Phone Uploader

Send ringers, images, games, and screensavers to your phone with this tool. It is provided completely free of charge. Make sure you have a data plan and can access the internet; your carrier may charge you if you do not. It will probably work with your phone — give it a try.

New here? Check out the video tutorials. Have questions? Take a look at the FAQ. Experiencing problems? Run through the "Problems?" troubleshooter.

Upload Wallpapers, Ringers, Etc.

Description
The file will be named this on your phone. Keep it short.
Filename
Send To
(Optional)

Enter your SMS email address if you want a text message sent to your phone. Sprint users can enter just their phone number.
If you leave this blank, you can use the generated jump code to get the file.

Upload Games, Applications, Java Midlets

JAR File
This is the game, program, midlet, or other sort of application you want to run on your phone.
Folder
Send To
(Optional)

Enter your SMS email address if you want a text message sent to your phone. Sprint users can enter just their phone number.
If you leave this blank, you can use the generated jump code to get the file.

Common Questions

What files can I upload with this?

Here is a list of the different formats that the uploader supports. Your phone may not support the file, so some experimenation and trial & error may be necessary.

For a detailed description of the different file types, check out the File Formats page.

What phones work with this uploader?

Lots and lots. Probably yours. For a detailed list of phone manufacturers, models, and a brief list of capabilities, look in the FAQ.

Will it mess up my phone?

Probably not. Hundreds of thousands of files have been sent to phones. However, if this messes up anything on your phone, you take all responsibility.

What if my question isn't answered here?

Don't worry. I have a whole page set up to answer Frequently Asked Questions. You will likely find your answer there. I commonly get questions about my privacy policy, how much this uploader charges, and how to troubleshoot problems.

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