|Wonderful dream! (by forestgum, Jul 24th, 2007)
This tone is also wonderful to listen.
|Funny (by nautin, Jul 10th, 2007)
Hi hi, I like the police whistle sound!
|Dreamgirls (by billyoung, Jul 10th, 2007)
It's so cool.
|It's only in dream! (by kitty, Jul 7th, 2007)
I can feel the sound. It make me realize that dreams are always wonderful.
The Fine Art of Downloading Ringtones To A Cell Phone
You may not be aware of it, but
there is a certain skill involved in downloading ringtones to a cell phone. Here
are some of the basics that you need to understand and master if you are serious
about building up a nice collection of ringtones that will be available to you
whenever you like.
One of the first things to remember is that there is no value in downloading
ringtones to a cell phone that are not compatible with your make and model of
cell phone. It should come as no surprise that there are different types of
files that work on different types of phones. After all, look at the many
different types of electronic documents that most of us work with each day. All
are not created alike. So even if you come across a ringtone that really is a
great one, don't waste time and energy saving it on the off chance that someday
you will have a phone that will accept the ringtone. There is plenty of time
later on to find compatible file types when that day comes along.
Make sure that the ringtones you pick are right for you. What is the point of
loading the first movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony if you don't care for
classical music? Go with something that is more in line with your personality,
while still remaining within the perimeters of good taste, of course. You want
your choice of cell phone downloads to say something positive about you, not be
a point of evidence that your relatives can use to have you committed.
One misconception a lot of people have is that you have to download the ringtone
directly to your phone. While you can, that is not necessarily the case. A
number of cell phones are manufactured so that you can connect them to your
computer hard drive via a USB cable and upload ringtones directly from your hard
drive. This is actually a much better system, for two reasons.
First, chances are you can save quite a few more ringtones in a folder on your
hard drive than you ever could on your cell phone. Second, the ringtones can be
archived on a CDR, if you want to keep your collection safe and free from any
type of hardware failure. After all, both computers and cell phones have been
known to stop functioning. If you really want to be a serious collector of
ringtones, then you want to keep your collection in a safe place. Download to
your hard drive, then archive on disk.
While the mechanics of downloading ringtones to a cell phone are very
simplistic, the sense of finesse behind what you choose and where you store it
make ringtone downloading an art form in and of itself. By keeping a couple of
simple ideas in mind, you can become a true artist of the ringtone download