The Samsung Upstage is a 2007 phone with many music features, making it a good choice for a cell phone and MP3 player hybrid. The phone has only 70MB of internal memory, but it is expandable to up to 2GB on a microSD card, which you can also store music on. Not only can you listen to your music like the phone is an MP3 player, you can set the music to play as a ringtone for incoming calls or for messages. The process only involves a few steps, and you can customize each type of alert if you want.
Go to the the main home screen.
Press the "Menu" button below the main LCD.
Navigate to the ringer options setting that you want to change. You do this by selecting "Settings," "Sounds," "Ringer Type" and then whichever option you want to change, such as "Voice Calls" for the ringer when someone calls you or "Messages" for the alert when you receive a message. You use the "Play/Pause" button to make selections, which is located in the center of the music player options below the main LCD.
Select "Caller ID" or "No Caller ID" if you're changing the setting for phone calls. This allows you to specify what ringer to use if caller ID is available when someone phones you.
Select "My Content."
Highlight your music content that you wish to use. You should be able to hear the ringer when you highlight it.
Press the "Play/Pause" button to select that song as your ringer.
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