How to Create Ringtones On Your Android Smartphones
To create ringtone on your android smartphone is not a tedious task as some may think. To create ringtone on android phone one require a third-party application to get this done, there are so many app in the store that can do this and some of are Ringdroid, Ringtone maker, MP3 Cutter etc. But for the essence of the tutorial the third-party app will be using is Ringdroid. Ringdroid is an open-source app that is to say that the app is mostly for free usage.
Using Ringdroid on your android smartphone
To use Ringdroid on your android smartphone all you have to do, is download it from the link given above after downloading it to your device install and launch the app and with immediate effect it will automatically list all audio files present in your phone or SD card of your device but in case you cannot find your desire tone do not hesitate by tapping on the “Menu” button on the top-right corner (three vertical dots) and proceed by selecting “Show All Audio” option. This will search for the hidden audio files on your device.
Note: Ringdroid mostly list all audio files in your device, including system sounds and other app UI sounds. If you are confused do not forget to use the “Search” bar to look for your preferred audio file.
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How To Create Ringtones Using Ringdroid App
In order to create ringtone on your android phone using Ringdroid just tap on the audio file of your choice that your need to edit and it will open up immediately on the Ringdroid editor. The audio file selected will be shown as waves with two adjustable sliders on it specifying the start and the end point. The below image shows “play/pause” buttons and also “start/end” time in seconds.
There are multiple ways to specify start and end points to extract the ringtone out of the audio file. You can specify the start and the end points to extract the ringtone from the audio file that is to say that you may the use the start and end sliders to specify exact start and end point of the ringtone. It sometimes better to be playing the audio file in order to track the location of extraction but this is not necessarily as you can specify the location with playing the audio file, it all depends on you.
You can also implement this method also in order to extract and this method involve playing the audio file and while playing tap on “Start” button as soon as the starting point is being played. Also tap on the “End” button when the ending is also being played. This method is somehow time consuming but nevertheless you will surely get the concise start and end points.
You can enter the starting and the ending points manually in “Seconds” by simply tapping on the “Start” and “End” buttons. In order to use this method, you must know the exact start and end points in seconds.
Once the start and end points have been specified, tap on the “Save” button above to save the ringtone. You can now give it a name and set it as default ringtone. Immediately the start and the end points must have been specified just proceed by tapping on “Save” button above the app to save your ringtone. You may decide to give it a name of your choice and may decide to set it as your default ringtone which is left on you to decide.
Haven undergone all the procedure on this tutorial your ringtone will be created and also be save as a separate file on your device from the original file. Other options of Ringdroid App. Ringdroid also have other features that may interest you.
As have mentioned earlier about the search which is very important as it helps in finding the rightful audio file as Ringdroid loads almost all the audio file on your device so you need the “Search” bar to locate yours require file. You can either by title name or artist name as the search bar updates in real-time
Set as default
Using the Ringdroid app you can set up any ringtone as default ringtone, notification tone or even alarm right the app interface. To achieve that simply tap on the on the upside down arrow next to the audio file and proceed to “Set as default”
Assign to contact
As android user you can assign ringtone to specified contacts, also Ringdroid as have a similar feature and to use it tap on the upside down arrow next to the ringtone and select “Assign To Contacts” option, then select the contact on your contact list to assign to it.
You can also record any audio and create ringtone with it using Ringdroid. Tap on “Microphone” icon at the top of the Ringdroid app and the recording will start immediately and to also stop recording Tap the “Stop” button. After recording the recorded audio will load automatically on the Ringdroid editor.
From above, you can see that customizing custom ringtones with Ringdroid Apk App is very easy and straight forward on Android devices. The application is very fast for creating a new ringing tone for your smart device. And if you still want to carryout functions that involves making adjustment to volume or fade in/out time, then the best android app to help you edit such feature is Ringtone maker application.
Hope the tutorial was helpful? You can comment below for any difficulty you are facing while customizing your own ringtone using your phone. And don’t forget to share the post to friends, very important.