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Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Valso » 14 November 2020, 23:00

What's your phone's ringtone? Post it here, if it's available on the internet.

Mine rings with this song:

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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Marmaduke » 15 November 2020, 12:43

Mine is ‘bulletin’ from Apple’s built-in offerings, primarily because - being older than 24 - I have grown out of a desire to audibly accost those around me every time I get a phone call.
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Magic J » 15 November 2020, 16:47

Used to be a loop of the first chords of "The Passenger", by Iggy Pop. Now it goes "ring ring", the text alert goes "ping", and the email alert goes "whoosh". :P
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Brenden » 15 November 2020, 19:35

I usually have my phone on vibrate only, but when not on silent it's iOS's Cosmic ringtone.
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby erti » 15 November 2020, 19:46

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6ik4vPJdII

Basically the default ringtone for the iphone XR
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Valso » 15 November 2020, 21:40

Well, if you're all using the default iOS ringtones, how can you tell whether it's your phone ringing or someone else's? :lol:
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Brenden » 15 November 2020, 21:43

Valso wrote:Well, if you're all using the default iOS ringtones, how can you tell whether it's your phone ringing or someone else's? :lol:

Because human hearing is directional.
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby jamesk » 16 November 2020, 22:31

Does it even matter? It's never off silent mode xD
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby Jasper1 » 18 November 2020, 22:34

Valso wrote:Well, if you're all using the default iOS ringtones, how can you tell whether it's your phone ringing or someone else's? :lol:


Figuring out who’s phone is ringing is not a problem I’m experiencing during lockdown :D
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Re: Post the ringtone of your phone

Unread postby John27 » 18 November 2020, 22:51

I only have a cheap phone. It uses whatever it came with. But most of the time, I keep in on silent almost all the time.

I don't know why, but at one time I sort of fantasized about a ring tone that duplicates what I assume was standard for the UK in the 1990s, which I heard on Keeping Up Appearances.
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