How to Use Music for Ringtone on BlackBerry
This tutorial tells you how to use music for a ringtone on BlackBerry Curve smartphones, but the process is pretty much the same for every other BlackBerry model, so feel free to use this guide for your other BlackBerry phones.
Once the music is already on the phone, it will be stored into your Media folder, which can be accessed from within the phone's menu. It is generally marked by an icon that features a picture, a CD and a music note. Once you have located this icon, select it to be taken inside the media folder where you will see the icons separated for your pictures, your videos, your ringtones and your music. We will be accessing the music folder.
Upon selecting that option, you will be greeted with a list of options which dictates what you want to view; these will include, Now Playing, All Songs, Artists, Albums, and Genres etc. You will select All Songs so that you have a view of all your ringtone options. Or if you know the exact song you want and the artist that sings it. You can select artist and search for that particular song in your playlist. Either way, the aim is to get to the song in your music folder that you would like to use as a ringtone. Once you have located your preferred song to become your BlackBerry ringtone highlight it by scrolling over it and select the menu button. You will be greeted with a list of options including; Set As Ringtone; select it. When you select it a pop up box will appear which will highlight the song and the folder that it is in, with Set As Ringtone at the end. There will be an OK button, select it. That song is now your BlackBerry ringtone for all your calls unless you set exceptions or special rings for some calls.