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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Pirre, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. Pirre

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    Hey all,

    Recently I got my first smartphone, the Galaxy Ace. It took me a few days to get used to this new technology, but I'm all for it now :)

    Now, I was seeing if it was possible to change some of the system sounds, and in particular the one I was trying to change first is the low battery and battery full notification sound.

    After some googling I learned that I had to 'root' my phone to access these files. Luckily I'm not technologically challenged, and 10 minutes later it was done.

    So, now what? I googled some more, found out I needed a root file explorer, being the cheapass I am I installed Super Manager. I found the directory that some websites mentioned (\system\media\audio\ui), but the lowbattery.ogg file is not there.

    I thought maybe I did something wrong, or maybe the files are hidden, so I installed terminal emulator, and did an LS, but to no avail.


    So, my question, where are the files, or where can I edit what sound files to play at which events?

    Thanks in advance!

    /Pirre
     

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