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  1. mr_x6006

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    Hi there,

    I juz bought dis LG Optimus 1 last week.

    However i dont know, how to change default message notification ringtone to another song..

    I dun want to use stock ringtone for my notification message..

    Any ideas please on how to resolve this????

    Appreciate your help.

    SHARING is CARING...
     

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    You'll have to download a ringtone app.

    I use Zedge. Lots of good stuff on there. I use different ringtones for different callers, notification ringtone, email ringtone, etc. It has wallpapers too.
     
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    Another app you could use is RingDroid.

    You can load your own song, and use RingDroid to cut the song down to a useable ringtone.
     
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    Luckily.. Thanx bro.. :)
     
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    Um theres another simple way.

    Just connect your phone to the computer and when your sd card pops up under the media folder, create a new folder called notifications. Put whatever song you want into that folder.

    Then go into your sms settings and under notiications, your song should be in there.
     
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    Nice info bro.. thanx so much..
     
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    I tried the just adding a directory option, but that does not seem to work.
     
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    if not rooted then the make directory option should work.
    while,
    if rooted, goto root directory (use File Manager, ES etc.)
    in there paste ur desired tone to system/media>audio>notifications
     
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    Thank you so much for this awesome simple way :D

    Just also noticed that the threat under LG Optimus One (P500) - Google took me here - but it works all the same with my Samsung Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562, Android Ver. 4.0.4
     

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