Samsung Galaxy Note 5: How To Use Custom Music As Alarm
For those that own a Samsung Galaxy Note 5, you may want to know how to use personal music for an alarm on your smartphone. This is for those that want to add your own style or customization to the alarm. You can set custom music as an alarm on the Galaxy Note 5, and the process doesn’t take long at all. Below we’ll explain how you can use your own music as an alarm on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 comes with a many default options of alarm tones, most of them are boring and just plain obnoxious to wake up to from sleeping. One alternative to using your own custom Galaxy Note 5 alarm, would be to download one of the dozen of apps from the Google Play Store specific to alarm clocks. It’s important to note that many of these cost money and you probably won’t be a fan of the music for an alarm sound.
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As long as you have the song already saved on your Note 5, you can quickly set up a song for the alarm clock on the Samsung Galaxy Note. The following are instructions on how to set up and use custom music as an alarm for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
How to Use Custom Music For Alarm On Galaxy Note 5
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- Go to the App tray and select the Clock app
- Go to the editing screen of the alarm you want to add music for
- Select on “Alarm tone”
- A list of default songs will show up, browse for the “Add” button to set your own music as the alarm
- Browse for the song you want as your new alarm sound and select “Done”
After following the steps above, you’ve successfully added any song from your own personal collection to wake you up as an alarm on the Galaxy Note 5. It’s also important to note that you should select the “Auto recommendations” option when choosing the music of choice. The reason for this is because instead of listening to the first few seconds of the intro as an alarm, the “Auto recommendations” will extract what is likely the highlight of the song, or the loudest part.