Are you a user of Spotify? Do you want to download your favorite songs and playlists from Spotify and turn them into ringtones? This article can give you a best answer. Follow this post to learn how to turn Spotify music into ringtones on Samsung Galaxy Note 20/20 Ultra.
Listening to music on a streaming music app means you will get a real-time music recommendation. The best thing to listen to music online is to get the latest news about music. But in some occasions, you need to download these music for offline listening. But there is one thing you can't ignore is that you have to subscribe those streaming services to maintain the membership in order that you can keep listening various music online or offline, and this might cost a lot in a long term.
Not a premium user on Spotify? It's ok. This method guides you to save Spotify music to computer and convert them to formats you need for offline listening forever.
Step 1 What we need: Spotify, and Spotify Music Converter. Get this TuneCable Spotify Music Downloader to your computer. From now on, you can be "a lifetime premium" on Spotify. You should have Spotify installed before. Otherwise, get Spotify app from its official website now. After that, start this Spotify Music Downloader as well as your Spotify Music App on your computer.
Step 2 Navigate to the (Setting) button from the top right menu bar change the output path, qualities, formats of songs. After you are done with the conversion settings, save and close it.
Step 3 Open Spotify app, find the song you need on Spotify, then right click it. You will get an option to Copy the song link. Or right click the playlist or album cover, choose Copy the playlist link. Now go to TuneCable Spotify Music Converter.
Step 4 Click (Add) button to paste the link from Spotify to the input box.
Step 5 Or just choose a song or a album the drag and drop it to TuneCable Spotify Music Converter directly.
Step 6 After analyzing all links of Spotify songs, click Convert to start the process.
Step 7 After the conversion, go to Converted column to check all downloaded Spotify music. Open the output folder on computer and follow our next step to customize them as ringtones.
A ringtone maker is needed for customizing audio files to ringtones. It's recommended to use a comprehensive phone manager - Syncios Mobile Manager. It's designed to manage, edit, backup and restore your contacts, messages, photos, music, videos and more on iOS and Android mobile devices. More free tools are available on this tool, including video downloader, ringtone maker, video converter, audio converter, file manager and more. To customize ringtones, the free ringtone maker is helpful now.
Step 1: Get Syncios Mobile Manager to your computer, run this program on your computer. Use a USB cable to connect Samsung Galaxy Note 20 to computer. Check three notes to ensure you can connect your phone to Syncios properly.
Step 2: On the top menu bar, find Toolkit column and open it. Here you can see a Ringtone Maker. Open this tool and click on Choose, You are allowed to select a song from computer. Find the song you just downloaded from Spotify. Then make a confirmation. Play this Spotify song and set its start and end. After that, tap save & Import button to import this ringtone your Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
You can go to Device (on the top bar) > Media > Audio to check if you have saved ringtones to your phone successfully. Locate the new created ringtones by name or time
What's more, if you need to import more downloaded Spotify music, just click on Add to import music from computer to your Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
Follow this tutorial to Apply New Custom Ringtones on Samsung Galaxy Note 20
You must have marked a lot of favorite songs on Spotify. Why download them and set as your ringtones? Be special, be different. Start with a favorite ringtone. If this guide helps, don't forget to share it with your friends.