Anytime message is being send to your phone, you’ll always receive an alert which will be in form of audio signal and vibration, and the text messaging app is built-in to your Samsung Galaxy S9. You can as well personalize the notification and change Galaxy S9 text message ringtone.
In this section, you will be given all the necessary information on how to simply select text message ringtone on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Remember that the guidelines we are going to explain below can only function properly on the default app on your smartphone. The same procedure does not apply to other texting app.
Steps to set ringtone for new message on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus
If you do not find the default message ringtone that came with your phone, you still have the chance to select the ringtone of your choice from the numerous ones present on your smartphone. All the tones are present on your device, all you have to do is to scan through them and choose the one you love. All the sounds have all been pre-installed from the factory from which this phone was made.
You can choose some other sounds present on the audio file of your device as text message ringtone, but for now, we are only going to pay more attention to the pre-installed ones.
- Open the Text messages app
- Click on the “more” tag present on the top right corner of the screen
- A menu list will pop-up, then choose settings from the list
- Select notifications
- Click notification sound
- The list of the sounds under the pre-installed sound files will be displayed in this new window.
- You can then test each sound by tapping on them.
- Once you’ve seen the preferred ringtone for text message notification, then click okay to confirm and exit the menus.
It should be noted that the guidelines highlighted above are well simplified and easy to comprehend, however, it is very important to bring to your notice some very vital questions that several others have asked.
Have you ever experienced a situation whereby notification section can’t be found under the message settings? This basically implies that your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus will have to make use of some other messaging app which you can install directly from the play store as default app. You have to set the Samsung messaging app as your default option if you really want to make good use of the guidelines stated above.
If not, you will make use of the other text messaging app installed on Galaxy S9 and you have the freedom to go through the settings to choose message ringtone on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.