Steps to change the phone ringtone for calls on your BlackBerry Q10. From the home screen, swipe to and tap Settings. Tap Notifications. Tap the Active Profile drop down menu and select a profile. Tap the Ringtone drop down menu. Tap to select your preferred ringtone. You've now changed the phone ringtone.
Steps to change the notification sound for texts on your BlackBerry Q10. From the home screen, swipe to and tap Settings. Tap Notifications. Tap the Activate Profile drop down menu and select a profile.
Scroll to and tap the same Profile. Tap Customize App Notifications. Scroll to and tap Text Messages. Tap the Ringtone drop down menu. Tap your preferred notification tone.
Now you might think. Well i have the phone as a alarm clock but i wont be able to see it when i get up.
Well you can if you make/ buy a stand for it. I'm using a griffin travel case for an iphone or ipod touch but it works great holding up my blackberry. But if you don't have a stand you can always make one! Download whatsapp plus apk for android 2.3.6. There are many instructables on how to make stands. You just need one that will keep your blackberry standing up. After you find the stand you want for your blackberry you'll have a great alarm clock for your night stand!
Download Blackberry original stock ringtones in HD Mp3 format. Thanks to our members who uploaded this awesome collection of Blackberry ringtones from all around the world. You can use this as your ringtone in Android and iPhone smartphones.
Blackberry Alarm Sound Download
One measure of a true BlackBerry addict is if they sleep with their BlackBerry on their bedside table. I'm guilty of this myself, but it's mostly because I use the alarm program on my Berry.
I find it quick and easy to use, much easier than fiddling with those darn buttons on your clock radio. You know what I'm talking about? Anyways, in the first screenshot you'll see me hovering over the alarm icon. Click it to get into the program (Yes, I know BrickBreaker, Sokoban, CirclePopper and Ka-Glom are on the screen too.
Texas Hold'em King 2 is just out of view as well:P. I'll review those later.) Once in, it's super easy. Here's a breakdown of the options you can set: Daily Alarm: Turn this ON or OFF to activate or de-activate the alarm. Time: Set the time you want the alarm to go off. Snooze: Want a snooze feature? You can turn this on to 1, 5 and 10 minute options. I've never used it, but I would imagine a lot of people do.
Active on Weekends: Turn this OFF if you do not want your alarm going off on Saturday or Sunday. YES if you want it to go off on the weekend. Alert Type: Choose from Tone, Vibrate, and Vibrate+Tone. I leave mine on Tone for those early morning wake-ups!
Tune: Select the alarm 'sound' you want to use. Lots of choices here. I use the AlarmAntelope. It's a bit annoying, but not annoying enough to make me want to throw my blackberry across the bedroom. Volume: Choose from Low, Medium, High and Escalating. Find out what works best for you.
I leave mine on High. Number of Beeps: Select the number of 'rings' you want your alarm to belt out. Choose from 1, 2 or 3. I leave mine on 3. Overall I'd have to say the alarm feature is one of the most handy available on the BlackBerry (besides the staples of phone, email and messaging of course!) I use the alarm feature every day and it never fails me.
Well, sometimes I don't get out of bed right away but that's my own fault! If you haven't used it before, try it. You might like it.