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HOW DO I GET THIS PHONE TO PLAY A NORMAL RING NOT A MELODY, SOUND IS TOO SOFT WITH VOLUME UP
taxpro
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I am hoping to get a louder ring to play since the volume is up.  my old feature phone has regular ringers not melodies, don't see any options for normal ringers

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Re: HOW DO I GET THIS PHONE TO PLAY A NORMAL RING NOT A MELODY, SOUND IS TOO SOFT WITH VOLUME UP
rich215
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Unfortunately, the phone only comes with maybe 2 useful tones, and those two are only good for incoming text and voice mail notification. 

 

You will have to send new ringtones to the phone via a MMS (pics and vid) text only.  You will get charged .25 cents per this text.  I put 4 different ring tones on the phone that I simply downloaded for free from a website.  You then use your pc email to send to the phone using your phone number followed by @vzwpix.com.  (1234567890@vzwpix.com).  Then attach the ringtone files and send the email. 

 

There are a few threads on this, look in the highly informative thread fisharefriends made. There are a few others too.   

Kin TwoM: Review, FAQ, Q&A, troubleshooting, etc.

 

 

I found some ringtones were louder than others after you transfer them on to your phone.  Here are a few that worked good for me.

 

http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/

 

2 that I found to be very good are:

 

http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/822150/old-phone-ringtone/

 

http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/1246690/telephone-ringtone/

 

There are endless tones on that site....I spent hours searching....:smileyhappy:

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Re: HOW DO I GET THIS PHONE TO PLAY A NORMAL RING NOT A MELODY, SOUND IS TOO SOFT WITH VOLUME UP
rich215
Novice

Unfortunately, the phone only comes with maybe 2 useful tones, and those two are only good for incoming text and voice mail notification. 

 

You will have to send new ringtones to the phone via a MMS (pics and vid) text only.  You will get charged .25 cents per this text.  I put 4 different ring tones on the phone that I simply downloaded for free from a website.  You then use your pc email to send to the phone using your phone number followed by @vzwpix.com.  (1234567890@vzwpix.com).  Then attach the ringtone files and send the email. 

 

There are a few threads on this, look in the highly informative thread fisharefriends made. There are a few others too.   

Kin TwoM: Review, FAQ, Q&A, troubleshooting, etc.

 

 

I found some ringtones were louder than others after you transfer them on to your phone.  Here are a few that worked good for me.

 

http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/

 

2 that I found to be very good are:

 

http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/822150/old-phone-ringtone/

 

http://www.zedge.net/ringtones/1246690/telephone-ringtone/

 

There are endless tones on that site....I spent hours searching....:smileyhappy:

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