Do you hear that?
A ringtone is a sound made by phones to indicate an incoming call. In today's world, ringtones play a major role in mobile phones either it is a smartphone or feature phone. I remember the times when we only had one "Tring Tring" default tune for every phone in the market. The scene has however changed in recent years and manufacturers have enabled phones to have ringtones as per the user's taste. Android already supports this in many forms but MIUI takes it even further with a dedicated ringtone store and power to use custom ringtones from any audio file, be it some music or even recordings. Well, all of this might seem pretty obvious but hey, don't you like surprises? Let's dig in!
101 Guide | Changing Default Ringtone
Method 01: From File
Method 02: Mi Music
Method 3: Contact Based
Everyone likes to know who’s calling before they actually pick up the phone and the easiest way to achieve that is with custom ringtones for specific callers. Setting personalized ringtones to the contacts might seem very underrated but this comes in handy in a lot of situations. At least you can sense danger when your Boss or the HR calls you and thus, I'm here to guide you throughout so make sure to follow along.
If you find any issues regarding the above steps, consider updating Themes and MI Music to the latest version and retry the whole process. If that fails to work as well, I'm always happy to help.
Moderated by Deeptesh on 23.02.2020
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