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Setup and use notification tones - moto z2 force

How do I setup and use notification tones?

Follow the steps listed below to setup and use notification tones.

Click here for details on adjsting Audio Alerts.

Choose Phone ringtones through settings menu:

1.  From the home screen touch Image

2.  Touch Settings

3.  Touch Sound

4.  Touch Phone ringtone  (If option is greyed out, make sure handset volume is not set to Silent Mode)

5.  Select a Phone ringtone from the list. Touch OK to set

Change the notification tone for Email

  1. From the home screen touch Image
  2. Touch Email or Gmail
  3. Touch  Menu Image
  4. Touch Settings
  5. Touch the desired Email account
  6. Touch Inbox, sound & vibrate
  7. Touch Sound
  8. Touch the desired tone
  9. Touch OK to set as notification tone

Use song as ringtone

Songs must be .mp3 files stored on your phone or computer (not streamed from a music service).

Copy the song

  1. Do one of the following:
    • If the song is on your phone, use the File Manager app to locate the song in your Music folder or on your SD card.
    • If the song is on your computer, connect the phone and computer with a USB cable. (Click here for more information.)
  2. Copy the song (.mp3 file) into the Ringtones or Notifications or Alarms folder on your phone, depending on how you want to use it.
  3. Update your settings to select the song as a ringtone.

Use a ringtone maker app

Ringtone maker apps let you use portions or entire songs as ringtones, copying the files from your Music folder to the appropriate folders for you.

  1. Search for “ringtone maker” in Play Store and install an app that lets you create custom ringtones with your music.
  2. Open the app and use it to select entire songs or portions of songs and assign the song (default ringtone, contact, notification, alarm).


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