How to put custom ringtones on your Samsung?

To put custom ringtones on your Samsung phone, you can follow these steps:

1.Connect your Samsung phone to your computer using a USB cable.

2.On your computer, open a file explorer window and navigate to the folder where you have your custom ringtones stored. Ensure that the ringtones are in a compatible format like MP3 or WAV.

3.In the file explorer window, locate your Samsung phone. It will usually appear as a removable storage device or be listed under "Devices and Drives."

4.Open the storage of your Samsung phone and look for the "Ringtones" folder. If the folder doesn't exist, you can create it.

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5.Copy and paste or drag and drop your custom ringtones from your computer into the "Ringtones" folder on your Samsung phone.

6.Safely disconnect your Samsung phone from your computer by following the appropriate steps for your operating system.

7.Now, on your Samsung phone, open the Settings app.

8.Scroll down and tap on "Sounds and Vibration."

9.Tap on "Ringtone" and then select "Add" or "Choose ringtone" depending on your phone's interface.

10.You should see your custom ringtones listed along with the pre-installed ones. Select the custom ringtone you want to use as your default ringtone.

11.Tap on "Done" or "Save" to set the custom ringtone as your default ringtone.

You can also set a custom ringtone for specific contacts by going to your Contacts app, selecting the contact, tapping on the "Edit" button, scrolling down to "Ringtone," and selecting the custom ringtone from the list
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