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Replaced "water bubble" UI touch sound - Gallery still does it, why?

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By mrmartin86, Senior Member on 9th January 2014, 05:43 AM
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Hello everyone,

I have a AT&T Galaxy S4 (technically Active, but honestly the carrier doesn't matter for this particular situation and the actual Active thread is all but dead and this applies to any TouchWiz S4). Like the title says, the weird thing is, I've replaced the "water bubble" stock touch sound in the system/media/audio/ui to be the stock 4.4 sound and everything works fine as it should except the galley app. When I go into the gallery app and click on a particular gallery to open and view pictures, it still makes the "water bubble" touch sound. Am I missing a secondary location of one?

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9th January 2014, 07:24 AM |#2  
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Hello everyone,

I have a AT&T Galaxy S4 (technically Active, but honestly the carrier doesn't matter for this particular situation and the actual Active thread is all but dead and this applies to any TouchWiz S4). Like the title says, the weird thing is, I've replaced the "water bubble" stock touch sound in the system/media/audio/ui to be the stock 4.4 sound and everything works fine as it should except the galley app. When I go into the gallery app and click on a particular gallery to open and view pictures, it still makes the "water bubble" touch sound. Am I missing a secondary location of one?

Thank you!

Dude...decompile the gallery apk and you will find the sound in the app subfolders after decompile!It should be in "res" folder.
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Dude...decompile the gallery apk and you will find the sound in the app subfolders after decompile!It should be in "res" folder.

I didn't even think of the sound being built into the app itself. Decompiling unfortunately is beyond me, I'll just seek a stock gallery replacement. Thanks for the help!
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