This Galaxy S20 guide explains how to set and customize Galaxy S20 ringtones for each SIM card (if you are using two SIM cards) without installing any third-party apps, and how to customize ringtone for individual contacts so that you can “hear” who is calling when the phone rings.
This guide works on not only all Galaxy S20 (Galaxy S20, 20+, and S20 Ultra), but also all Galaxy phones with Android 10, including Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy S9, and Galaxy Note 9.
When do you need to change the ringtone on Galaxy S20?
The default Galaxy S20 ringtone can cause confusion when there are a couple of Samsung phone users in the same room because most Galaxy phones use the same default ringtone.
So, in this case, it is wise to change the default ringtone to something else.
Sometimes, you may want to know who is calling without looking at the phone. Especially, you don’t want to miss some calls from a few important contacts. A customized ringtone for individual contact can solve your problem.
Some owners of the dual SIM versions of Galaxy S20 may use the two SIM cards (including eSIM) for different purposes. Of course, you may want to set a memorable ringtone for each SIM card so that you can hear which SIM card is called.
In short, you may consider to change or customize Galaxy S20 ringtone:
- To distinguish your phone calls from others in the room.
- To know who is calling you, just from the ringtone.
- To know which SIM card is called without looking at the phone.
Galaxy S20 allows you to choose from many pre-installed ringtones, or select your own music or audio files.
How to set Galaxy S20 ringtone for each SIM card?
You may follow these steps to change Galaxy S20 ringtone for individual SIM card.
Step 1: Open Galaxy S20 Settings
You can open Galaxy S20 setting in many different ways, for example:
- Tap the Settings app icon on Galaxy S20 Home screen or apps screen.
- Tap the gear icon in Galaxy S20 quick settings panel or notification panel.
- Use voice commands including Google Assistant or Bixby.