1. Paul Blakey Donnelly's Avatar
    Samsung Galaxy Edge
    How to Save a Music File as a Text Alert Tone
    1. Go to ‘My Files’ Folder
    2. Scroll down to ‘Local Storage’
    3. Click on ‘Device Storage’
    4. Scroll down to ‘Music’
    5. Click on ‘More’
    6. Click on ‘Edit’
    7. Select the Song/s that you want to add to your Text Alert Tone
    8. Click on ‘More’
    9. Scroll down to ‘Copy’
    10. Click on ‘Device Storage’
    11. Scroll down to ‘Music’
    12. Scroll down to ‘Notifications’
    13. Click on ‘Paste Here’
    14. Exit back to home screen by using back button or arrow at top of the screen
    15. Swipe down for ‘Settings’
    16. Click on ‘Sounds and Notifications’
    17. Click on ’Ring Tones and Sounds’
    18. Scroll down to ‘Messages’
    19. Ensure ‘On’ is selected
    20. Click on ’Notification Sound’
    21. Scroll down until you find the song/s that you have added and select the one that you want as your text alert tone
    22. Exit back to home screen by using back button or arrow at top of the screen
    Completed 
    Note: The song will play in its entirety until the text is opened. By using a music editing programme, before copying the song, you can make the alert shorter or just a part of the song can be selected. 
    Maria Zagar and sfrrr like this.
    08-08-2015 10:54 AM

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