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Bruce & Vox

We're two songwriters, seeking our muse daily. We rock a blog, a YouTube channel, and a podcast. Oh, and we write songs too. Loads of them. Our ambition? World music branding domination, of course. Our goal is to keynote a music business workshop, sharing what we've learned about blogging, branding and about feeding the creative process. We are human beings; we are human becomings;

thus, Blooming Prejippie.

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Prejippie Music, Inc.

46036 Michigan Ave, Unit 308

Canton MI 48188 United States


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Here’s how to install your custom ringtone: 


When you’re ready to set a new ringtone or alert, you first need to put that audio file on your phone (if it’s not already there). Then you need to move it to the relevant folder on your Android device: Ringtones (if you want to set the audio as a ringtone) or Notifications (for other alerts).

You have plenty of ways to transfer the file to your handset—email it to yourself, sync it via an app like Google Drive or Dropbox, or connect your phone to a computer and manually drag the file home. Once it’s on your phone, different apps give you different ways to put it in the relevant folder: In Dropbox for Android, for example, you select the track, tap the menu button (three dots) on the top right, choose Save to Device, and navigate to the correct location.

Once you’ve transferred the file, restart your phone so it will take note of the new audio in the relevant folder. To turn that audio into your new default ringtone, head to Settings > Sound > Phone ringtone. Here, you’ll see the options you can select to be your primary ringtone, and—as long as you’ve saved your custom clip in the right folder in a compatible format like MP3—your new audio should appear in this list.

Although it’s good to have a custom sound for your general ringtone, you might want unique sounds for your favorite contacts. Android lets you override your default ringtone for specific people. Launch the Contacts app, choose a person, and tap the menu button (three dots) in the top-right corner. Then hit Set ringtone to decide what you want to hear when, say, your grandmother calls.

For notification audio, you need to visit Settings > Sound > Advanced > Default notification sound. This is where you can determine which sound apps will use for their alerts by default. Again, your audio file should appear in the list if you’ve copied it over correctly.

Finally, it’s time to set the new sound as a ringtone or notification. In iOS, go to Settings > Sounds & Haptics, and on the next screen, you can set the default ringtone and default notification alerts for new emails, text messages, calendar events, and so on.

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