Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by hey5179, Jul 6, 2011.
Does anyone know a step by step in setting up message tones....?? PLease, thank you
Wow!!! noone really doesnt know how??
Alright, you're going to need the ringtone maker made by Ringtone Inc. (Its free) open the program choose whatever Mp3 or Audio file you want to use for your SMS noise. Edit it to perfection. When your done click the save icon. When you click save a box will pop up giving you the option to rename and change the type. Change the type to notification. It will ask you if you want it as your default SMS sound. Click yes or no. That will change your email sound. Then go to your messaging app, close out of any conversations your in and go to the main messaging screen. Press the menu button. Sellect settings. Go to the bottom and select ringtone and the ringtone you made will be selectable now. Enjoy!
Ringtones have to be saved as a .ogg file. I believe ringdriod app can change a sound to that file. To change the tone just go into your messages and make sure your not into an actual message. Anyway hit your menu button, settings, scroll down to select ringtone. do this while your in messaging.
guys and gals, Im talking about a text message tone; not a ringtone. I know how to program a ringtone for each contact, thats easy. I was asking about text message tones. How can I set one up for each individual person?? My samsung mythic had a notification sound button. The infuse being advanced that it is should. Help!!!!!!!!!
I don't have my infuse handy....I know our htc devices do not allow for contact specific sms tones without the use of an app.
We use handcent messaging for that. Lots of customization available with that app.
ill try downloading that app then in the mean time. If anyone ever figuers the question out, please post it. It would surely help alot of us...
lol..it isn't possible without an app from the market like handcent. the stock software will not do it.
You so rock... you even made this blonde friendly and trust me i'll remember the name for "just in case"