Music Tone'. The ring tone editor will now be displayed by your phone.

    2. Enter the key press sequence

    Once you have located the composer, you need to enter the key press sequence given to you by the ringtone converter software. Look for the text similar to that in the image below, highlighted in yellow.

    Now, type in the key sequence above to program the new tone into your phone.

    Press the keys in the order shown and ignore what is appearing on your phones display.

    Where you see ^ and v press the up or down 'volume' keys on the side of the phone as appropriate. Where you see * press the * key on your phone.

    3. Save the tone

    When you have finished entering the key sequence, press 'OK' to enter the options menu, and select 'Play Music' to listen to the new ringtone. If you like what you hear select 'Save Music' to save the new ringtone on your phone.

    If you find the tone plays too fast, or slow, use the tempo option in the 'options' menu to adjust the playback speed (0 being the slowest and 4 the highest).

    If the tone doesn't sound right, you have probably missed a key so you may wish to try entering the key sequence again, press the 'options' menu and select 'erase' to clear the current tone and start again.

    That's it - it could not be simpler, or cheaper to add a new ring tone to your Motorola v50 phone (as often as you like!)


    How to enter a Ringtone into your Motorola v60 / v66 / v70 / e360 mobile phone...

    We have tried to make entry of the ringtones into your Motorola phone as simple as possible.

    Please note if you have a Motorola v60i or v60t phone, this handset has a new composer. The Ringtone Converter supports all v60 / 66 / 70 series phones, including these new handsets, so please don't despair if the instructions below don't seem right for your particular handset, just download a trial copy of the software select your exact model for accurate key press instructions.

    These instructions are for the original v60 / v66 / v70 and the Motorola E360.

    For the newer v60i/v66i instructions click here.

    1. Locate your ringtone composer

    To locate the composer on the Motorola phone click the menu (top central) button and scroll down and select 'Settings'. A new menu will appear, so scroll down and select 'Ring/Vibrate', then again scroll and select 'My Tones'.

    You will now see a list of tones you have entered in the past (the list will be blank if you have not used the composer before). To store your new ringtone, scroll down to the bottom of the list and you will see '[New Tone]'. Select this. On the next screen you will see '[Notes]', select this.

    2. Enter the key press sequence

    Once you have located the composer, you need to enter the key press sequence given to you by the ringtone converter software. Look for the text similar to that in the image below, highlighted in yellow.

    Now (in the phones composer), simply type these numbers into your keypad. The display will show the text below the area highlighted in yellow - nothing like the numbers you are pressing, but don't worry, as long as you press the keys in the sequence shown by the software (in this example 1, then 1, then 2, then 0 etc.) the tone will go into your phone and play correctly.

    3. Save the tone

    Finally, use the save option to store the tone for use. You will need to enter a name for the tone so you can recognize it later in your phone ring tone list. Once you have saved it you can play it!

    If the tone doesn't sound right, you have probably missed a key so you may wish to try entering the key sequence again, press and hold the 'c' key to clear the current notes.

    That's it - it could not be simpler, or cheaper to add a new ring tone to your Motorola phone (as often as you like!)

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