Does anyone know how to use my own wav as a message tone.
I've got it to work for ringtones by tapping and holding on the wav then selecting "use as ring tone" but there is no such option of the message tone.
The only way to add a wav of your own is by going into Start > Programs > File Explorer > click on 'my device' then the 'windows' folder cut and paste your wav file in this folder directly. This works as I've just had the same problem.
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I just thought this may help u for galaxy ace to add ringtones and notification tones..
Just create these folders to your SD Card and audio files are shown automatically to the ringtones and notifiaction tones. No application needed to add your favorite songs, tones..
Hope this will work for you
SDCARD/ MEDIA/ AUDIO/ RINGTONES
For Nofications Tones :-
SDCARD/ MEDIA/ AUDIO/ NOTIFICATIONS
You can do this one of two ways. Either you can set a universal "Notification Tone" for your phone with the desired song, or you can set a specific notification tone for your particular messaging app.
To set a universal tone (which will play when messages arrive, and for calendar events and other "notification" type events), do this: - Go to your App Drawer and tap Settings - Tap "Sound" - Tap "Notification Ringtone" and select the song you want. If the song doesn't appear in your list, download RingDroid and use it to save the tone as a Notification tone. Basically, you'll just open the sound in RingDroid, tap the menu key and then save it as a notification tone.
If you only want the sound for a particular app, like the default messaging app, you'll need to open that app, tap the menu key, access the Settings menu and look for something like "Notification settings." In the default messaging app, the option is at the bottom of the Settings screen, and you tap "Select ringtone" to choose the sound you want to play when a message arrives.
Instead of changing the ringtone settings, tap the message alert tab (in the top centre of the display). A set of message alert settings appears . You can change the Message alert type, if you want to, by tapping the panel and choosing the appropriate option. To change the Message alert tone, press the Message alert tone panel . In the menu that appears, press Change. Then choose one of the options Use effect tone (one of Samsung's pre-loaded effects) or Use my alert tone (allowing you to choose from your own sounds) . In this example, press Use my alert tone. Press the Sounds option. In a similar way as changing ringtones (above) you now have the choice of choosing from your Music files, Ringtones that are loaded onto the phone, or My voice clips . In our example, we'll again choose a file from our Music folder. Press the Music option. A list of suitable MP3 tracks appears. Tap the one you want in order to highlight it. Press Options, then tap on the Select menu option to install it as your message alert . You are now taken back to the Normal profile settings, where the Message alert tone has changed . To save this change, press Options and then Save . Alternatively, press Back and you will be asked whether you want to Save? Press Yes
to delete ringtones, open the file explorer application from progams. navigate to device\my documents\ my ringtones , select the ones you want and delete. nice and ease. set a new ringtone either in the sound and notifications section of settings, or on a file, tap and hold on the screen on a file you wish to have as a ringtone and select "set a ringtone". if you are looking for these as a message tone you need to convert the file to a .wav file and import this to the windows folder on the device then select in the sounds and notifications tab in settings.
assigning tones to contacts can only be done if your contacts are outlook contacts, not sim contacts. open and edit a contact, scroll down to ringtone, although again with these i belive the file must be a .wav file and be located in the windows directory.
On the Samsung Tocco Ultra go into Menu, Settings, Phone profiles, then tap on the little red arrows next to Normal, then tap on the down arrow at the top right hand corner, select New Message and then you can select your message alert tone
go to my document folder of ur phone then my ringtones n just copy the tone u like in it n then go to settings > sounds n notification > notifications > then u will get ur tone in the check list of all the tones n select in event > new text message alret n then just done
To change the vibrate function:Go to main menu, phone settings, phone profiles, highlight the 'normal' one & press the 'options' soft key to the left of the touch screen keypad. Pick 'edit', then the 'call alert type' will be highlighted. Press the left soft key saying 'options' & select 'change'. You can then opt for it to vibrate by highlighting the vibration one & pressing the tick on the touch screen bit. Then don't forget to save the changes! To Change the ringtone:
From the standby screen, press Menu (Figure 1).
In the main Menu, press Settings (Figure 2).
In the Settings menu, select Phone profiles and press (Figure 3).
You will be presented with a list of phone profiles for different situations and environments. The one you're currently using will be ticked. Highlight the one you want to use (in our example, Normal) and press the Edit button at the bottom of the display (Figure 4).
You are taken into the profile settings (Figure 5). At the top of the list you'll notice three tab icons - these represent (from left to right), ringtone, message alert, and keypad sounds. You can switch between settings for these by tapping one of the tabs.
You should be taken first into the ringtone settings list. Should you want to change the Call alert type (from melody to vibration then melody, for instance) tap this option and scroll through the list of options to choose the one you want.
To change the Voice call ringtone, tap this option on the screen. You will be taken into a list of phone file folders from which to choose your ringtone (Figure 6). You can tab across to view files stored on a memory card, if you have one installed.
Press the Sounds option. You now have the choice of choosing from yourMusic files, Ringtones that are loaded onto the phone, or My voice clips(clips you have recorded) (Figure 7). You can select from whichever of these folders you want - the setting procedure is the same for each. In our example, we'll choose from our Music folder to select one of our tunes as the new ringtone.
Press the Music option. A list of tracks appears (Figure 8). Tap the one you want in order to highlight it (Figure 9). Press Options, then tap on theSelect menu option to install it as your ringtone (Figure 10).
You are now taken back to the Normal profile settings, where the Voice call ringtone has changed (Figure 11). To save this change, press Options and then Save (Figure 12). Alternatively, press Back and you will be asked whether you want to Save?. Press Yes.
In the ringtone settings menu, you can also change the video call ringtone (which is lower down the menu) by following the same procedure.
Go on settings.ringtones,move mouse pointing down to get message setting and open gallery with tones some tones are ringing tones some for alert and messages. Just click on one of them and that's it.
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