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Android for Beginners: How to make an MP3 your ringtone

Tired of the factory ringtones of your Galaxy S3? Here's a way to customize your device and turn your favorite music into the ringtone of your phone.

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I tested these options on the Samsung Galaxy S3, but they should work on other smartphones as well.

First option

  • Connect your phone to a computer via USB;
  • Open the computer and enter the smartphone folder;
  • Copy the MP3 file of your choice to the folder Ring tones (touches);
  • On your phone, go to Settings> My Device> Sound> Ringtones and you will see the MP3 file. Choose it and it will become your default ringtone.
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Turn your favorite music into your ringtone. / AndroidPIT
<p>Tip: There are some apps that also cut the desired piece of music (very useful for those 6 minute songs).</p>
<h2><strong>Second Oppo</strong></h2>
<p>Use a media player (not the factory default on your phone) that allows you to automatically choose a song as your ringtone. Check the settings for each one (for most, it only takes a long tap when the MP3 file is playing and settings will appear that can turn it into ringtone, notification or even alarm).</p>
<p>Some free options for such apps are MixZing Media Player and doubleTwist Player.</p>
<p>And the? What is your ringtone?</p>
<p>  (tagsToTranslate) Samsung Galaxy S3 (t) ringtones (t) MP3 (t) music (t) mobile phone ringtone<br /></p>