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Question [Q] Add custom notification sounds to locked/s-on M8

Stupid/silly question, but I want to make custom notification sounds for my M8. Is there a way to do so considering I don't have access to the /system folder?
 
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On your sdcard or built in memory you can do this...

-make the following folders
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Alarms
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Notifications
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Ringtones

And just add your mp3 files in there and they will show up in the system settings

*you may need to do a reboot before they show up

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On your sdcard or built in memory you can do this...

-make the following folders
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Alarms
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Notifications
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Ringtones

And just add your mp3 files in there and they will show up in the system settings

*you may need to do a reboot before they show up

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Already had the folder and dropped a file in, works like a charm!
 
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On your sdcard or built in memory you can do this...

-make the following folders
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Alarms
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Notifications
- Sdcard/Media/Audio/Ringtones

And just add your mp3 files in there and they will show up in the system settings

*you may need to do a reboot before they show up

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The below work too.
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- Sdcard/Alarms
- Sdcard/Notifications
- Sdcard/Ringtones
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