Dave Berz: i dont think mine works because it is a WAV file
Nat Funk: Tell Omar I said, "Hello."
RM Hutchins: I enjoyed your video. Thank you!
Kim Pisiao: I don't have the media folder. whyyyyyyyyyyy? :((((((((((((((
marty slayer: Found an easy way to set your own music as ringtones. (> Represents touch
on screen) 1 > settings 2 > sound 3 >Device ringtones 4 > Add (track of
your liking) 5 > OK done :)
Admiral Sisko: @Inam Ghafoor, will the custom notifications feature you've just described
work on a Samsung Galaxy 7 inch tablet for incoming e-mail's?
joseph marte: how do you download music
Harold Farnal: Thank you! I was going crazy that I cannot paste the audio file in
Kaew Gigliuto: Thanks dude.........
Richard M: awesome. you learn st new everyday
john white: dont work on tablets
Lindsey T: thank you!
C Durand: This is great but I want to use a song ringtone for a specific persons text
and calls and set it so that, if my ringer is off, it will still come thru
for them. I've been spoiled with my Blackberry. This phone doesnt seem to
do this :( Can you help?
EMU KIDDO: thanks you so much i was looking for it and did not know how to do it but
thank you very much
Lars Migz: Finally! after all the searching, thanks dude! it worked on my S duos 2 :D
jiggs422: thank you so much. now i dont need to download an apps just to change my
text notification sounds.
Janik: thanks mate
mark browne: how do you set as ringtone directly from google play? or even add the music
to folders and files? this type of thing should be easy you should just
click on the song and set as ringtone..when are samsung gonna learn!?
Irrated Viking gaming: THANK YOU SO MUCH! now when my mum texts me its says KAME... HAME...
Roed Sadi: thanks man your the crap
Violet Cassandra Ruth Desmarais: It's a lot easier than he is making it to be...what I want to know is how I
was able to shorten my loaded music to make the ringtone start in the
middle of the song.
Ádám Dénes: thanks a lot!
twizzy247: I was like choose many men. ha good taste. thanks again I downloaded an app
to add custom notifications but this is very helpful. deleting app now.
Martin Vuist: thanks
Griselda Baray: On my phone i don't have the media folder! Should i make one or what?
Please help .
Melanie Brazier: Thank you for this! This was a huge disappointment when I got my new phone
that I couldn't have my own sound for my notifications. I knew there was a
way, I just couldn't figure it out! Thanks again!
Mark Grice: Thank you, you know your way around a phone I have to say. Very
informative, keep it up. Nice one
Solomon Loggins: doesnt work
omar lee: good one
Marlon Phillips: Thanks
Mike Jones: S3 I have in the uk is totally different menu set up.
Yin Hong Yeo: Thank you so much for this video! :D
Maddy Collins: great help man simple steps and worked 1st time. very happy =)
Dzul Haikal: +Inam Ghafoor how aboaut galaxy duos ?
Mary Brown: Hi inam thank you so much for describing the how to in ways a person can
jj: Thanks bro'!! Its work ..superb !!
multipleroundz: On another note, once you created that folder in your ringtones folder,
once you plug in your phone into your computer you can find that folder a
lot easier with your mouse and plus you can click and drag your music files
onto that folder a lot easier aswell.
WILLZE: All your videos are great , I must of watched about 10 videos showing u how
to select defalt tones lol why do they think people are that dumb ?
eadie1: There is an easier way, If you have a soundbite or soundboard on your
phone, go to the soundclip then press and hold on it, an option should then
pop up "set as default notification tone" hit that and bam you're done
Kent C.: Appreciated. This is the smarter way to figure things out, let others show
you the path. I think i'll just use the terminal app over the ROM GUI to
make my adjustments, that's the magic of linux cmd line
multipleroundz: This video didn't work for me but I figured out a way. If you go to your
App section, then go to My Files, look for a folder named "Ringtones".
Create a folder, I named my notifications. Then, while in My Files, look
for your folder that has the track you want to make into a ringtone. Once
you found the file hold down on the file til you see a menu that says
"Move". Go back to your Ringtones folder, and open up the folder you just
created and in the upper right hand of the screen hit "Move Here". It
should be in your default ringtones after that, at least, it was for me.
Hope this helps.
SuperClc101: How do you set a song or notification sound for a email? Is it the same
timothyjohn3006: hi, i dont have a media folder!
Ray Ippolito: Awesome!
Hobie g: you can download the app " fun for mobile " ( works on Android phones only
) , once installed go to rintones hit FFM ringtones search for any tone you
want for example i downloaded Darth Vader breathing once downloaded you
have the option to use it as a ringtone or an alert (notification) go to
sounds and click on Darth Vader breathing or what ever tone you chose and
thyour set .
MrFizzgig2: thanks man..great job
Adriana Hernandez: how do i put all my music into the sdcard?
Kelly Awtrey: I, too, had slightly different settings but I was able to navigate it with
your instructions. Many many thanks! I had been wracking my brain on how to
do this with my S3. Keep up the good work...love your videos!
Austin Denman: thank u it work
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