If you own the new Samsung smartphone, it is a good idea that you set a song as call alert tone on Note 9. This allows you to make the phone customized and hence you know who is calling even without having a look on the caller identity on the screen. The songs can also be set as alert tones for the received messages also. The procedure for setting a song as the ringtone on Samsung Note 9 is simple and clear. We will share the steps here.
Using the Default Sounds as Alert tones for the received messages
- Access the messaging application
- Tap on the option labeled as More
- Tap on the settings icon option
- Click the notice option
- Click on Notice sound
- Select sound from the listed preview and tap OK to use the tone as the default one for the messages.
How to Use Customize the Messages Alert Tone On Samsung Note 9
Apart from using the default installed tones, it is possible that you can set a .MP3 or .WAV file and use it as the tone for the messages notice on Note 9. Here are the steps that let you complete this action.
- Save the file on your Samsung Note 9
- Lookout for the Tones Extended Application, click on the download link and have it installed on your device.
- Tap on the messaging application
- Click More
- Tap the settings
- Select notifications
- Tap the notice sound
- Check for the “Complete Action Using “ option and Tap on the tones extended application
- Tap the media ringtones
- Select the song you want to use as the ringtone
With the above steps, you will be able to easily set a song as your alert tone on the Samsung Note 9 device. In case for one reason or the other you cant adjust the settings from texting app as a result of being grayed out, this is an indication that you are using the default texting application for your device. The simple alternative in that case is to access the alert settings for the specific messaging application.