Personalizing the ringtone of a contact is a very useful feature in Samsung devices. This makes it convenient for those who receives a lot of calls everyday to determine who’s calling. It also makes getting calls interesting as you have the freedom to use non-default tones. In this short tutorial, learn how to assign a ringtone to a contact on Galaxy S10.
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How to assign a ringtone to a contact on Galaxy S10
Are you wondering how to assign a ringtone to a contact on Galaxy S10? Follow the steps below to do it.
- Open Contacts app.
- Find and select the contact.
- Tap Edit.
- Tap View more at the bottom.
- Scroll down, find Ringtone and tap it.
- If you have a third party app like Zedge that manages your tones, select the ringtone you want to use.
- Set the ringtone by tapping OK.
- At the bottom, don’t forget to tap on Save to confirm the change.
Congratulations, you now have set a ringtone for your contact.
NOTE: Some contacts may not have the option to change their ringtones as this option depends on the type of contact you’re working on. In general though, all the contacts we’ve tried (Samsung account, Phone, SIM, Google, etc.) do allow us to set personalized ringtone for each of them so you should be good.
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