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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Splash, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. Splash

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    I have a ringtone in a Media/Audio/Ringtones file on the sd card. For some reason it does not appear as an option in Sounds.
    Do I have to rename the file?

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    Yes managed to install it from Music, thanks for the tip. However, I couldn't install an alert tone from there, I'll try renaming the files.
     
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    Do you mean alert or alarm? In the second case has to be in alarms folder
     
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    ah yes, to clarify I meant an alert for a text.
     
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    No alert, no alarm, it's called notification:)
    Can you try to put the tone to /media/sdcard/media/audio/notifications (in JB it's /media/sdcard/notifications) ?
     

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