Skip to main content

Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Change Ringtone Easily

Ringtone become an important part when you have a phone. You can use it to find out who is calling you, if you previously set ringtone for specific numbers. In addition, for some people they use their own ringtone to reflect who they are. And the good news is by using the Samsung Galaxy SIII you can get a free cool ringtone which will reflected yourself in a very easy way, like anything else that also you can do easily use this great smartphone.

Image Credit: primeinspiration.com

Well, maybe some of you want to get a new ringtone when you bored with the old one. If so, then you can download your favorite ringtone easily and replacing the old ringtone with the new one.

See also: How to Download Free Ringtones on Samsung Galaxy S3


How to change ringtone?
To replace your old ringtone that has been worn and start making you bored, you can follow the easy steps below, as taken from thefullsignal.com:
  1. Go to the Settings app through Samsung Galaxy SIII Home Screen.
  2. Scroll down until you find Sound, then tap on it.
  3. Tap on Phone ringtone.
  4. Here you can find the ringtone you want to use by select it and then tap OK.
  5. Done. Now you have successfully changed your phone ringtone with the ringtone you want.

It's easy and fun, right? You can do it in no time with this phone. So, try and share your experience to us through the comment below :)

Comments

  1. How do I change my ringtone to one the I downloaded? I have the file under 'audio' but it doesn't show as an option in the ringtone list.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Lauren Gilhooly,
      Thanks for coming.
      Feel free to visit our post about how to set ringtone from music files in any folder here:http://inside-galaxy.blogspot.com/2013/04/samsung-galaxy-s3-how-to-set-ringtones.html
      Hope this helps :)

      Delete
  2. How do I change the highlighted part of the song while using auto recommendations?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Buddy,
      Thanks for coming here.
      Unfortunately you cannot manually choose which part of the song that can be used as ringtone. You can use either the whole song or highlighted part of the song as ringtone.

      Delete

Post a Comment

Hi the insiders,
Thanks for coming and I hope you can get something useful here.
Before submitting your comment to ask about an issue, please make sure to provide information as much as possible (at least write your model number and Android version) and describe the problem clearly.
Also, since all comments will be moderated, all comments with irrelevant links(if any) or contain with offensive/harsh word will be deleted.
The last, if you have a question and can't find the relevant article, please feel free to reach me through the Contact us page. I'll be more than happy to reply the email and answer the question :)

Popular posts from this blog

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Access Clipboard in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Copy and paste text is a feature that can be used in Samsung Galaxy S5. This feature will help you duplicating or moving copied text with ease from one app to another. Since all copied text will be saved to the clipboard, it makes you can not only paste a text that you have just copied, but also paste an older copied text by selecting the required one from the clipboard as long as the clipboard has not been cleared yet.


How to access the clipboard?
Generally, there are two methods that can be used to access the clipboard: 1) in an app or screen where you can enter text by long tapping in a text entry field, 2) in an app or screen where you can see the keyboard by utilizing more options in the keyboard.


Method #1: From a text entry field
If you have ever copied text or taken a screenshot then you can easily access the clipboard from a text entry field in any app or screen. But, as the example, we'll access the clipboard from a text entry field when composing a new text message in Mes…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Fix Missing Microphone Button on Samsung Keyboard

In the stock Samsung keyboard, there are some keys that have several functions, for instance a key in the left side of Space bar(it's usually displayed with a Settings/Cog wheel icon), when you long tap this key, you will see some options available, such as Keyboard settings, Smiley, Clipboard, Microphone, etc. Those hidden button sometimes make some users who want to use one of them have difficulty to find the button.

See also: How to Find Mic Button on Samsung Keyboard

But, in certain case, the Mic button is completely not available though the user have had long tapped the key in the left side of Space bar, as experienced by one of insider named Linda. She says that she can't find Mic button though she has had long tapped the key in the left side of Space bar when she want to use it to voice to text.


How to fix missing mic button on Samsung keyboard?
If you're also experiencing the same problem, you can make the Mic button available again in your keyboard by following the…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Block Unwanted or Unknown Text Messages

I believe most of phone's users have been choosing a message as one of their favourite method to communicate with others. That's why no wonder if most of smartphones available today--including with the Samsung Galaxy SIV--have provided the stock Messaging app for their users, so the user will be more easier if they want to send or receive a message in their phone without having to install the app first.

See also: How to Create and Send SMS or MMS in the Samsung Galaxy S4

Aside from sending and receiving a message, the stock Messaging app also allows you to block text messages from certain contact matches with the criteria you've specified before, block text messages contain with certain phrase as well as block text messages from unknown senders. This of course will help you to keep your inbox clean from those unwanted or unknown text messages.


How to add or remove a contact in the spam number list?
If you wish to block or unblock text message from certain contact, you can d…