There are a lot of things that you can customize on your Galaxy S10 and one of them is to let you pick a non-default audio file or music file as a notification sound for texts. If you want to know how to use music file as notification for text message on Galaxy S10, this article is for you.
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How to use music file as text message notification
To begin using your music file as text message notification, follow these steps:
- First, make sure that you have the preferred audio file in the phone.
- Open Samsung folder and open My Files app.
- Navigate to the folder where the audio or music file is located.
- Find the music file.
- Tap and hold the music file.
- Select Copy at the bottom. (if you don’t want to keep a copy of this file, you can use Move instead of Copy.)
- Go back to the main menu of My Files.
- Tap Internal Storage.
- Open Notifications folder.
- At the bottom, select Copy here.
Your music file should now be ready to be used as a text message notification option. The next step should be to go under Settings menu and select the music file as the text message notification. Here’s how:
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Sounds and vibration.
- Tap Notification sounds.
- Tap the correct SIM (SIM 1 or SIM 2). This should be the SIM that you’re using to send and receive texts.
- Select your preferred music file.
- Your music file has now been set as the notification sound for your messaging app.
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