Step 2: making the blank ringtone with internet and transferring to your phone.

go to www.cellsea.com

this is the place i go to to make my own ringtones... if you dont have an account with them, sign up, its totally free!

they have a ringtone maker on the page (online tools - ringtone maker) .

use that to upload your blank sound wav to the site (load from your pc - browse -' "wherever you put your blank wav that you made") .

name the ringtone at the top of the page and give it a category. it will give you the option to chop up your sound wav (if you were making a ringtone out of a whole song you would chop it into a smaller segment to get "just the chorus" or "just the guitar solo") , make it fade in (silent at first and gradually gets louder), make it fade out (ends by getting softer and softer until it is totally silent) , and save it in a high, medium or low quality (if you picked high quality and your phone for some reason says that the ringtone is too long, just make another one in low quality).

when you are done editing it (it shouldnt need any editing) click "create ringtone" (bottom left)
click "save it" when the next window pops up.

now you can "pc download" this will download the ringtone you made to your computer (totally unneccisary). you can "mobile web" this lets you access the ringtone from the internet on your phone. or you can "send to phone" this lets you text the ringtone to your phone.
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I have a better idea, PAY YOUR BILLS, I found it help stop those calls but also helps keep the economy from crashing, kinda like the recession we are in today :)
I downloaded a call blocking app for my BlackBerry phone and have been happy ever since. No more cold calls and fishy messages. Try it out - http://www.everycall.us/store/, it may work for you as well. I found it quite by accident when I was stalked by a debt collector. Don't get me wrong, I don't owe any money. But somehow, this debt collector has gotten a hold of my number. They kept calling and leaving the same automated voicemail. It said that they are calling about an outstanding debt from Greg, and would Greg please call back between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.? Really annoying.
jailbroken iphone + iblacklist = I just give them a busy signal when they call
I just made a couple of do not answer contacts. The phone says do not answer.<br>Works for me. Try it let me know what you think.
On my Verizon phone, you can assign "no ring" option to a contact.
its about time someone came up with that... my phone still kinda plays a sound even tho i made it silent. kinda sounds like a hissing noise.
Another great way is to just say can you please put that in a letter and send it to me ok goodbye
lol, sounds like something my mom woulda told me
Or, depending on how your service allows, you can auto-forward calls from a particular number to some other 'interesting' numbers. Works great for bill collectors, "your warranty is about to expire on your car", ex's, etc. Great numbers to forward to: 900 numbers, the police station, Chinese takeout...be creative. Just check your service to see that it doesn't credit those calls through your line, but instead to the line of the caller.
LOL, thats great! i could even have it forwarded right back to the number they called me from!
This is a really good idea. I wish I'd thought of it before I paid $15 to have my number changed. Oh well, you live and you learn.

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