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Thread Tools Show Printable Version. G'day, I have a new Galaxy S2 from the grandkids and love it. I would like to download the Australian National Anthem and use it as my default ringtone. I have downloaded it to my computer and can see it there, but do not know how to download it to my phone. I am one of the original troglodytes. Can you help an old fart out with step by step instructions please and thank you?
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When you play the tune press "Menu" and then choose "Use as" and select "Ringtone", this will set it as the default device ringtone. EE UK.
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G'day Rich H, Thanks for your reply and advice. But how do I make it the default ringtone?
Tap Device ringtone. Tap the desired ringtone. Tap OK.
Choose message tone - Samsung Galaxy S II
Ringtone for calls from one contact Open Contacts or People on the phone. Touch the desired contact. Scroll down and touch Ringtone. Touch a ringtone that you want for that caller. It will not apply to all callers. Back to top.
Transfer music or sounds to use Some devices require you to transfer music, sounds, or other audio files to the device in a certain way for it to be used for ringtones and notifications. To transfer these files, follow these steps: Connect the device to a computer using the USB cable. From the Home screen, slide down the Notification bar.
Verify the USB connection type is Disk drive. If not, tap it and select Disk drive.
Change Ring and Notification Tones on your Watch
On the computer when the Removable Disk window appears, click Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer. Among the list you will find your the X-Files sound file. Select it and you have got yourself a custom ringtone for your Samsung Galaxy Tab. Once you are on the home screen press the Settings icon so that you can see this pop-up window: You can use this screen in your Samsung Galaxy Tab to change your ring tone.
Currently this folder contains the legendary the X-Files track. The following screen pops up: