Samsung Galaxy S7 How to use MP3 ringtone - Solved

The ringtones that can be found on the Samsung Galaxy S7 in Android are all sweet, but also unoriginal. That's why many users want a separate ring tone, for example, a current song of the charts, to use it as a ringtone on their cellphone. If you want to use on your Samsung Galaxy S7 an MP3 song use as a ringtone, then please proceed as follows:

To get started, you need a song in MP3 format on the Samsung Galaxy S7. The MP3 ringtone can for example be transferred from a PC to the Samsung Galaxy S7 via the supplied USB cable. If the MP3 song dubbed on the Samsung Galaxy S7, you can now begin to set it up as an active ringtone in Android.

Here's how to proceed: Please open from the start screen the menu and then tap on Settings. Find the menu item "Sound & Alerts". Tap on this menu item and it will open the submenu. In this you can select the menu item "ringtones".

It will now open a list in which all the ringtones are listed that are currently available on the Samsung Galaxy S7. These are normally those that are already provided by Android, the mobile operator or Samsung. Own MP3 songs that are on your phone are not included in this list. In order to add a new mp3 ringtone, tap the button "Add ringtone" at the end of the list. It will now open the Sound Selection window. In this you can see all the songs, which are stored in MP3 format on your Samsung Galaxy S7. Now select an MP3 song, which you use as your active ringtone on Samsung Galaxy S7.

If you have a MP3 song selected, this will be played, so you can check whether this is the right MP3 file for a ring tone experience. Are you satisfied with the selection, you can apply the selected MP3 song by tapping the button "Ok". Now you have set on your Samsung Galaxy S7 a ringtone which was saved as MP3 file on the internal memory or memory card. When you receive a call on your phone, then this ring tone is from now on played.


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Tried all this no joy. Found a simple solution elsewhere. Connect phone to laptop with USB. Open files on laptop and move ringtone into ringtones list and that is where they appear on the phone. Dead easy

 
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On the Samsung Verizon Galaxy Note 7 "Add" at the bottom only links to a Verizon file transfer app, it does not recognize or show an option to add mp3 files for either ringtones or notifications.

 
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