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  1. HAT MAN

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    so new guy here and new guy to smartphones but picking up speed.

    already made my nightstand dock with a great old POLARIS credit card :D

    I did do searching but ADHD is too much to handle so here goes. Gonna try to get all in one here

    1. still getting notification and double delete proms with handcent app how can I fix it?
    2. had a funny ringer for texts and it just stopped playing, it shows in my play all mucsic app but can't figure out how to move it to text notification it only gives me the option of call ringer?
    3.night clock app is cool but it only lets me adjust color. Dimmer stays the same no matter if its at 0 or 100. I also cant figure out how to make a song my morning wake up?
    4 lastly how do I read the new texts, with HCent if I didnt get to it it just says new mes and goes to the history and will show all my people with there number of texts so I have to check each person to see what one is the new one.


    All help is appreciated.
     

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  2. thetomlin2

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    To get rid of the notifications from the original app simply go into it and hit: Menu->Settings-> uncheck Notifications near the bottom of the settings list. This will then disable the app from alerting you and then handcent will only give notifications

    http://androidforums.com/htc-hero/12849-handcent-sms.html

    You have to make 2 directories on your SD Card. One called ringtones and the other called notifications. Then you can mount your phone to your computer, and copy the files you from your computer to the SD Card. And then you should be able to select the files you want under the settings.

    http://androidforums.com/htc-droid-eris/18105-custom-ringtones-text-sounds.html

    ????? I dont use this App

    ????? I dont use handcent
     
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    With Night Clock, you hit Menu and then choose Music. Then whatever song you click on will be set as your wake up song.
     
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    i've made a folder in the root directory of the sd card called "ringtones" and also "notifications". I saw this on another forum and tried it. Although it works for ringtones, when I go to settings>sound&display>Notification sound, the only choices are still the stock sounds. I've tried adding them as a ringtone from the Music app as well that comes stock with the Eris. Any idea what I might be doing wrong? Is it because I set the artist as "Ringtones" in the MP3 tag? Thanks!
     
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    All of my notifications (and ring tones for that matter) are .wav files. Not sure if the file type is the reason yours isnt working, but you could give it a try.
     
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    That did it! .wav files. thanks!
     

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