23-09-2012 07:28 PM
I've had my Samsung Galaxy S3 for nearly a week now and so far I am very happy with it.
However, I do have a couple of questions -
1) I know how to change the alert tone for a text message being received, but how do you change the alert tone for a message being sent (delivery report), as currently a messsage being received and delivery report alert tones are the same. Is there a way these two alert tones can be different?
2) on my Nokia N8 phone I was able to display the cell area I was in. On the S3 I cannot find an option for this. Can it be done?
I'm sure I will have more questions soon, but as I am new to the Android OS I am finding things out all the time.
Many thanks in advance.
24-09-2012 01:07 AM
On the sounds option this is were the default Tone would be now set that to say post box for now
Now open up Messages app when open press the menu button then settings
Now scroll down to the last option and set that to the whistle
so now when you get a sms you get a whistle and any other will be the postbox
Most stock app have there own Notification sound so you now what comes through
I have a fend that has recorded his wife Saying Text arived and Email for you dear
any probs give us a shout
24-09-2012 09:04 PM - edited 24-09-2012 09:12 PM
As far as I know I have followed your instructions correctly.
I have gone into settings and selected sound (under device), then set set default notifications as postman. Then while in the messaging menu, press menu, settings then go to the bottom and selected whistle tone.
When I get the delivery report I get the whistle tone and when I receive a message I have the whistle tone, in other words delivery report and message received are the same tone.
Have I done this correctly?
25-09-2012 12:10 AM
26-09-2012 01:23 AM
Different phones have different attributes...
You can set the LED on the S3 to flash for Notifications
Menu > Settings > LED indicator > Tick the boxes...
I have noticed that on my S3, an email flashes white, a Gmail flashes Blue, Tweetdeck flashes yellow etc.
And you can have Tones for each of them as well...!
04-10-2012 11:36 PM
05-10-2012 12:14 AM
Thank you for your reply. I've had a quick look at the apps you suggested, but don't think they can assign different tones to SMS alerts.
It IS a very good phone that I am still learning about.
I just find it strange that a fairly obvious & simple function has been overlooked.
Maybe it will get included in a future upgrade.