1. AC Question's Avatar
    Admittedly, I am tech challenged. I have a song in my "Play Music" file that I want to use as a ringtone, but I can't figure it out. Any ringtone app that I have tried wants me to first store the song in a SD card on my phone, which the HTC One (m7) does not have. Will it work if I transfer the song to my "Music" file? If so, how do I do that? Help?
    01-23-2015 12:40 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Where exactly is the song? Do you mean it's in your Google Play Music library in the cloud? Or is it stored locally on your phone?

    You need to copy the mp3 to the directory /storage/sdcard0/Ringtones. If the music track is in your Play Music library in the cloud, then you need to download it on your computer (not on the phone), using your Google Music library website. Once you've downloaded it, connect your phone to the computer via USB, and drag and drop the music track to the Ringtones directory.

    See this article for more details: Android 101: Adding your own custom sounds to Android events | Android Central
    01-24-2015 12:42 AM

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