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Support default ringtones and notification tones

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by emarkortega, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. emarkortega

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    can anyone recall the default (after you power on for the first time) tones for calls and notifications?

    i'm guessing it's "over the horizon" for calls and what for notifications?

    thanks
     

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    Mine had "Whistle" as the default notification sound.
     
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    Whistle on Verizon as well (for notifications). Yes, "Over the horizon" for calls.
     
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    how do you change the email ring from bells to sumthing else ive tried to change it but it wont please help!!
     
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    If your using an email other than Gmail, when you open the email app hit settings and a settings box will open, dont click on "general settings", click on your actual account (with the blue check mark). This will open a new set of setting for your particular account. Then of course, under "notification settings" you will have an option to select the ringtone you want! best of luck!
     
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    There is a "Save" button at the top of the screen that is easy to miss. If you just hit the back button, it won't take your changes. It got me, too, at first.
     

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