Support Notification ringtones

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jujutu, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. jujutu

    jujutu New Member
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    Hi all,

    I have just got myself a nice new Google phone and am trying to customise it a little to sound right. I can pick and choose my own phone call ringtone OK by selecting a track in music and making it a ringtone. But can I do the same for notification ringtones?

    What I have found out - I have found the .ogg audio files that are listed as possible notification ringtones (in system32/media/audio/notifications) but cannot (using Linda Filemanager) paste my chosen audio file into this directory. Am I missing something?

    Regards,

    Julian
     

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  2. SecretAsianMan

    SecretAsianMan Well-Known Member
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    download "rings extended" from the market. it lets you customize any notification to whatever you have on your sd. mp3 or whatever format you want.
     
  3. jujutu

    jujutu New Member
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    Thanks - that's exactly what I needed.

    Julian
     
  4. rivomi

    rivomi New Member
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    I have buy a G2 Phone (HTC MAGIC) and i have search and install this app for setting all rings..bat don't work. Can you help me?
    Thanks.

    Rivomi
     
  5. RozzaC

    RozzaC Well-Known Member
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    When you go to set a ringtone..it should ask you what you want to use..

    Either the "Android System" and "Rings Extended"

    Select "Rings Extended" and select whatever ringtone you want on your phone...
     
  6. rivomi

    rivomi New Member
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    The problem is that the "Rings Extended" is not working on my HTC Magic, so I can not set a personal ringtone alerts for SMS and MMS E-MAIL, and the "Android System" can only for incoming calls.
     
  7. punkzanyj

    punkzanyj Well-Known Member
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    try ringo. Does the same thing. Also, i the root directory of your SD Card create three folders: "ringtones" "alarms" and "notifications". Music players should skip these folders automatically so you don't hear rings when you hit shuffle. If this doesn't work, save all your SD data somewhere else and reformat the card and create those three folders. Sometimes it doesn't work without reformatting
     
  8. daniels012

    daniels012 Member
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    This worked beautifully. I actually wondered how I was going to download 2 versions of the same ringtone and have them in 2 places, but this worked great!

    Thank You,
    Michael
     
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