Droid Sound Alert!

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by kchyde, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. kchyde

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    Can someone with the Droid sound (the robot voice saying "Droid") please send it to my phone? I have the Samsung Fascinate and it doesn't have it!
     

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  2. mondev

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    Yea buddy don't ever post your phone # in public forums. I would delete that ASAP.

    Anyway you can download that sound here
     
  3. kchyde

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    Lol my bad, I'm a newbie. Okay, so I downloaded it via the link, but when I go to set as, it only has 3 options, and none are notifications. How do I set it for text messages?
     
  4. sitlet

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    Trust me, you dont want that sound.
     
  5. Frisco

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    lol .. you took the words right out of my typewriter. :D
     
  6. kchyde

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    Yeah I'm sure I'll get tired of it, I just want it as an option though. So y'all don't know how to set it?
     
  7. AndroidSPCS

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    Open your SMS app, and then click on Menu > Settings, and you should see the ringtone option for texting.

    Enjoy.
     
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  8. kchyde

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    Yes there are 3 options, Voice call ringtone, Caller ringtone, and Alarm tone; but there is no option for text messaging or notifications. And what's the difference between voice call and caller ringtone?
     
  9. AndroidSPCS

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    Did you open your SMS app first before clicking on "Menu > Settings" ?

    If not, check there first.

    And check the standard "menu > sounds & display" as well.

    No idea what the diff is between voice call & caller ringtone - you'd think they'd be the same... maybe caller ringtone is to assign the sound to a specific contact only, vs the voice call - assign to all callers...

    You're trying to assign the sound by long pressing on the droid file itself. To set it as a text ringtone, follow my suggestions above.

    If my posts have been helpful, please consider pressing "Thanks"...
     
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  10. kchyde

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    This is going to sound ridiculous, but where is the SMS app? I downloaded the ringtone from a website, and it went straight into my music. So also, where would I find the original downloaded file to long press it?
     
  11. AndroidSPCS

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    The SMS app is your texting application. It should be the standard text button on your phone. Once there, click on "Menu > Settings".
     
  12. kchyde

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