I will be demonstrating on a OnePlus 3, running Android Oreo with double SIMs inserted .
Enabling dual ringtones
The first thing you must do is enable double ringtones. Android makes this very simple. Open up Settings, and then go to Sound & shaking. From within that screen, tap Phone ringtone. In the resulting window ( Figure A ), tap the On/Off slider for Set ringtone for each SIM circuit board ( this will merely appear if you have two SIM cards inserted ) .
once you ‘ve enabled double ringtones, the window will change ( Figure B ). Figure B Tap SIM menu 1 and then select a ringtone for the first card. once you ‘ve done that, tap the back button ( upper left corner ), pat SIM card 2 and repeat the process ( selecting a different ringtone for the moment SIM card ).
At this point, you immediately have a ringtone for your business number, and a different ringtone for your personal number. When a cry comes in for your business number, you ‘ll know right away without having to pick up the device and look at the contact for the incoming bid .
A great solution for dual SIM users
Anyone that uses two SIMs understands how important it is to know which line you ‘re picking up when a call comes in. This fiddling trick might well save you from answering your business line with “ bellow ! ! ! ” “ Bruh ” or “ Wuzzup ? ? ? ”
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