Pandoran listener: that was easier than i thought and it was very helpful. thank you
TheStuffedAnimalShow!: LOL! NO OFFENSE AT THE BEGGING 0:06 Zamsung Galaxy
RM Hutchins: I enjoyed your video. It was very helpful. Thank you!
Anonymous: works for the Gio (Android version 2.3.6) as well.
Laura S.: Great! It works!
Joel Anderson: Thank you
Frankie Sue Farmer: Did not go into my notification ringtones. Still only have default
GinnGinevra: THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU**
Michael Shelton: that was helpful. thanks
Pandora Box: Works on my Samsung Ace2 :) Thanks buddy ^^
lucas nieves: lol the fag spelled notifications wrong
FallenAngel2406: you're awesome. it even works for my note 3!!
Chraisyer: Thanks mate, I've been trying to whether to buy a galaxy s3, seeing as my
previous phone wouldn't let me use my own ringtones, it seems all around a
great phone and this sealed the deal, i'm getting one :)
Once again, thanks for helping! ^^
Taylor Addams: Thanks so much! I have been trying to figure out how to add custom
notification sounds since my phone was updated and I lost them.
1prpoo: helped thanks
Asee Crette: I read the comments, and a fair amount of them mentioned the incorrect
spelling of notifications... I just want to say thank you... Because
without the right spelling, this wouldn't have worked at all... Because it
must be the exact spelling.. The spelling is very vital to make this work,
so I want to say.. good job, folks!
Joshua Uribe: Thanks for the vid it helped me a lot
Isabelle Carell: Thank you very much for your video. You have help me A LOT... (n,n)
sirrom jay: Thanks finally a straightforward video to follow. Worked for me
noor matalka: thx
Adriana Hernandez: how do i put all my music into the sdcard??
rupotec: Hi, try the program "Kies" or "MyPhoneExplorer" or Bluetooth. I use
MyPhoneExplorer on my Notebook and connect my smartphone with USB cable.
aaahshs: Wow, super clear and helpful. Thank you!
Margaret Wilson: This worked great till the latest Verizon update. Now my phone doesn't see
any of my new custom alarms, notifications or ringtones. I'm wondering if
the update broke something. Don't want to reset my phone unless I know for
sure that will fix it. I miss my custom sounds!
javier estrella: Thank you!!!!
Larry Eastwind: Thanks for this :-)
Michael Baczuk: Very helpful video! I was going crazy trying to figure out how to install
ringtones until I saw this. Thanks!!!
Kenya Carter: You spelled notifications wrong lol
rupotec: You are welcome.
kcjleemx5: So you have to make a folder in a folder in another folder in ANOTHER
folder? Will the GS4 be that complicated? Is it easier to use a computer?
carlrogers31: thank you, works great and so easy.
DEE Day-Stevens: very helpful thanku
deCyphar: My file doesn't have a copy option when I hold my finger on the track. I
bought it from Google Play but it might not be a standard track. I get the
following options: Play, Add to queue, Play instant mix, Add to playlist,
Shop for artist, Share, Delete. Any suggestions?
transdetendal: thank you very much .im new to "smartphones"
MissClassicT: One look at the description and voila problem solved!!! Thank you soo
Vee Claar: thanks! For the life of me I couldn't figure it out!
rupotec: thx. does it work?
rupotec: the length of the songs in this video was 3 min. maybe there is no
restriction. i have to check it :)
leannakw: Thank u
Randraxis: Alright, I've been trying to find out how long a ringtone can be before it
stops ringing for said person, and so far I've found NOTHING on it anywhere.
Jana Ags: Thanks.
MrEdusystems: I cant believe its so complicated, in OLD nokias u just pick any audio file
and set it as ringtone. Done in 5 seconds.
trever pitts: my old blackberry you just click any audio file and set it as ring tone
email and so on
sookhyun: Thank you! You provided a very straightforward explanation :)
Randraxis: BTW, as an alternative, you CAN connect your phone to the computer and drag
the files you want to add to your phone from the computer to the phone as
long as you pick "Phone" in Windows 7
rupotec: when your music is on the mobile memory and you like to move it on the
sdcard, then just hold the music-file or the hole music folder for 2sec,
then a content menu appeares and you can choose the move order. then you
move the files to your sdcard. more questions?
paciar8: thank you!
Amanda Walker: This is fantastic! Thank you! (:
transdetendal: dont know,but could you spell the folder name?
Set your own ringtones on the new Samsung Galaxy S34.4
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