To set a video ringtone, you'll have to download your selected video to your Galaxy S3. This can easily be done on your Samsung Galaxy S3 using an app on Google Play called. Your smartphone has a ton of ringtone options built in, but ringtones haven't really changed much in the past decade, and it's definitely not cool to hear someone in the supermarket with the same lame ringer. You can make the alarm repeat, alter the volume, and label it as well. This app adds the ability to use videos as not only ringtones, but also notifications and alarms, as long as you're running Android 2.
Since the coolest thing about the app is the videos, that's what I will focus on. It would be great to see integration with YouTube down the line. Drawbacks The Korean developer has created a great app in terms of the idea, but American users may find the video selection to be lacking in songs that they recognize, since most of the user-generated videos are in fact Korean selections. The app is still in beta, so this feature could be added at a later date. Tap the Ringtone icon on the dodol pop home page and you'll be taken to the selection screen. Once your time is set, you choose between a video, music, or sound clip under the media section. You can also upload personal videos from your Gallery or even edit sound files.
This is probably a good thing, since it would be pretty tiresome to have a video clip run every time you receive a text message. You can still select from user-generated sound clips and music files. Notification While you can set videos for your alarm and ringtone, you cannot for your notification tone. It's free in the Play Store, so make sure to check it out for yourself. Ringtone Setting up a video ringtone is super easy. Dodol pop has a nice looking, easy to use user interface.
These categories are available at the top, right below the orange menu bar. From the main screen you can select between, Ringtone, Notification, Package, Edit, or Alarm. Once downloaded, you can then set it as your ringtone. Also, dodol pop lacks the option for custom ringtones for individual contacts, which would be a killer benefit if added. .
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