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Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Set a Part of a Song as a Ringtone in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Set a unique ringtone is the best way that can be taken to help you easily know that you have incoming calls since the default ringtones may have been widely used by other users. Fortunately, aside from letting you set a song or other supported sound files as a ringtone, Samsung Galaxy S5 also has the ability to automatically extract the recommended part of a song to use it as a ringtone so that you'll have a unique one. But, you have to remember that you can't manually choose which part of the song that can be used as a ringtone since it'll be chosen automatically by the device.


How to set a part of a song as a ringtone?
You can do so by using some methods. But, in this post, we'll try to set a part of a song as a ringtone by using two different methods: from the general settings menu and from the stock Music Player app.


Method #1: From the general settings menu
You can set the recommended part of a song as a ringtone from the general settings menu by using the following steps:
  1. On any screen, swipe down the top of the screen to open up the notification panel and then tap at the top right to go to the settings menu.
  2. With the settings menu is displayed in grid view, scroll down to the Sound and display section and then select Sound .
  3. Tap Ringtones.
  4. Tap Add button.
  5. Tap Sound picker and then you're free to either tap Always button or Just once button to continue.
  6. Make sure to check the box in the right side of the Auto recommendation at the bottom of the screen to enable this option and let your device extracts the highlights from the song and then use it as a ringtone.
  7. Now, select the required song. You'll get the sound preview when you tap a song so that you'll get an idea how it might sound when it's enabled.
  8. Tap Done button.
  9. The highlighted part of the selected song has been set as a ringtone.


Method #2: From the Stock Music Player App
You can set the recommended part of a song as a ringtone from the the stock Music Player app by using the following steps:
  1. Open the stock Music Player app.
  2. Tap the Tracks tab to see your song list.
  3. Long tap the required song.
  4. Tap at the top right to open up the additional options and then select Set as.
  5. Tap Auto recommendations to select this option and let your device extracts the highlights from the song and use it as a ringtone.
  6. Tap Phone ringtone to select this option and set the highlighted part of the selected song as a ringtone.
  7. Tap Done button.
  8. The highlighted part of the selected song has been set as a ringtone.

Comments

  1. Hello guys,
    Is it possible to change highlighted part of the song, I've made a mistake and dont like this highlighted part that is playing? Thanks.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Im running Samsung J7 (2016) v 6.0.1

    ReplyDelete

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