Wednesday, June 14, 2017

How to Set More Than 1 Ringtone in Android Phone

The expression that says “never use your favourite song as your alarm tone” doesn't really apply to your Android phone that gets you so excited always. That phone that lifts up your soul when it is down in thought and emotions. You play a few songs over and over that you love them so much and would wanna use them as your ringtones. But confusion arises when it is just more than 1 song that you'd wanna make use of as your ringtone, but your phone doesn't support using 2 songs at the same time as a ringtone.
How to Set More Than One Ringtones In Android Without Root
Well, you are in luck, as what I am about share with you will make you use two different tracks as your ringtone, even if you do not have root access to your smartphone. But before we delve into that, let me quickly remind you that you can run multiple accounts on your smartphone just by following this guide here.

Now back to using 2 tracks as a ringtone in one device: This may sound impossible now because most android phones in the market use one song at a time for ringtones. But if you think back to the era of Nokia Asha and other China made phones, dual sim phone had an option that lets users set different ringtones for their different sim cards. Sim 1 has a different song as its ringtone as well as sim 2. and they both worked perfectly without any issues. Now with your Android, with the use of an Android app, you can seamlessly achieve the same goal. Just read on below to see how.



1.    Firstly, go to your Google PlayStore and download this app called RandTune. Open the app and grant it access upon notification
How to Set More Than One Ringtones In Android Without Root

2.    On opening the app, you will be presented with 3 options which are for setting your ringtone, the second option is for setting you SMS alerts tone and the last one is for Alarm.
How to Set More Than One Ringtones In Android Without Root

3.    Create a playlist by pressing the notification tab that is located just behind the shuffle tab and then click on the Add(+ sign) button.
How to Set More Than One Ringtones In Android Without Root

4.    Then go ahead and select any song(s) you which to use as your ringtone.

5.    Navigate to the app’s home screen where you can see the option of “Calls”, “SMS”, “Alarm”. Then drop down each section and select your newly created album that is already preloaded with the songs you've chosen earlier.
How to Set More Than One Ringtones In Android Without Root

And that's all about it. Whenever you get a phone call, you will hear separate ringtones and they will all ring according to the other which they have been chosen.

You can also go ahead and follow these same steps listed above to set different tones for your alarms and text messages. Do let us know via comments where you get stuck and you will be assisted asap.




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