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How To Change Text Message Ringtone On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus

Statistics show that more and more people are using text messages ringtone on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus to replace traditional voice calls. Chances are that, on your Samsung Galaxy S9, the ringtone notifications for incoming text messages are triggered more often than the ones for incoming calls. You may be curious how to change ringtone on Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus text messages

In case you’re not happy with what you hear or you’ve had enough of that particular ringtone, let us show you how to make a change text message ringtones on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. The steps that we will detail for you are designed to work with the default Messages app. If you’re still using that one, you’re lucky because all it takes is to…

 

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How To Change Text Message Ringtone On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus

  1. Launch the Messages app;
  2. Open the More menu, from the upper-right corner;
  3. Tap on Settings;
  4. Tap on Notifications;
  5. Go to Notification Sound;
  6. Select the sound you wish to have;
  7. Select OK and leave these menus.

 

How To Set Up A Custom Text Message Ringtone On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus

This solution is for those who want a bit more than the default message ringtones available on their smartphone. It works with custom sound files, as long as you have it in one of the WAV or MP3 formats. And it will involve using a computer and the Rings Extended app. A tad more complex process, yet far from being considered an impossible mission! However, this will help you learn how to set up a custom text message ringtone on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

First, you must add the sound file to Samsung Galaxy S9. In case you have it on a computer, read this guide on how to connect the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus to PC, so you can copy those files.

 

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Next, you will have to download and to install the Rings Extended app that we were telling you about. And once these conditions have been fulfilled…

  1. Open your Messages app;
  2. Go back to the More menu, at the Settings section;
  3. Select Notifications, Notification Sound;
  4. Wait for the screen that says Complete action using;
  5. Tap on Rings Extended;
  6. Tap on Media ringtones;
  7. Now choose your desired file, the one you have transferred from the computer.

 

Notein case you tried it all, precisely as we have indicated you, but you have the Notifications option grayed out when accessing the Messaging Settings… It must be because you currently have a different app activating as the default app for your text messages. Before you can proceed with our instructions on how to change the Galaxy S9 text message ringtone, you’ll have to use the Default Messaging App setting and select the Messages app!

 

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