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If you use TrueCaller, the phone has to do a query on the internet connection, download the caller details, and then start ringing. That would take a few seconds on a weak mobile internet connection.
Based on this tutorial, you need to put your files in /storage/emulated/0/media/audio/ringtones. If it still doesn't work, try opening the file directly from an Android file explorer, then click "Set as ringtone" (you may need to click on the three dots before seeing it): (Click image to enlarge)
In my OnePlus 2 running OxygenOS 2.2 (Android 5.1.1) the problem was solved by removing .nomedia in the root of the SD card, copying the audio folder from the media folder to the root of the SD, and then moving it back to the media folder. Don't ask me why but it worked again.
I don't have Android Marshmallow but following apps can easily achieve the goal on Android Lollipop 5.1. Should not fail on your OS, I believe. Let me know the result in any case. MacroDroid When headphones are plugged: Trigger: Headphones Insert/Remove → Headphones Inserted Action: Volume Change → select Notification and Ringer, and configure ...
Ensure Tasker is installed and enabled. I tested this with Tasker 4.8 on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. If you are using Tasker on Marshmallow, it will work more effectively if you disable battery optimisation under the Android Settings (although this may also drain the battery quicker). To do this, navigate to Battery -> Triple dot menu (in the upper-right hand ...
I haven't tried doing this yet; but I believe you might be able to do it with this app called Automated Device, you can setup some rules to change the ringtone, and by cutting your song into chunks, and then using the flag functionality to define which rule is active at each moment, you could setup a rotation of ringtones that together play the full song. ...
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