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Can Nexus 5 Notification sounds/ringtones made into Omni?

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23rd January 2014, 01:07 AM   |  #1  
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Could be possible to have the new KK ringtones over omni? After testing AOSPA 4, cm11 and omni, the only rom having it is PA. The rest just have old JB sounds. I can attach what's inside the zip packages if needed too.

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So nothing?

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So nothing?

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well - if you would come up with a zip I will see what I can do
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@maxwen I'll try to extract /system/media/audio/ from aospa

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So wait... Do the official Google images have different tones than AOSP does?

I'm not sure if this is something we can do, as there might be copyright issues with the ones not a part of AOSP.

Someone could create a gapps-like package if they wanted to if that is the case.
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So wait... Do the official Google images have different tones than AOSP does?

I'm not sure if this is something we can do, as there might be copyright issues with the ones not a part of AOSP.

Someone could create a gapps-like package if they wanted to if that is the case.

Well at least N5 has different sounds, i don't own a N5 but a n4, i tested the port and it has totally different sounds, PA has the same sounds, here's the /media/audio folder from the rom zip.
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@maxwen check my last post, i already uploaded the sounds!
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Originally Posted by Entropy512

So wait... Do the official Google images have different tones than AOSP does?

I'm not sure if this is something we can do, as there might be copyright issues with the ones not a part of AOSP.

Someone could create a gapps-like package if they wanted to if that is the case.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=47979

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