Yeah, that would be my final option. I just wanted to check if this was a known issue.
But its hassle to try and find the sounds for each app lol.
Do you know if any of those sound files are saved in /Sytem folders on my S7??
Is there a way i can copy them & move them to S10 manually?
Thanks for the prompt reply.
I checked my setting after i switched, and it did not automaticlly set it to app provided sounds.
Every app had "Default Notification Sound" selected.
I havent changed anything at all.
Yes, I see the same here. This is ridicoulous, you have to re-install all apps you want back the app default sound and make sure you don´t change it or else there is no going back, unless you unistall and then reinstall again!
I'm having a similar problem except rather than apps that already have a custom sound I want to change the notification sound for separate things like, separate text tones for people, setting apps with their own ringtones. I use Zedge but it only allows you to set it to overall notifications (pic included cause I have no clue how to explain it). I've looked through the settings and the settings within each app and no luck.
I used to have the Galaxy 8+ and it let me set separate sound for everything!
You can set the sound notifications for each app by going into the app and go to settings in the app and select notifications and then you can change each one, I have the samsung galaxy s10 plus and I have not had a problem as with zedge got it, download the notification you want and then you can set it to what you want that is what I do
Uninstall and reinstall any app you want their default provided notification sounds to be used instead of Samsung's choice of sounds. For example, the original Snapchat sound, or the casino sound when you receive an eBay bid.
This option was somehow lost in the SmartSwitch transfer to your new phone.
After reinstalling the app, the notification sound choices will read "APP PROVIDED SOUND", and you will still have the Samsung notification sounds to choose from.
Be advised, once you choose a Samsung notification, you permanently lose the option to change it back to the app provided sound. You will have to uninstall and reinstall the app once more.