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How do i change system sounds i.e. email, sms, ringtones,alarm?

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By a5ian300zx, Senior Member on 23rd May 2011, 08:35 AM
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Hi all,

Just wanted to know how i can change incoming system sounds now my phone has been rooted

1) I want to be able to change SMS, Email, Alarm?

2) Wanted to know were to store/place ringtone files?

3) Does anyone know if the standard alarm have a snooze function?

After the above i want to change to custom icons

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23rd May 2011, 10:08 AM |#2  
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The alarm clock has snooze by default.

For my ringtones etc, I have a folder on my SD named Media and sub folders marked notifications, ringtones, alarms, wallpapers. The phone seems to be able to make sense of this and shows the alarms in the alarm clock etc.

To change ringtones etc you go into the app and press the menu button. You should be able to change the tones etc in there.
23rd May 2011, 10:21 AM |#3  
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For changing ringtones and sms tones, you go into settings. (on your home screen press menu) go to Audio (or Sound/Notifications, whatever our may be) and there you'll have the options to change type ringtone and sms notifications.

Setting different tones for every audio requires you to go into that app and change the settings individually.

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23rd May 2011, 11:22 AM |#4  
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The alarm clock has snooze by default.

For my ringtones etc, I have a folder on my SD named Media and sub folders marked notifications, ringtones, alarms, wallpapers. The phone seems to be able to make sense of this and shows the alarms in the alarm clock etc.

To change ringtones etc you go into the app and press the menu button. You should be able to change the tones etc in there.

thank will give this a try.

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23rd May 2011, 11:23 AM |#5  
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For changing ringtones and sms tones, you go into settings. (on your home screen press menu) go to Audio (or Sound/Notifications, whatever our may be) and there you'll have the options to change type ringtone and sms notifications.

Setting different tones for every audio requires you to go into that app and change the settings individually.

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy SII with XDA Premium

when i go into this menu it only show to phone default tones and nothing else and don't even get a option to select any other files or folders.

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thank will give this a try.

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this has worked you have to create the folder in the phones memory not external SD card.

how do i customise notification for each item i.e. I want a different one for SMS, EMail, Voicemail etc.

but the options only allows for one notification for all?

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You need to go into each app and in the settings menu there should be an option for notifications.
25th May 2011, 06:59 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by a5ian300zx

this has worked you have to create the folder in the phones memory not external SD card.

how do i customise notification for each item i.e. I want a different one for SMS, EMail, Voicemail etc.

but the options only allows for one notification for all?

a5ian300zx

mine work from external sd but have it rooted and r/w files ke7 firmware
29th May 2011, 11:05 PM |#9  
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Hi,

thanks for the replies,

Does anyone know if its possible to have different notification i.e. SMS, EMail, voicemail etc?

at the moment its seems like you can only have one notification sound for all.

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