How to set a custom ringtone on your Emporia

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How to set a custom ringtone on your Emporia

We will show you through this article how to set a custom ringtone on your Emporia, especially if this ringtone comes from an MP3 file.

Even better, we’ll show you how to edit your favorite MP3 tracks on your Emporia. For example, you may want to retain only the chorus of your favorite music as a ringtone for your Emporia. This is possible through many applications for your Emporia as discussed in the second part of this article.

Finally, we’ll see how to set a custom ringtone for a particular contact.

We assume in this tutorial that you have all the knowledge about the property rights of musics and ringtones used on your Emporia.

Set MP3 music as a ringtone for your Emporia

Setting an MP3 music as a ringtone on your Emporia is relatively easy when you know how to do it.

Our other articles on Emporia can help you.

Indeed, the Android system is well known for its great operability and availabilities, especially on your Emporia. To set your favorite MP3 music as a ringtone, you need to go through your favorite music player on your Emporia, or go through the ‘Settings’ menu. In all cases we assume that you have downloaded the desired music on your Emporia. You can do this through a music download service or a USB cable from your computer, if you have the proper rights to do so.

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Go through a music player on your Emporia

An interesting option to put a custom ringtone on your Emporia is to go through a music player.

If you do not already have one, there are many downloadable ones on the ‘Play Store’ of your Emporia: you just have to type ‘music player’ in the search bar and then make your choice.

To do this, you just have to play the music, then click on the options button of your Emporia. You will then have the choice to set the music played as a ringtone for your Emporia, or even as an alarm.

Use the “Settings” menu on your Emporia to customize the ringtone

Another interesting option is to go through the “Settings” menu of your Emporia, accessible from the main screen.

You can then go to the parts ‘Sounds’ then ‘Ringtones’. From there, you will have to choose to add a ringtone.

Navigate through the tree of your Emporia to find the music you want for your Emporia. Validate, and your Emporia has now a new ringtone!

Customize music as a ringtone on your Emporia

Numerous applications available on your Emporia’s ‘Play Store’, such as ‘Ringtone Maker’, allow you to edit and customize ringtones for your Emporia at will. To access it, simply go to the Play Store of your Emporia, then type in the search bar ‘personalization ringtones’ or a similar query.

You will then have a wide choice of applications allowing you to customize the ringtones.

Do not hesitate to rely on user ratings or overall rating of each application before downloading one to your Emporia. Your imagination will then be almost your only limit for editing the chosen songs.

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Customize a ringtone for a single contact

On your Emporia, you normally have the option of choosing a music, for example an MP3 song, specific for a particular contact.

This is very handy if you want to know who is calling you, even before you look at your Emporia screen.

To do so, you can go to the ‘Contacts’ menu of your Emporia, and then open the contact card for which you want to set up a ring tone.

Once on the contact card, you will normally have access to a ‘Ringtones’ option.

You will then have multiple choices between the default music for your Emporia, another ringtone available among the ringtones of your Emporia, or even the possibility to navigate through the memory of your Emporia to find an MP3 song.

We advise you to use this last possibility if you want to load an MP3 file for your contact.

Validate and you have put a custom ringtone for your contact on your Emporia.