Got the same ringtone as that annoying co-worker at the other end of the room? Just don't like the lame, old sounds that came with your sweet, new phone? No problem — we have options. Once you get the hang of it, the world is your ringtone. After getting your new Samsung Galaxy Note 9, to be different, you start to think how to make a cool ringtone for your own Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to replace the original ringtone of Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
When you decided to switch to an Android phone like Samsung Galaxy Note 9, customization was probably at the top of the list. Because many Android devotees are impressed by the ability to change up every element of how their phone works. So perhaps you want to extend that capability to ringtones. Sure, there are those sounds that come on your phone but you can also opt for music from your own sources. Here’s what you need to do if you want to turn any sound or music file into a custom ringtone for free. As long as you have the music or sound file, you can edit it to ringtone length and then save it to your phone or computer. In this guide, I’ll show you how to set an MP3 file as custom ringtone or notification sound on Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Four parts will be discussed regarding customizing ringtones, setting general ringtones, contacts ringtones and text ringtones. Let's check every part below.
To change your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 ringtones, the first thing you need to do is to turn a music file into a custom ringtone. Thus, a powerful ringtone maker like Syncios Phone Manager is needed to customize any piece of audio file including your favorite songs into Samsung Galaxy Note 9 ringtones. Follow the steps below to learn how to customize ringtones and manage your phone data like contacts, messages, music, videos, photos, apps easily with Syncios tool for free.
Step 1Download and install Syncios Mobile Manager to your computer. Then run this program and connect Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to computer. To make sure a proper connection, you need to make sure you've enabled the USB debugging mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Pay attention to phone screen and keep phone unlocked when connecting. Wait for phone analyzing and data loading.
Step 2 If you've saved music files to computer, you can skip this step. If not, follow the instructions to export music files from Note 9 to PC. On the primary interface of Syncios Manager, under My Device, you can find content bar on the left panel. Navigate to Media >Audio, then all music file on your phone will be loaded. Select songs you need and click on Export to export songs from your Note 9 to computer.
Step 3 Find Toolkit buton on the top bar, click on it. You'll find many phone tools here. Find Ringtone Maker and open it.
Step 4 Now choose a favorite song from computer then set start and end of this song. Lastly, click save & Import button to import this ringtone your note 9 device. Or you can also save the ringtone to computer for using one day.
Besides, if you've noticed, Syncios Manager could also provide more tools like audio/video converter, file system, and management to your contacts, messages, music, videos, photos, apps. More free functions are waiting for you, try it!
After making ringtones, we definitely want to appy these ringtones. If you've saved your ringtones to your phone by following the steps of part 1, next we apply the new custom ringtones for your new Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Step 1 Find Apps > Settings on your Galaxy note 9 and go to Sounds and Vibration then scroll down, find Ringtone. All the ringtones on your device will be displayed here.
Step 2 Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap the option that says Add from phone. A new pop-up menu will ask you to choose the app you want to use to complete this action. If prompts, tap the Sound Pick, then if prompts tap Allow.
Tips: If you do not see the below screen pop up, or are not taken to a screen displaying your audio files, you may need to do a settings reset. Go to Apps > Settings > Backup and reset, tap on "Reset settings", then choose RESET SETTINGS, and click on "Reset" if prompts.
Step 3 Then you can choose the ringtones you've customized and imported under Tracks. If the file does not appear under Tracks, choose Folders to locate the file. Select a song and tap on Done button to set this ringtones for your entire agenda.
Tips: The phone chooses by default the highlighted part of your audio file. If you want your ringtone to the play the entire song, uncheck the box on the left side of the highlights only option.
Wanna set a personal ringtone for a special one? You'll know who calls you when you hear the ringtone. Let's assign a personal ringtone for someone special.
Step 1 To assign a personal ringtone to a contact on your mobile device, of course we need to check all contacts firstly. Launch the Contacts app and find the desired contact, tap on it.
Step 2Tap Edit and tap on the button that says More. Using the extended menu, scroll down and tap on Ringtone. Now navigate to Add from phone and tap it.
Step 3Tap Sound Picker inside the Complete-Action-Using window. After granting storage permission to the Contacts app, select the ringtone of your choice. Then tap Done to confirm your changes and exit the menu for the changes to take effect. (Note: you need to have the specific music file downloaded onto your device. If not, you can refer to part 1 to custom and save ringtones to your device.)
After changing general ringtones and setting a personal ringtone for a special contact, We may also want to change our text notification sound after changing contacts ringtones. But the customized ringtones could not be used as text notification sound. You can only choose some sound from device.
Step 1 To change your text notification sound on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device, launch the Messages app. In the 'Conversations' primary interface, find three dots on the top right and click on Settings. Then you'll find Notifications option, tap on it.
Step 2Slide to turn on messages notification setting if you've not turned on. Generally, it should be turned on already. After turning on it, then many settings options will show up. Tap General notifications > Sound, then change your text notification sound to your desired one.