Your Samsung Intercept phone comes with several ringtones featuring a variety of music styles, including the rock, pop and techno genres. If you have a microSD card installed, you can customize the phone with your own ringtones, such as song clips from your favorite artist. The Intercept allows you to set a general ringtone that plays for all callers by default. You can also assign different ringtones to each of your contacts for easier identification.
Change Default Ringtone
Turn on the Samsung Intercept and press "Home."
Tap "Menu," then select "Sounds & display" and "Phone ringtone."
Select a ringtone from the list, then tap "OK" to set it as your default ringtone.
Change Ringtone for Contacts
Power on the Samsung Intercept and tap the "Home" button, then touch "Contacts" to go to the overview screen.
Tap "Menu," then select "Edit." Scroll down and tap the arrow icon next to the Ringtone field.
Touch "Default" to apply the default ringtone to the contact. Touch "Phone ringtone" to choose a ringtone available on your phone. Tap "Sound" to select a ringtone on your microSD card.
Touch "OK" to apply and save the change.
- You can also change the ringtone that plays when you receive a notification, such as a new text message or voicemail message. Go to the Sounds & Display screen and tap "Notification ringtone," then select a ringtone and tap "OK."
- If you want the Intercept to vibrate instead of play a ringtone, go to the Sounds & Display screen and tap "Phone vibrate." Alternatively, hold down the volume button to enable vibration.