Ringtones & notifications: T-Mobile Prism II[1]

Learn how to set custom ringtones and notifications on the T-Mobile Prism II.

 

 

 

 

Notifications

 

To change the notification sounds, follow these steps:

 

  1. Transfer the sound file to the Music folder on your device.
  2. From any Home screen, tap the Menu key.
  3. Tap System settings.
  4. If necessary, tap the General tab.
  5. Tap Notification tone.
  6. Select the type of notification to change.
  7. Tap Local music.
  8. Select the desired sound file, and then tap OK.

 

 

Ringtones

 

To change the ringtone, follow these steps:

 

Ringtone for all calls

  1. Transfer the sound file to the Music folder on your device.
  2. From any Home screen, tap the Menu key.
  3. Tap System settings.
  4. If necessary tap the General tab.
  5. Tap Phone ringtone.
  6. Tap Local music.
  7. Select the desired sound file, and then tap OK.

 

Ringtone for calls from one contact

Note: You cannot assign a ringtone to contacts stored on the SIM card or Phone (device memory).

  1. Transfer the sound file to the Music folder on your device.
  2. From any Home screen, tap the People icon.
  3. Navigate to and select the contact you want to set a ringtone for.
  4. Tap the Edit icon.
  5. Scroll down to and tap Add another field.
  6. Tap Ringtone.
  7. Tap Select from music.
  8. Select the desired sound file, and then tap OK.

 

 

Transfer music or sounds to use

 

Some devices require you to transfer music, sounds, or other audio files to the device in a certain way for it to be used for ringtones and notifications. To transfer these files, follow these steps:

 

  1. Connect the device to a computer using the USB cable.
  2. From the Home screen, touch the Notification bar and slide down.
  3. Tap Touch for other USB options.
  4. Tap Media device (MTP).
  5. On a PC computer when the AutoPlay window appears, click Open device to view files using Windows Explorer.
    Note: If the window does not appear automatically, check that the USB cable is completely plugged in, or try another USB port.
  6. Click OK.
  7. In the Windows Explorer window that opens, double-click Internal system storage.
  8. Double-click the Music folder.
  9. Copy the music or sound files from your computer to the open Music folder.
  10. When finished transferring files, on the phone tap USB storage device.
  11. On the computer, click the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the system tray.
  12. Click Eject.
  13. Disconnect the device from the computer.