The first order of business is to get your hands on a silent ringtone—an audio file that is literally nothing but a span of silence.
This allows your phone to “ring”, but you won’t actually hear it.
Is there a silent ringtone for iPhone?
Alternatively, you can assign a silent ringtone as the default ringtone and use normal ringtones for only contacts you want to hear. The iPhone doesn’t come with a silent ringtone.
How do I make a silent ringtone for my iPhone?
- Open the Contacts app.
- Tap a contact.
- Tap Edit at the top of the screen.
- Tap Edit on the ″Ringtone Sound″ option.
- Scroll down to the Ringtones section and tap the silent ringtone.
- Tap Done at the top-right corner of the screen.
How do I make my ringtone silent on Android?
How to Set a Specific Contact to Silent Mode in Android
- Download this 10 second mp3 silent ring tone and copy it over the phone’s Sd card.
- Go to contacts, scroll for that particular person for you want to set silent and select.
- Touch menu button, then tap options.
- Touch the ringtone and open file manager and select the silent mp3 file.
Why is my iPhone not ringing when I get a call or text?
Here’s The Fix: Turn Off Do Not Disturb!
Most of the time, the reason an iPhone won’t ring for incoming calls is that the user has accidentally turned on the Do Not Disturb feature in Settings. Do Not Disturb silences calls, alerts, and notifications on your iPhone.
Does Do Not Disturb silence texts?
The Do Not Disturb option on the iPhone stops notifications, alerts and calls from making any noise, vibration or lighting up the phone screen when the screen is locked. You can turn on Do Not Disturb in your iPhone’s “Settings” section.
How do I record a ringtone on my iPhone?
2: Turn the Voice Memo into a Ringtone & Import to iTunes
- Change the file extension from .m4a to .m4r.
- Double-click the newly renamed .m4r file to launch it into iTunes, it will be stored under “Tones”
- Connect the iPhone to the computer (or use wi-fi sync) drag & drop the ringtone from “Tones” to the iPhone”