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After getting your new Samsung Galaxy S9, to be different, you start to think how to make a cool ringtone for your own Samsung Galaxy S9 to replace the original ringtone of iPhone. We need our favorite song to remind us to pick a call, but how to make it possible? In this tutorial, I'll share you my experience on how to make ringtone and apply them on Samsung Galaxy S9 for free, please follow the simple guide below.
To make it easier to understand, this article will be divided in two parts. To custom and apply ringtones on Samsung Galaxy S9, the only tool we need is Syncios Phone Manager, a free handy tool, helps you customize any piece of audio file including your favorite songs into Samsung Galaxy S9 ringtones. You can make as many as ringtones you want, totally free and quickly. Let’s see how it works. Firstly, download and install Syncios Mobile Manager from below.
Free Syncios Mobile Manager
Free Syncios Mobile Manager is an easy-to-use and powerful iOS & Android Mobile manager, which is well-designed for users who want to manage device contents on PC. It allows you to export contacts, apps, photos, music, ringtone, videos, SMS messages, eBooks and more for free.
Step 1: Launch Syncios Mobile Manager then connect Samsung Galaxy S9 to computer.
Step 2: If you need to export songs from S9 phone to computer firstly, go to My Device on the top bar > Media >Audio to export songs from your phone to computer.
Step 3: Then find Toolkit on the top bar and navigate to Ringtone Maker.
Step 4: Now choose a song from computer then set start and end of this song. Lastly, save & Import to your S9 device. Or you can also save the ringtone to PC.
Step 1: Find Settings on your Galaxy S9 and go to Sounds and Vibration then navigate to Ringtone.
Step 2: Scroll to the bottom of the list and tap the option that says Add from phone. A new pop-up menu will ask you to choose the app you want to use to complete this action. Select Sound Pick.
Step 3: Then you can find the ringtones you've customized and imported under Tracks. Tap on it and click on Done button to set this ringtones for your entire agenda. ( Tips: The phone chooses by default the highlighted part of your audio file. If you want your ringtone to the play the entire song, uncheck the box on the left side of the highlights only option. )
Step 1: Launching the Contacts app and find the contact you like, tap on it.
Step 2: Select Edit and tap on the button that says More. Using the extended menu, scroll the bottom and tap on Ringtone. Now navigate to Add from phone and tap it.
Step 3: Select Sound Picker inside the Complete-Action-Using window. Then choose the special ringtone and save the changes to take effect.