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I don't think it is possible in stock Android to set a specific ringtone for an entire Circle. You can however, edit a specific contact and in the edit menu you can set a custom Ringtone. If this is not what you want then you can send Google Feedback any time.


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If you are rooted, then with the help of any kind of explorers which allows browsing root storage, for instance, Root Explorer, open the Root tab, browse through system/media/audio/alarms... Copy the required files (alarm tones) and paste to system/media/audio/ringtones


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Had the same problem. Please follow the below steps: Press on volume key (up or down) On the Gray menu select None and Indefinitely Exit the menu by clicking on the main screen Press on volume key again Select All. It should work now.


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That's how it is on every device. The ringtone starts with a low volume and increases slowly. Set the ringtone volume very high and choose a ringtone with high pitch. I'm not sure if that'll solve your problem but just give it a try.


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Thanks to the useful suggestion of a forum post I managed to fix by copy the ringtone in the /Music~ folder (instead of/Ringtones`) start the bundled music player, play the song I want for ringtone, then in the menu select Use as ringtone This way I could finally change the ringtone with a custom one!


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Someone put this as an edit instead of an answer: Instead of setting ringtone under setting --> Sounds and notifications, try to set your ringtone from your player [Ex: ES File Explorer --> sdcard --> download --> your song. Play this in ES media player --> set ringtone ].



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