Samsung Galaxy S, Android Phone, is also very capable to be customized like Windows Mobile. Changing ringtones and wallpapers you like was one of the most popular customizations in Windows Mobile era.
Here is also a way to assign ringtones you want on the Samsung Galaxy S.
1. Prepare ringtones
First, you’ll need to find some ringtones you like. To make things as simple as possible, ensure your ringtones are DRM-free MP3 files. Also, they should typically be 30-seconds or less in length.
2. Ensure your microSD card is in your Samsung Galaxy S, then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB cable
If your Samsung Galaxy S does not mount automatically, touch the USB icon that appears in the menu bar at the top of the display, drag it down to expose the Android Notification Pane, then tap on USB Connected and select Mount (or Disk Drive)
3. On your PC, Go to the Root folder (the main directory) of the SD card in your Samsung Galaxy S.
4. Create a new folder named ringtones ( “r” should be a lowercase)
5. Copy all of the MP3 ringtones into the the ringtones folder
Okay, it is done. You can now unmount your Samsung Galaxy S and your ringtones will become available as options when changing your ringtone.
- To set one of your new MP3s as your ringtone:
- From the home screen, tap Menu then Settings
- Tap Sound, then Phone ringtone
- Scroll to the ringtone you want, select it and then tap OK