Nokia C7: How To Copy Your Ring Tone Using Bluetooth
Using Bluetooth is one of the easiest ways to transfer ringtones from your old Nokia to your new Nokia C7. You won’t need a computer, or wires, so you can even do it on the move. Join us after the break to find out how to copy your ring tone using Bluetooth…
Transferring ringtones is an easy thing to do, as long as you know what you’re doing. To start with, make sure that Bluetooth is activated on both your old phone and your Nokia C7. Once Bluetooth is turned on, make sure both phones are set to visible, and on your old Nokia go to Paired Devices.
Click Options, and New paired device. Click on Phones, and then C7. This will then ‘pair’ your devices – letting you connect and send files between the two without having to authorise it every time. To make sure you have the right device, you’ll be shown a code on each handset – simply check it’s the same, and then click Yes.
Then go to the File Manager on your Nokia – if you haven’t added it as a shortcut then you should be able to find it under Menu, Applications, Office and File Manager. Find the music file you want to send as your ring tone – ours was stored on our memory card – and then click and hold it if your phone is a touchscreen model.
You’ll then be able to press Send, Via Bluetooth, and choose the Nokia C7 from the list of recipients. The file will then be transferred automatically. If your old Nokia isn’t a touchscreen, click Options, Mark/unmark, and then Send.
Once the file has been sent, it’ll appear under the Notifications section on your Nokia C7′s home screen. Tap it – and it’ll come up as a conversation. Tap this, and it’ll play the song. You’ll then be able to click Options, and then Set as Ringtone.
If there’s anything else you want to know, head over to our Nokia C7 Ultimate User Guide.
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