How do I get the ringtones onto my mobile phone?
All of the free ringtones we provide uses the MP3 format. Practically all cell phones on the market today support MP3 ringtone. However, older models may not support MP3’s. Before you download these tones, you will need to check to see if your cell phone supports MP3 ringtones. If your mobile phone does not support MP3’s, you will need to find an application which will convert the MP3 to the format your phone supports before downloading it to your phone. If you have verified that your cellular phone will support MP3 ringtones, you will want to try out the various ring tones to select the tones you are able to hear on a regular basis under different conditions. Failing to select the proper tones will cause excessive missed calls. There are various methods to transfer ringtones to your mobile phone once you have selected 2 or 3 that you feel can be useful with your hearing ability. The key is to select a few ringtones for various situations. Your will want to select a general mode which consist of a ringtone that you can hear under all conditions (this one can be your regular ringtone since silence is not an issue). Then, You may want to select one for discreet mode where you don’t want others to identify you by your normal ring tone or one that you want to use to be courteous,(maybe something that you can use in a movie theater). The final one you want to select can be considered phantom mode where the utmost discretion is required and accidental adult attention maybe detrimental to your future phone privileges or freedom.
Internet enabled mobile phones – This is extremely simple. All you have to do is to go to Free Mosquito Ring Tones from your cell phone and download the tones into your phone. Follow the instructions in your phone manual on how to select the tone as the ringtone you want use.
Using Bluetooth Wireless Link - Bluetooth is a very popular method of transferring ringtones between your phone and your PC(or another phone). New cell phones support Bluetooth since all wireless headsets for cell phone use Bluetooth to connect to the phone. If you are using a new laptop, it should have Bluetooth built-in as well. However, if you are using an older laptop or a desktop machine, you will need a USB Bluetooth adaptor which is simple to install and fairly cheap. Once you’ve setup the Bluetooth connection between your phone and your laptop/computer, you can just download the ringtones you want onto your computer then transfer it to your mobile phone via Bluetooth connection.
Using Infra Red (IR) Wireless Link - Infra Red connection is another option for wireless data transfer though it is bit on the slow side and very few machines/phones support it these days. Infra red connection is an older technology and if you have this type of phone, you will want to make sure it supports MP3 ringtones before trying this method. To use this method, You will need to have infra-red connectivity on both your phone and your PC/laptop. Check to see if your laptop has a built-in infra red port(some older laptops have this). Almost all desktop computers will require some kind of infra-red port adaptor since very few computers come with infrared transceivers. Check the manual for your mobile phone to see if it has infra-red port (a good number of cellular phones manufactured before the migration to Bluetooth has a built in infra red port and most PDA type phones still retain this functionality although PDA phones generally use a docking station to transfer ringtones which is much simpler). You will need to follow the instructions in your manuals and your infra red software to establish a link between your cellular phone and your computer. The process is the same as the Bluetooth method once the infra red connection has been established between your phone and your computer except this time you are using infra red instead of Bluetooth to transfer the ringtones.
Using Data Cable - Some mobile phones and all PDA phones have the option of a data cable to connect to a computer via USB. PDA type mobile phones generally use a docking station solution; however, regular cell phones use an optional cable that connects to the bottom or the side of your cell phone. This method of data transfer is fairly simple if you follow your instruction manual. Once you have established the link with the supplied software, you can simply download the ring tones to your computer from Free Mosquito Ring Tones
then transfer them to your mobile phone via the cable connection.
Please check the manuals for your cell phone for the exact instructions on how to transfer ringtones since each model of mobile phones use its own method. Generally speaking, once the link is established, it becomes a very simple operation. Once the mosquito ringtone is transferred to the cellphone, use it as you would any normal ringtone or alert sound.
Human ear sensitivity decrease as the frequency of sound waves goes up. Kids in general are able to detect up to 20 KHz. Adults range between 10 KHz & 15 KHz depending on age. But, if you are one of the natural wonders of the world who is blessed with super hearing and is capable of hearing frequencies beyond that of your age group, please let us know by leaving a comment below.