Seperating Custom Ringtones from Defaults


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  1. fatalacorn

    fatalacorn Member This Topic's Starter

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    is there a way to seperate my custom downloaded ringtones from the default ringtones?

    I like using the defaults for notification sounds, but I dont want them all mixed in with my ringtones, and im not sure how to delete or move them...

    I have a folder on my SD card .. audio > ringtones and they are all put into the folder, i was just curious if there was any other means of seperation?
     

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  2. fatalacorn

    fatalacorn Member This Topic's Starter

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  3. mcadam

    mcadam Well-Known Member

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    You could edit them and put an "a" in front of the name to ensure they're always at the top of the lists.
     
  4. rawness

    rawness Well-Known Member

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    One possible solution is to add the app Rings Extended which will allow you to use any music file on the phone as a ringer.

    You'd then move your custom ringtones into another folder (or just rename the folder they're in; i.e. audio > ringtones1). This way when you go to change a ringtone you'll be prompted to use the android sounds or use Rings Extended to find your custom tone.
     

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