How to Set Different Notification Sound for Different Apps on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22+/S22/S21 Ultra/Galaxy S21 Plus/Samsung Galaxy S21

Last Updated on November 18, 2022 by Bestusefultips

Do you want to change individual app notification sounds on Galaxy S21/S22 series (Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, Exynos 2200)? In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set different notification sound for different apps on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22+/S22/S21 Ultra/Galaxy S21 Plus/Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (Snapdragon 888 5G processor, Exynos 2100). Easy to set notification sounds for each app on your Samsung One UI (4.1/5.0) using app settings. Also, change the notification sound for the messages app on your Samsung or Android phone.

Read Also: How to Change Notification Sound on Google Messages App

How to Change Notification Sounds for Different Apps Samsung S22+, S22 Ultra, S22, Galaxy S21 Plus, Samsung S21, S21 Ultra

How to Set Different Notification Sound for Different Apps on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22+/S22/S21 Ultra/S21+/S21


You can set individual notification tones for apps like WhatsApp, Facebook, Messages, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, etc.

How to Change Samsung Notification Sounds for Each App (WhatsApp)

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down & tap on Apps.

You can see different settings, including default apps, Samsung app settings, etc.

Step 3: Select the App (We Select WhatsApp) you want to change the notification sound. 

Step 4: Tap on Notifications.

Step 5: Tap on Notification categories.

Step 6: Tap on Group notification or Message notification.

Step 7: Tap on Sound.

Step 8: Choose a Notification sound from the list you want to set as the default WhatsApp notification sound.

It’s easy to set different sounds for different apps on S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, S20 ultra, Galaxy S20, and Samsung S22 series.

How to Change Notification Sound for Messages App on Samsung Galaxy

You can change the text message notification tone on your Samsung Galaxy device using the below-given settings.

Step 1: Open the Messages app in your Samsung One UI.

Step 2: Tap on Menu (Three vertical dots) at the top right corner.

Step 3: Tap on Settings.

Step 4: Tap on Notifications.

Step 5: Tap on General notifications.

Step 6: Tap on Sound.

Step 7: Select the Notification sound you want to use as a message.

How to Change Snapchat Notification Sound Samsung S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, S21 Ultra

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Apps.

Step 3: Select the Snapchat app.

Step 4: Tap the Notifications.

Step 5: Tap the Notification categories.

Step 6: Tap the Notifications you want to change sound like Audible notifications, best friend messages, snaps & chats etc.

Step 7: Tap on Sound.

Step 8: Select the Sound you want to set.

Frequently Asked Question:

Can you have Different Notification Sounds on Galaxy S21?

Yes, you can choose a notification sound from different categories in your Galaxy S21 series. To view and change the notification sound on Galaxy S21, go to Settings > Sounds and vibration > Notification sounds > Choose a notification tone.

How do you Set Individual Ringtones for Contacts on Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, S20 Ultra?

Open the Phone or Contacts app and tap any Contact from the list. Tap on View more and find the Ringtone. Select the ringtone from your phone and set it as an individual ringtone for a specific contact on your Samsung Galaxy devices.

Can you Change Snapchat Notification Sound on Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus?

To change the Snapchat notification sound on Samsung S21 Plus, go to Settings > Apps > Tap on Snapchat > Notifications > Select the Notification (Audible/Best friends/Snaps and chats) > Sound > Choose a Notification sound you want to set.

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And that’s all. Do you still have any questions about changing the notification sound for different apps on Samsung Galaxy? Tell us in below comment section.

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