Samsung Galaxy S10 ringtones, notifications and UI sounds are now available for download. You can download all the stock ringtones and other tones as a single zip file from below.
The last time a Samsung Galaxy S excited me was back in 2015 when Samsung launched the Galaxy S6. It was the best looking Samsung Galaxy device ever, back then. Since then things have remained mostly similar in terms of design, save for the decreasing top and bottom bezels. The Samsung Galaxy S10 though stands out from the crowd of smartphones with notches. It’s not the first flagship with a punch hole cutout for the selfie camera. It won’t be the last either. But it’s going to be the one that ends up in most people’s hands.
We’ve already mentioned the specifications of the device, devices, in fact, when they were just rumors. Unsurprisingly, they’ve all come true except that none of the Galaxy S10 devices will have less than 8GB of RAM. While we were at it, we also shared the Samsung Galaxy S10 Wallpapers along with the stock wallpaper from the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Today we have the Samsung Galaxy S10 stock ringtones, notifications and UI sounds for those of you who would want them.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Audio Files
The pack linked below contains a total of 22 notification sounds, 26 ringtones, and 52 UI sounds. Generally, there are half as many UI sounds but generally, Android devices aren’t choked with so many things like a Samsung phone so it does make sense.
- Milky Way.ogg
- Atomic Bell.ogg
- Beep Once.ogg
- Shooting Star.ogg
- Universe Bell.ogg
- Keypress Spacebar.ogg
- Keypress Standard.ogg
- Media preview Over the horizon…
- Multi Window Floating Buttons…
- Pen att_noti1.ogg
- TW_Volume control.ogg
- Video Record.ogg
- Wireless Charging Started.ogg
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How to use Galaxy S10 ringtones and notification sounds
Using the ringtones will be pretty easy and these can be used on any Android device. Just download the ringtones and then go to Settings > Sound. Scroll down until you see Phone ringtone/Default notification sound (or something similar) and tap on it. From here, select your file manager and navigate to the place where you’ve placed the downloaded ringtones. Select any one of them and it will be set as your ringtone.
How to use the UI sounds
To use the UI sounds, your device will need to be rooted. If it is, copy the ui folder in from the zip file after extracting it. Navigate to /system/media/audio/ and paste the copied folder here. This is the default path for stock sounds on most Android devices but some OEMs like Huawei may change that on their devices. When asked, choose to Merge or Overwrite the folder. Also, make sure the permissions for the newly added files is the same as every other file inside the /system/media/audio/ui folder. We recommend using Solid Explorer File Manager because it maintains permission consistency when copying and pasting files to and from the root directories.