Some MP3 music tracks can be used as kill bill ringtones or notification alerts. In general, it is not difficult on Android. However, in some of Samsung’s latest high-end releases, it’s mostly about walking the park.
It has a long list of default ringtones and notification alarms for famous Samsung smartphones. You can choose that no matter what until you are fed up with it – when you do that what else can you do as you go through all the colors on the list? Of course, you can add your own MP3 to the list.
We know that the procedures in this manual apply to GalaxyNote, Galaxy Note 2, and GalaxyS3 running TouchWiz from Android 4.1 JellyBean. They can also be used with other untested Samsung phones.
Moreover, you don’t even need root access to the phone. Even if your phone is assigned to this guide, as long as your phone has Android 4.1 or higher with TouchWiz, you can still use this guide. If you are using your phone’s Custom ROM or another version of Android, the procedure may be different.
The MP3 files you are using should already be on your phone. There are many ways to copy MP3 files to cell phones, but they are not shown here.
Set custom MP3 kill bill ringtones
In the settings menu
To configure an MP3 file to use as a system-wide custom kill bill ringtones, follow these steps:
- Copy the MP3 file to your phone. Samsung MusicPlayer app should be able to display the file. Make sure the music track is displayed with the ‘Music Player‘ app.
- Go to Settings> Sound> Device kill bill ringtones. A list of the phone’s default ringtones is displayed.
- Click the Add button to launch the Media Manager application. If you have multiple file/media manager apps on your phone, choose a music player from the dialog box.
- You will see a list of music files stored on your phone. Select one and click Finish.
- The selected MP3 track is your personalized ringtone. Repeat the same process to add custom ringtones to the default ringtone list.
Via music player
- You can use the Music Player app to customize your MP3 kill bill ringtones system-wide.
- Play MP3 music files required by the music player app.
- While playing a file, press the capacitive menu button to open the “Options” menu.
- [Select Set as and choose to set the ringtone as phone kill bill ringtones, call ringtone, or alarm ringtone.
- Custom MP3 ringtones for specific contacts
- You can set custom kill bill ringtones for your contacts in the stock contacts app.
- Start the “Contacts” application and open the contact information page.
- Scroll down until you see the Ringtones section. Click on it to open a dialog with 3 options.
- Default ringtones default use
- Ringtone – Choose the default ringtone for your contact
- Move my files – Open the “My files” application and select the kill bill ringtones file
- Select “Move File” and reference the desired MP3 file.
- Select the MP3 file and click Finish.