How To: Use Any MP3 File As A Free Ringtone

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I get a lot of requests to add ringtones to BoostApps. Unfortunately that’s not possible.  The Sprint developer tool that I use to send apps and games to user’s phones doesn’t do ringtones.  However I’ve found a relatively easy way to make very loud, high quality ringtones from any .mp3 music files that you own and send them to your Boost or Nextel iDEN phone.  Here’s how:

Prerequisites:

  1. A Boost or Nextel Motorola phone that has Bluetooth such as the i776, i465, i856, i9, i870, i880 or i885
  2. A PC or laptop that supports Bluetooth. If yours doesn’t Bluetooth USB adapters are cheap.  Here’s one on Amazon for $4.49 including shipping. These instructions are based on using Windows XP because that’s what I have.  All of this should be possible on other OSes but you will have to adapt the instructions yourself.
  3. An MP3, WAV, AIFF, OGG or FLAC music file that you would like to use as a ringtone.

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Proceedure:

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