Sony Ericsson cell phones can hold a variety of audible files, including MP3 and MID files. Users can play music, customise ringtones and even customise text alert sounds on some models. Transferring audible files to the Sony Ericsson phones may vary with the exact model, but the general process is the same. All you need is an appropriate data cable with a USB end, and access to the computer that holds the files.
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Things you need
- Data cable
Plug the data cable into the phone's data port or charger port, and plug the USB end into the USB port of your computer.
Close any "New Hardware" wizards that pop up.
Select "File Transfer" from the dialogue box that will open on your phone.
Double-click the phone icon on your computer. Select the "Sounds" file.
Open the file on your computer that holds the sounds you want to put on the phone. Highlight all the audible files and drag and drop them into the "Sounds" file folder of your phone. Wait for the transfer to complete.
Drag the phone icon to the recycling bin and disconnect the USB cable from the computer.
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