In case you did not know that you can personalize the ringtone on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus for every call that you receive, or that you are allowed to customize the notification for a new text message from one contact to the next, so you will be able to know for a fact, the particular friend, or cousin or sibling you are receiving a message or call from. I am telling you right now, it is possible.

As a Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus owner, selecting a specific sound as a ringtone or setting a unique message notification can be done on your device without insatlling any app.

To know how to go about this, see the steps listed below

1. Make Use Of Pre-Installed Sounds For Text Messaging

  1. Begin by launching the Message app.
  2. Click on the overflow menu (three dots in the top right).
  3. Click on Settings.
  4. Click General Notifications
  5. Choose Sound.
  6. Lastly, you will be shown a list of songs you will love to make use of, choose one song and click OK to make that song the default text message alert sound.

2. Make Use Of A Custom Text Message Ringtone

You get to experience more options than the pre-installed sounds on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, which adds a lot of files like MP3 or WAV files. Since no user wants to be forced to use what the manufacturers of the phone picked, you can select your choice, and this will be set as a custom text message alert sound. Follow the steps below to know better.

  1. Begin by copying the sound file you desire onto your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus phone.
  2. Begin by launching the Message app.
  3. Click on the overflow menu (three dots in the top right).
  4. Click on Settings.
  5. Click General Notifications
  6. Choose Sound.
  7. Lastly, you will be shown a list of songs you will love to make use of, choose one song and click OK to make that song the default text message alert sound.
  8. Click Add.
  9. Locate and add the audio file you previously loaded for this purpose.
  10. Lastly, select your preferred ringtone file.
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If you are unable to edit the settings of the messaging app because they are greyed out, then do not forget that the steps listed above are for the default messaging app for the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus. When the options are greyed out, the reason will most likely be because you are making use of an application that is not the default app for the device.

To follow the steps above, the “Default messaging app” feature must be accessed, then make the built-in messaging app for the brand of your mobile phone, your choice. If you do not fancy using the default messaging app, then you can locate the guidelines for the app you are making use of. It is possible for you to still change the several sounds it uses.

Key Information:

Samsung recently updated its Samsung Messages app to add support for custom notification tone for specific contacts. It also adds GIF support, a brilliant user interface, set immediate responses, AR Emoji integration and so on. The feature can be enjoyed on v 5.0.21.18 and above version of the application. You can update to the latest version of Samsung’s Messages app from the Galaxy App Store or just go ahead and download the APK.

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