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How to set customized message tones for your Android contacts

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Adjusting the message sounds may seem like a trivial one feature, but can be extremely useful. A custom message tone can indicate that we need to respond to an important alert, among many others. A tone that you set yourself may mean that your boss is texting you after hours and you can ignore him, while another tone may mean that your wife is texting you and you should definitely check them out right away. Whether you use Google Messages - the default SMS app on most phones - a manufacturer version such as the Samsung Messages app or one of the third-party SMS text messaging apps like Textra or Pulse to set a custom tone for a contact or conversation is easy, although you can find the setting in different places depending on your application or phone.

How to Set Custom Tones in Google Messages

Google Messages is the standard messaging application for many Android phones nowadays and is available for free at Google Play, if your phone has not already installed it. Google Messages uses the "common" method for custom chat notifications, using the latest notification protocols implemented with Android Oreo.

  1. Select it conversation for which you want to set a custom alert.
  2. Touch the menu icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  3. press Details.
  4. press E-mail Notifications.
  5. press Sound.
  6. Select the desired sound.
  7. press OK ή Storage, if these options are displayed with the sound selection menu.

How to set customized sounds in Samsung Messages

Samsung Messages gets a new look with the One UI update that brings Android Pie to Samsung devices, but the basic layout will be the same for all Samsung Oreo and Pie devices.

  1. Select the conversation for which you want to set a custom alert.
  2. Touch the menu icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Tap the toggle next to Custom notifications.
  4. Tap the text Custom notifications.
  5. press Sound.
  6. Select the desired sound.
  7. Press the dart back in the top left corner of the screen.

If you do not find ringing tones for specific conversation messages by using these menus on a Samsung phone that runs Android Nougat or an older version, check the desired contacts entry in Samsung Contacts.

How to Set Custom Tones in Pulse SMS

  1. Select the desired conversation.
  2. Touch the menu icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  3. go to Conversation settings.
  4. Select Conversation Notification Customization.
  5. press Sound.
  6. Select the desired sound.
  7. Press the back or arrow OK ή Storage, if these options appear.

How to Set Custom Sounds in Textra SMS

  1. Select the desired conversation.
  2. press the down arrow on the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Select it Customize this conversation.
  4. go to E-mail Notifications.
  5. Select Notification Sound.
  6. Select the desired sound.
  7. press OK.

How to set customized sounds in Mood Messenger

  1. Select the desired conversation.
  2. Touch the menu icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  3. press Options.
  4. In unit Notifications & Sounds, select current tone.
  5. Three icons are located at the top of the audio selection menu. Touch the bell icon to use the System Notification button to select a sound. You can also tap the microphone icon to record a phrase as a text sound or the folder icon to select a ringtone through your file manager.
  6. Select the desired sound.
  7. press OK.

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