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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shaunydub, May 5, 2011.

  1. shaunydub

    shaunydub Well-Known Member
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    Hi,

    I like to have my own mp3's used for all the various notification's but to get them to show up as alarm tones I need to get access to the default folder which is in the 2gig saved for apps etc.

    Is it possible to access this area using PC - I can only seem to be able to get to external SD or internal SD.

    Cheers.
     

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    I could be wrong, since I don't have my SGSII yet, but I think you shouldn't need to do that - you can select your own tones in the original SGS.

    In any case, to access the area you want to you'll need Root, and then something like Root Explorer.
     
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    This might work for you

    connect your SGS2 to your pc, browse your sd card and goto the;

    \media folder, open that, and create a new folder called;

    audio - open that and create the following folders;

    noticications
    ringtones
    alarms

    so you should end up with

    For Alarm sounds
    /media/audio/alarms/

    For notification sounds
    /media/audio/notifications/

    For ringtones
    /media/audio/ringtones/

    Just copy teh mp3's you want into one of or all three folders and they should be seen by the phone.
     

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