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This is how to set it.
Don't put your mp3 ringtones in the 'ringtone' folder. Just place it into the 'music' folder. Find the song that you want as a ringtone and click on the left soft key and scroll down to 'use as' then 'ringtone'. Regards
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You can't change the messaging tone to a song from your music playlist, these options for choosing your own music as ringtones are restricted to an alarm tone, phone ringtone and caller ringtone (caller ringtone is when specific people calls you, a certain ringtone would appear for that caller to differentiate between callers)
However, you can change your message ringtone to certain ringtones for your Galaxy S phone by going through the following steps:
(P.S I am assuming that you are using the stock Samsung SMS application)
Go to your stock Samsung SMS app (it's named as 'Messaging')
Press the softkey 'menu' button
Go to settings, scroll down and from there you can see the option 'select ringtone'
here are two ways to setup a ringtone for incoming calls.
From the Home screen tap Settings > Sound
& display > Phone ringtone. Tap the
ring tone you want to use on the list, and then tap OK.
You can also use a music file as a ringtone. To set up a music
file as your ringtone, please use the micro USB cable to connect the
phone to a USB port on your computer. The Connect to PC
dialog box displays and prompts you to choose Disk drive
> Done. Your phone's SD card is mounted as a drive
on your computer. You can now copy music files to the SD card.
After you have finished copying, open the notifications panel (by
touching and then dragging the status bar down) on your device; then in
the Notifications panel, touch Charge
Then tap All programs > Music
> tap the music you want to set as a ringtone (the music will start
playing) > press Menu > Set as ringtone.
You can set the music file as a Phone ringtone or Contact ringtone or
you can select Trim the ringtone.
Well first off you need two save your ringtones to the card and then plug the sd into your computer. The sound your trying to turn into a ringtone will need to blend in, meaning you will need to make sure its the same format as the other ringtones, and place it in the same folder.
-Make sure the file is appropriate.. 30 seconds or less, mp3 format -When you add your music to the memory card, it shows up as a song but not as a ringtone right?
The solution is to create a different folder rather than using the “Music” folder the phoneautomatically creates for you. Transfer your music to this new folder you’ve created. The ringtones should show up as long as it fits the requirements Hope this helps :)
when you record a sound you can send it to yourself as a text...once you recieve just save it as a ringtone that way. or you can go to myxertones.com they have free ringtone downloads and wallpapers and you can also create your own ringtones too. Hope this was helpful :P
i've always just converted the files on my computer to .wav files then sent them as a PIX message to my phone. In the text message options on your phone there is an option to save audio as ringtone. Hope this helps. You can google MP3 to Wav converters. There are free software for this.