So, all this is simple:
1) We go into the phone’s memory and in the folder DCIM
2) Create a folder there media
3) In it we create a folder audio
4) And in it we create folders alarms, notifications, ringtones
5) Now we will throw music from these calculations into these folders
-alarms - ringtones for the alarm
-notifications - SMS ringtones
-ringtones - ringtones
6) Reboot smartphone
7) Go to the melody settings for SMS and see there among the list of basic melodies and your
Change the notification sound of individual applications Andro> The latest versions of Android have a built-in ability to set different notification sounds for different applications.
The setup is very simple. Further screenshots and paths in the settings are for Samsung Galaxy Note with Android 9 Pie, but on a “clean” system all the necessary steps almost exactly match.
- Go to Settings - Notifications.
- At the bottom of the screen you will see a list of applications that send notifications. If not all applications are displayed, click on the “View All” button. Similarly, you can change the notification sounds for different applications and for different events in them, or, conversely, turn off such notifications.
I note that there are applications for which such settings are not available. Of those that I personally met - only Hangouts, i.e. there are not many of them and they, as a rule, already use their own notification sounds instead of system ones.
How to change the sounds of different notifications on Andro>
In previous versions of Android, there is no built-in function for setting different sounds for different notifications. However, this can be implemented using third-party applications.
There are several applications available on the Play Store that have the following features: Light Flow, NotifiCon, Notification Catch App. In my case (I tested it on pure Android 7 Nougat), the last application turned out to be the most simple and efficient (in Russian, root is not required, it works properly when the screen is locked).
Changing the notification sound for an application in the Notification Catch App is as follows (when you first use it, you will have to give a lot of permissions so that the application can intercept system notifications):
- Go to the item “Sound Profiles” and create your profile by clicking on the “Plus” button.
- Enter the profile name, then click on the item “Default” and select the desired notification sound from the folder or from the installed ringtones.
- Return to the previous screen, open the Applications tab, click Plus, select the application for which you want to change the notification sound and set the sound profile you created for it.
That's all: in the same way you can add sound profiles for other applications and, accordingly, change the sounds of their notifications. You can download the application from the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details? >
If for some reason this application did not work for you, I recommend trying Light Flow - it allows you to not only change the notification sounds for different applications, but also other parameters (for example, the color of the LED or its blinking speed). The only drawback is that not all the interface is translated into Russian.
Change Android notification tone by default
All Android devices will play the default notification sound if a specific application does not use a different signal. If you want to change the sound of notifications, you will need to perform these steps:
- Open your Android settings.
- Click on the Sounds and Notifications section.
- Select "Default notification sound."
- A list of different notification sounds appears. Click on an option to listen to it and then click on the “OK” icon to confirm your choice.
The name of this option may be slightly different depending on the version of Android and the phone manufacturer, or you may have to look for it elsewhere. For example, on the LG G4, which has Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you need to open the settings, then select “Sounds and notifications”, then “Ringtone”.
Change notification sounds for apps
Applications such as Facebook or Gmail have their own notification sounds, and you can easily change them. Note that the procedure may vary depending on a particular application. For an example we will take WhatsApp:
- Open the WhatsApp app.
- Click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the display.
- Click on “Settings”, then on “Notifications”.
A list of different tunes appears. Select your favorite tune and then click OK. If you don’t like the sounds available, you can also create your own variations.
Create your own Android notification sounds
Of course, you should not limit yourself to stock sound signals - you can also create and use your own! Connect your Android-smartphone to the PC, open the main folder of the internal memory and then go to the “Notifications” folder. If for some reason such a folder does not exist, you can create it. Copy your selected sound files to this folder and they will be available for selection on your phone. We add that you can also use the Zedge application, which has many free sounds for notifications.
Are you satisfied with your default notification sounds? Are you planning to create your own? Tell us about it in the comments.
When you may need to change the alert sound
You can change the sound of SMS for several reasons. This list includes:
- a classic ringtone annoys you
- music signaling an incoming message is hard to hear
- you just want to put your melody on sms.
If at least one of the reasons arises, of course, there is a need to learn how to put a melody on SMS.
Choice of standard sounds
As a rule, the phone has from ten different ringtones that you can set to SMS notification or incoming call. To select one of the appropriate, follow the steps in the following instructions:
- Go to your gadget settings.
- Select the Sound Profiles menu item.
- Indicate the profile that you use all the time (as a rule, this is the standard).
- In the window that opens, you will see sub-items where you can install music on the incoming message for each of the SIM cards (if there are two of them on the phone).
- Click on one of the items. You will be prompted to select sounds from the standard library.
- Choose your favorite ringtone.
Thus, you can quickly change the notification of incoming SMS on Android.
Set your song to notifications
If the volume of standard sounds does not suit you, you need to learn how to set your melody. To do this, you first have to perform several actions. Firstly, you should load the new ringtone into the phone’s memory and remember which folder you dropped it into. Secondly, users will have to install one of the file managers. You can download ES Explorer or Total Commander from the official Google Play app store. These are easy to manage and free file managers.
Next, you must follow the steps similar to the previous instruction. For example, screenshots were taken on a Samsung phone:
- Go to the general settings of your smartphone.
- Select the Sound Profiles menu item.
- In the window that opens, find the line "Default notification sound."
- You will be asked to select a source. Specify the file manager that you installed earlier.
- Through its interface, go to the folder where your melody is stored.
- Choose her. To listen to the sound, click on the selection of a melody for notification, and then find it in the list.
Other tunes are set in the same way. You can download almost any of your ringtones to SMS alerts.
There is no way to use the file manager
Many users are interested in how to put a melody on SMS on Android without using third-party applications. There is a way out of this situation. To do this, you need to create several folders in the file system of the smartphone. This can be done using a standard file browser. At the same time, for maximum convenience, we recommend connecting the gadget to a computer. It is necessary to create subdirectories media / audio / notifications in the DCIM directory. In the last folder (notifications) you need to drop a new sound.
After that, it will appear in standard notification ringtones. As you can see, setting the desired sound to SMS alerts is not so difficult.