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From Motorola’s Moto G6 Play smartphone, you can get complete stock ringtones that you can apply on your current Android smartphone. Last month, the Lenovo owned company, released the sixth iteration of their popular G series budget smartphone, Moto G6 Play. The Play version is the most entry level smartphone in the G6 lineup. The infamous price-point of the Moto G is what makes the phone so special. Whether you are interested in buying the phone for yourself or are just looking for new ringtones, we have the complete set of Moto G6 Play ringtones available for download.

There are total of 48 ringtones that are shipped stock on Moto G6 Play. You can simply download them all in a single ZIP file and use those ringtones on your smartphone. Considering the design, G6 and G6 Plus are very identical but the G6 Play has a much sleeker design. It is powered by Snapdragon 430 Octa-Core which is clocked at 1.4GHz. The G6 Play also has a 5.7 inch display with a resolution of 720 x 1440 — aspect ratio of 16:9. As for the camera, it has 13 Megapixels of classic single lens camera. For the front camera, it has 8 Megapixels. Also, it is runs Android Oreo 8.0 out of the box and has a massive 4,000mAh of battery.

Download Moto G6 Play Ringtones

Moto G6 Play Stock Ringtones

In this bundle, you will find many ringtones, UI sounds, notification sounds and alarm tones mixed together. Here is a look of the included Moto G6 Play ringtones in this collection:

  • 48 Ringtones

Download Moto G6 Play Ringtones, Notification Sounds and Alarm Tunes

You can download the complete collection of Moto G6 Play stock ringtones, notification sounds and alarm tunes from the link here:

File: Moto-G6-Play-Stock-Ringtones.zip
Size: 14.67 MB

If interested, you can also explore and download stock ringtones for the following devices: Huawei P20 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S9.

How to Install Moto G6 Play Ringtones on Android Phone

Follow the steps below:

Step 1 – Extract the zip file that you downloaded from above

Step 2 – You will get all of the ringtones, notification and UI sounds mixed together in a one folder.

Step 3 – Copy this folder to your phone’s internal storage. Most phones would recognize the ringtones from this folder and automatically list them in your phone’s ringtone picker.

If you are having issue using these ringtones, just drop a comment and will be happy to help. Also, do tell us which ringtone you liked the most.

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