Our software works with most phones and carriers out there (both inside and outside the US). However, there are some phones that are not compatible. In the US, we support most carriers including: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Virgin Mobile, MetroPCS, and many others.

There are a few notable exceptions:

Helio, Tracfone, and Telus Mobility have disabled the ability for their users to use downloaded songs as ringtones.

Alltel: Our software works with most phones on the Alltel network except for LG phones, the Motorola E815, the Samsung R-series, and the Samsung U-series phones (including the U520 and U420). We’re not quite sure why, they just don’t seem to work.

Virgin Mobile: Virgin Mobile only allows its users to download premium (non-free) content from Myxer. Most Virgin Mobile phones work except for the LG Rumor and LG Rumor Touch.

Here is a list of a few additional phones that should work for ringtones, but don’t because the carriers have disabled the ability to use downloaded songs as ringtones:

  • Audiovox CDM-8915 (Snapper)
  • Audiovox CDM-8945
  • Kyocera KX9 (OYSTR)
  • LG UX260 (Rumor) - Bell Mobility Only
  • LG VX5200
  • LG VX8100
  • LG VX9800 (The “V”)
  • Nokia 6236I
  • Pantech PN-215
  • Samsung SCH-A850
  • Samsung SCH-A970
  • Samsung SCH-R400
  • Samsung SCH-R410
  • Samsung SPH-i325 (Ace)
  • Samsung SPH-M850 (Instinct HD)
  • Samsung Freeform II
  • Sidekick
  • UTStarcom GzOne Type Z

(Note: If you have one of the phones above you may still be able to take advantage of the many wallpapers and videos available)

As long as your phone can receive text messages and access the internet (or receive PIX messages for Verizon Wireless, Cricket, and US Cellular users chances are we’ve got it covered.

The best way to tell for sure is to give it a try (with one of the free ringtones from our catalog or Make Your Own ringtone first). Good luck and Enjoy!


2 Responses to “Is my phone supported?”

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thanks for information!!…