I have bought various albums through Google Music cloud service and they are downloaded for offline use on my device. How can I use one of these MP3s as a ringtone or an alarm?
It seems that the standard picker is not able to find them.
If you are comfortable with copying files in a file explorer
If you aren't comfortable with copying files in a file explorer
If for some reason you don't want to copy, then still figure out which song is the right one. Then when you go to set your ringtone/alarm/notification use the
You'll need to either use a different media player
I'm pretty sure all the above, plus others, can set ringtones from mp3 files directly from the player app itself.
Or, you can use any of the many different ringtone makers freely available on the Play Market.
You will need to do some searching around your file system first to find out which songs are which though. As I remember, when you download audio from Google Play Music for offline use it doesn't save them with titles or anything really identifiable :/
Why not drop the mp3 directly into a directory either
IIRC ICS had this directory structure on the SDCard, aptly,
If Google Music does not have any identifiable information pertaining the MP3, the filename will be used instead.