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Notification Sound packs?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gnarlyDUCK, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. gnarlyDUCK

    gnarlyDUCK Well-Known Member
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    Is there some download(s) for sound packs?

    I need some nicer and possibly more annoying sounds for notifications.

    Also, if i have 2 or more email accounts, can i specify a notification sound for each?
     

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  2. djkleric

    djkleric Well-Known Member
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    Download Ringdroid. it will allow you to make any mp3 on your sd a ringtone, notification, or alarm. Then you can just dl some annoying sounds via the internet.

    As for 2 different emails having different notifications I am not sure. But I know that you can change it for other apps.
     
  3. Chief7

    Chief7 Well-Known Member
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    I have been a regular user or Phonezoo for a long time. Hundreds of great tones - and some not so great - and you just send to a text message and then download to your phone. Very nice!
     
  4. kennyidaho

    kennyidaho Well-Known Member
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    Take a guess
    If you already have the files you want there is a pretty easy way to get them on your phone, using your computer:

    Connect via USB > Pull down notification bar > push "USB Connected" > Mount

    Now on your computer open up the device and look for a folder called 'media' (if it's not there already create it and note it's case sensitive). Inside the media folder create a folder called 'audio' and then inside of audio create three folders called alarms, notifications, and ringtones.

    So the the structure should look like this:

    Code (Text):
    1.  
    2.                      > ringtones
    3. meida > audio > notifications
    4.                      > alarms
    5.  
    If you put audio files in the ringtones folder then they will be ringtones, in notifications they will work sms, email and other notifications and alarms works for alarms.

    Here is a collection of tones, most of them are from Android ROM rips but there might be a few ones I've downloaded:

    http://kennyidaho.com/tones.zip
     
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