How do I set a music file as a ringtone on my Samsung Galaxy smartphone?
- Tracks that you play via a streaming service cannot be set as ringtones as the terms and conditions of most streaming services are that you pay to listen to the songs and albums, not to purchase the songs themselves. You will need to have purchased the album or track and have downloaded the file directly to your device.
- Samsung phones support the following sound formats - MP3, WMA, AAC and FLAC.
- M4A files need to be converted to one of the above formats in order to be used on a Samsung phone.
Please note: Tracks that you play via a streaming service (such as Spotify) cannot be set as ringtones.
Please note: If you do not have a dual-sim device you will only see options for "SIM 1".
- If the file does not appear under the "Tracks" tab, tap "Folders", and then locate the file.
- You can search for a file by selecting a track and then tapping “Search” in the top right.
Please note: Depending on your device and operating system, your contacts will need to be saved to your mobile device, before a personal ringtone can be assigned.
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