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We only save previously downloaded content for 6 days. You can access those from the Recent Downloads section on our website or the My Stuff page on our mobile site.

If it has been longer than that, you will need to search our catalog again or use the Make page (http://www.myxer.com/make/) to make your own ringtones and wallpapers.

On Myxer:

  1. Select a ringtone from our catalog or Make-Your-Own
  2. Click the ‘Get Ringtone’ button
  3. Enter your phone number and click ‘Next’
  4. Click the ‘Download from PC’ link at the bottom of the page and follow the instructions to download the file to your computer

On Your Computer (Windows):

  1. Connect Pre to your computer with the USB cable.
  2. Tap “USB Drive” option
  3. Browse to the drive with Windows Explorer (The device will be mounted as a drive named “PALM PRE”),
  4. Drag music files (mp3) to the “ringtones” folder and/or images to the “wallpapers” folder (the one without  the “.” in front)
     

On The Pre or Pixi:

  1. Tap Sounds & Ringtones
  2. Tap “RINGTONE”
  3. Tap desired ringtone to set or play button to preview
  4. Enjoy!

Don’t have internet access from your phone? Don’t worry.

Just follow these steps:

  1. Select a ringtone or wallpaper from our catalog or Make-Your-Own
  2. Click the Get Ringtone link
  3. Enter your phone number and click Next
  4. Click the Download from PC link at the bottom of the page and follow the instructions
  5. Enjoy!

Myxer can make ringtones, wallpapers, and videos from just about any common audio or image format.

Popular file formats supported include:

  • Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV, and AAC/M4A
  • Image: GIF, JPEG, and PNG
  • Video: WMV, AVI, MP4, MOV, QT, 3GP, and MPG

Some folks have been complaining that they are not receiving the ringtone and wallpaper messages on their Sprint phone (especially the new Samsung Instinct). We’re not quite sure what’s happening and we’ve seen similar complaints from users of other mobile sites. We’ll continue to investigate the problem, but in the meantime… if you don’t receive the messages we send, simply follow these steps to download the content directly to your phone (no messages necessary).

  1. Select a ringtone or wallpaper from our catalog or Make-Your-Own
  2. Click the ‘Get Ringtone’ button
  3. Enter your phone number and click ‘Next’
  4. Click the “Get It Straight from Your Phone” link at the bottom of the page and follow the instructions.
  5. Enjoy!

Good luck and drop us a note if you have any other questions.

  1. Browse to m.myxer.com from your phone’s browser
  2. Search for the content you want or sign-in and click the My Stuff link
  3. Click on the item you want to start downloading it directly to your phone.

Note: Not all phones and carriers allow you to download content from the mobile web. If you get an error message when you try to connect to the mobile website or when you try to download content, please try sideloading your content (no mobile internet required) or contact your carrier for more info.

  1. Open the message and click the link
  2. Select Save and check the Set As Ringtone box

-OR-

  1. Select Save
  2. Go to the main menu list
  3. Select Media -> Ringtones -> My Ringtones
  4. Select the song you want to set from the list of ringtones and click on Options
  5. Select Set As Ringtone

We send ringtones and wallpapers to Cricket phones as attachments in picture messages.

When you receive the picture message, open it and save the attached file to your phone. Then set the song as your ringtone or the picture as your wallpaper and Enjoy!

If you received a text message with a link in it, that means that we don’t know who your carrier is. It’s easy to fix. Just go to the Account -> Phone Details page and select your carrier and phone model, then resend the ringtone or wallpaper to your phone.


Unfortunately, ringtones on the UTStarCom GzOne Type-Z don’t currently work with our site. You can donload the song, but we can’t figure out how to set it as a ringtone. If you have figrued it out, please let us know, http://www.myxer.com/feedback/.

We’ve been having some trouble with some of the Verizon Wireless phones lately, including the A950. Some people are saying that it works better if you keep the ringtones under 10 seconds long.

Try making one of your ringtones just 10 seconds long and resending it to your phone. If that works, then try making it a little longer. Hopefully that will do the trick.