Dear Friends Has it already been over 3 years since Android was first released to the public? With Android already on version 4.0 — Ice Cream Sandwich — we all know that this mobile operating system has seen numerous changes, many of which have been innovative and pushing the boundaries of mobile technology.
But it’s always nice to take a step back and return to the basics every once in a while. Remember ring-tones?
I received my first Android phone a few months ago and, as a newbie, I couldn’t figure out for the life of me how to create and install custom ringtones on my Android device.
If you own an Galaxy Y and still don’t know how to do that, then read on. It’s easy, it’s quick, and it’ll keep your phone fresh and exciting every time it rings.
Creating Custom Ringtones
In order to create your own ringtones on your Android, you’ll need to install RingDroid. If you already have a ringtone that you only want to install, feel free to skip down to the next section.
RingDroid will present to you a list of all of the audio files on your device. You choose one of those files and cut out a clip of it. Cutting a clip is easy: you just move the left and right sliders. The whole interface is rather intuitive.
The resulting clip can then be named and set as a ringtone for incoming calls, notifications, and alarms.
Installing Custom Ringtones
When you have a ringtone that you want to use but it’s located on your PC, you’ll need to move it into your phone in order to use it. Fortunately, this is really quite simple.
Now create a directory called ringtones. In full, the directory should be located atmedia/audio/ringtones.
Take the audio file that you want to use as your ringtone and place it intomedia/audio/ringtones. Now when you are selecting a ringtone for your incoming calls, or notifications, or alarms, you should see it in your available list.