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Go to the People app (also may be labelled Contacts) and select a contact. In contact details, hit the Menu button (three vertical dots in the top-right corner) and choose Edit (this step may be unnecessary on your phone) Scroll down until you see Ringtone. Tap it and select a tone to play when they call.
Tap the Conversation you wish to set a custom notification for. Tap the three-dot menu icon in the top right corner of the screen. Tap Details. Tap Notifications. Tap Sound. Tap your desired tone.
To start, open the Messages app on your Galaxy, then select a chat that you want to stand apart. Tap on the three-dot menu button on the upper-right corner once inside the thread for more options, and hit the toggle next to "Custom notifications" from the overlay that appears to enable the feature.
Open Android Messages. Tap the contact that has this icon displayed. Tap the three stacked dots in the upper right-hand corner. Tap People & options. Tap Notifications to toggle on and off.
Open the contact you want to personalize the message tone. Click "edit". Then scroll down to the bottom and click on "ADD ANOTHER FIELD". Tap to put a check mark beside "Message tone" then tap "OK".
If you use the default Messaging app, tap its icon to open it, tap the Menu button in the lower right corner (denoted by three dots), then tap Settings. Scroll down to the Notifications section and tap Sound. Select a new notification sound from the list, then tap OK.
Text Message Notification Settings - Android From the messaging app, tap the Menu icon. Tap 'Settings' or 'Messaging' settings. If applicable, tap 'Notifications' or 'Notification settings'. Enabled when a checkmark is present or switch is in the ON position.
Tap on Settings and then tap on Sounds Tap on Text Tone and select from the list, you will find custom text tones appearing under Ringtones whereas defaults will appear under Original section. Select a text tone you want to use to use and close out of Settings.
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