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How-to BlackBerry KEY2 LE: Transfer Audio Files and Set Custom Call and Notification Ringtones

Discussion in 'Other Phones' started by DustenRust, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. DustenRust

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    Transfer Audio Files from a PC:

    1. Connect the Android phone to the computer via USB
    2. Enable “File Transfer” / ‘Media device” on the phone at the prompt or from the Notification area
    3. Open the File Explorer on the computer
    4. Locate the audio files on the PC
    5. Copy and paste the desired files to the phone storage in the “Ringtones” and “Notifications” folders
    6. Once the transfer completes, eject the phone storage and safely disconnect the phone from the USB cord

    Change the General Ringtone:

    1. Open “Settings
    2. Go to “Sound & Notification
    3. Tap the desired ringtone and press “OK
    4. Optionally, turn “Also vibrate for calls” ON or OFF

    Change a Specific Contact’s Ringtone:

    NOTE: Custom ringtones can’t be set for contacts located on the SIM card or the device’s internal memory.

    1. Launch “Contacts
    2. Tap and hold the desired contact
    3. Tap “Edit” > “Menu” > “Set ringtone
    4. Select the desired ringtone and tap “OK

    Change the Notification Alert Sound:

    1. Open “Settings
    2. Access “Sound & Notification
    3. Tap “Default notification ringtone” and select the desired notification alert
    4. Tap “OK” to confirm
     



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