Support Good morning alarm sound

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  1. cableguynoe

    cableguynoe Well-Known Member
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    Hey guys,

    I have a friend that used to have an Ally and loved the Good morning alarm sound.
    Now she doesn't have the Ally anymore but says she really misses that sound. Does any know where I can get it? I am not positive if it's even called Good Morning.
    If someone can post it that would be great!

    Thanks!
     

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  2. Vmanisme

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    Yeah its called Alarm GoodMorning but idk how to pull it off just giving the name.
     
  3. death2all110

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    When i get a chance in abit ill try pulling it off
     
  4. cableguynoe

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    That would be awesome if you could do that.
     
  5. death2all110

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    Got it!

    Here you Are. it was in system>media>alarms its an ogg file but the phone should recognize it. she can place it on her sd card with her other ringtones if she still has android
     

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  6. cableguynoe

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    Awesome!!! Thank you very much!
     
  7. sambowomble

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  8. danaj

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    Thanks, this worked for my huawei ascend
     
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  9. sheygaxiola

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    thanks! i changed my lg optimus one for a samsung galaxy s II and almost cried when i realized it hasn
     
  10. saving4xmas

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    much thanks, much thanks, just got the ascend as well and it was either choose the farm yard male hen good morning sound to annoy other half or try to find good morning from my old LG phone
     
  11. JollyChollie

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    See Post Below...
     
  12. JollyChollie

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    I have Enclosed the Samsung Galaxy S S2 S3 "Good Morning" Alarm,
    (Listen to it to see if this is the Alarm Sound you want).

    In Your Clock, [I use Alarm Clock Xtreme ~
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alarmclock.xtreme ~
    (If I had an S3, I'd use their Alarm)...

    If your Phone is not Rooted, then Change the Sound Type
    from "RingTone" to "Music". Then Choose "Select Music" ~
    {Then Select either "Choose Music Track" or "My Files" or
    "Root Explorer" or "Google Music", or other},
    and Navigate to where "Good_Morning.ogg" is Located, {I suggest "\RingTones"}.

    Set the Alarm for about 1 mnute away,
    so that you can Test to see if this is the Sound you want.

    I Converted "Good_Morning.ogg" to "Good_Morning.mp3",
    and Included both Files just so that you can
    Test the Sound on your PC to see if this is the Sound you want.
    (You should be able to use the "Good_Morning.ogg" on Your Cell Phone).
    {if not then use the "Good_Morning.mp3", and toss the other}.

    If your Cell Phone is Rooted, Store the "Good_Morning.ogg" in the
    "/system/media/audio/alarms" Folder, then you won't have to Change the Sound Type,
    (and you can Instantly Hear the Preview of the Sound).

    If your Cell Phone is Not Rooted, store the File in some place like "\RingTones".
    {You won't have Access to the "/system/media/audio/alarms" Folder}.

    If you'd like to know how to Acquire this File yourself...
    If you have an Older Cell Phone, like a Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate,
    then you can Use "Root Explorer",
    {Acquire From Google PlayStore or Click on the Link Below,
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.speedsoftware.rootexplorer}
    to get the file from "/system/media/audio/alarms/Good_Morning.ogg".

    Email Yourself this File if you have WiFi, or if not Connect to a
    Computer and Copy it onto the Computer. Then connect the New Cell Phone
    and Paste this file to some location, (like "\RingTones").
     

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  13. iinktoriousz

    iinktoriousz New Member
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    I was breaking a sweat trying to find this and download it to my galaxy s5! Thanks a mill..lol
     
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