This post demonstrates the steps to add a new ringtone on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. Read on for more detailed instructions.
Songs and music files you downloaded on your smartphone or tablet like MP3, MP4 or relevant audio formats can be converted into custom ringtones.
These files can also be used and set up as a personalized ringtone for specific contacts on your device.
In this tutorial, we’ll add a new ringtone from the Galaxy Tab S6 built-in ringtone directory.
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Easy steps to Add a New Ringtone on your Galaxy Tab S6
Time Needed : 5 minutes
The following steps will help you access and manage the Tab S6 audio settings where you can set and assign a new ringtone for calls and text alerts.
And here's how to get started.
- First, navigate to the Home screen of your tablet. While at the Home screen, swipe your finger or the S pen up from the bottom-center.
Performing this gesture will launch the tablet’s Apps viewer where different app icons or shortcuts are lined up.
- To continue, tap the Settings icon.
Main settings and features of your device will be displayed on the next screen.
Each of the items lined up on the settings menu contains sub-menu items with different options and features to manage.
- To access the device's audio features and settings, tap Sounds and vibration.
Sound controls, ringtone, system sound and other relevant features will load up on the next window.
- To open the Ringtone menu, tap Ringtone.
A list of available ringtones on your device will populate the next display.
The current ringtone in use is marked with a highlighted radio button right before its title.
- To add a new ringtone, tap the Plus icon located on the upper-rightmost corner.
A new screen named Sound picker will open next.
On this screen, you will see a list of audio clips you can add and set as a new ringtone on your device.
Tapping on any of these clips will trigger it to play.
Playing of individual clips is recommended as it will help you decide on which audio file to select.
It's the same concept as viewing a preview before watching the entire show.
- You can also use the audio categories at the bottom section to narrow down the choices.
You can search audio clips by Tracks, Albums, Artists or Folders.
Simply tap on the preferred category to access and view the list of audio files or clips under it.
To proceed with this demo, let's just go and search under the default tab which is Tracks.
Just scroll down to view and play more clips then tap to mark the one that you'd like to use.
- Once you're done selecting an audio file or clip to add as ringtone, tap Done on the top rightmost corner of the display.
That should serve as a confirmation command to add the selected audio file to your device's ringtone folder.
- Android 10
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
By then, you can pick that audio file from the ringtone menu and set it as a ringtone for calls or for calls from a specific contact.
If you wish to add another ringtone, just go back to the ringtone menu then search and select the desired audio file.
Aside from the built-in audio clips, you can also add new ringtones from various third-party ringtone apps for Android like Zedge.
All you have to do is download and install the app on your tablet and then choose any from the available ringtones on that application.
Hope this helps!
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