SGS3 Media Files (Alarms,Ringtones...etc)

vibranturk

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SGS3 Media Files

Included Files:
-Alarms
-Ringtones
-Notifications
-UI Sounds


If you know how tou use then:
-Must work with any phone...
-Must work with any froyo-GB-ICS...
-Must work with any ROM (Stock-Custom-CM7-CM9-MIUI-AOKP...)


Using Files: First extract ogg files from downloaded rar file...

Copying the ringtones into the SD card folder may enables the files to show up in the ringtones selection. If your phone can not play ogg convert them to mp3 with using any 3. party program...

For Samsung Phones: Coppy ogg files into the correct SYSTEM/MEDIA/AUDIO folders with any root explorer then RE-BOOT. And make sure set permission to rw-r-r by root explorer.

Converting ogg to mp3:Get foobar and Lame encoder - then drag the files into the foobar window and then right click on the files (select all), convert (to mp3), and walk through the prompts (you need to download LAME too - try freecodecs.com)


Link:

www.mediafire.com/download.php?26wskymzz43wywr

To get MediaFire working on mobile browser: Go to the browser menu, and select "Request Desktop Site-View". MediaFire should load fine now...Or use dolphin browser and select ipad as user agent...

Alternative from Tx Redneck http://db.tt/BtuOk1v5

Alternative from jayharper08 http://db.tt/e37zuifx

Alternative from BLOWNCO ftp://www.blownco.com/Samsung/AT&T Galaxy Note/Media Files/SGS3 MEDIA by VIBRANTURK.rar

Alternative from plisk3n https://sites.google.com/site/plisk3n/SGS3 MEDIA by VIBRANTURK.rar

Alternative from pankaj88 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=26327574&postcount=4

Flashable Zips
Full S3 audio from rpr69: http://209.160.64.127/uploads/SGS3-audio-media-Skyrocket.zip

Full S3 audio from mixtapes08 http://www.mediafire.com/?3mdfuvnvgvj1ft2

Only S3 UI audio sounds from mixtapes08 http://www.mediafire.com/?5xhewlkqe1x3nen

Note: Flashable zip may not work for all devices...

P.S: Don't forget to hit thanks;)
 
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UniqueNate

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I replaced the UI sounds and rebooted but I get that paper ripping sound when clicking on things (old android sound) and I was hoping I was going to get that water ripple sound like the S III...

Update: I fixed it. It seems the nice bubble sound was a notification sound and not a UI sound. I found that weird because in the SGS III reviews you would hear a bubble sound with every press on the screen (those are usually the Effect_Tick.ogg) which are UI sounds. Anyways, I just renamed the bubble notification sound as Effec_Tick and override it in the UI sounds using Root Explorer. Now I have my bubble sound.
 
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mfr118

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I've downloaded the media file (.rar file) and put it on my Nexus S but can't seem to get it to work? Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
 

livetoskateaz

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so I went ahead and put the folders alarms,notifications and ringtones under the directory sdcard/media/audio and everthing is fine. I have all the notification sounds as well as alarm sounds and ringtones...


now for the UI files I went ahead and used root explorer and went to system/media/audio and copied my original ui folder and then replaced it with the new one...I have the unlock sound and lock sound working fine as well as the camera snapshot sound and a few others...i think. the touch sounds are the same and i noticed that there are files named keyPressspacebar, poweron and tw_volume_control. I do not hear these sounds when i perform the action on my phone...any reason why? other than that I cant complain and thanks for sharing!
 

prking07

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I replaced the UI sounds and rebooted but I get that paper ripping sound when clicking on things (old android sound) and I was hoping I was going to get that water ripple sound like the S III...

Update: I fixed it. It seems the nice bubble sound was a notification sound and not a UI sound. I found that weird because in the SGS III reviews you would hear a bubble sound with every press on the screen (those are usually the Effect_Tick.ogg) which are UI sounds. Anyways, I just renamed the bubble notification sound as Effec_Tick and override it in the UI sounds using Root Explorer. Now I have my bubble sound.
It is a ui sound! Its called TW Touch.ogg in UI folder! ;)

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda premium
 
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bertorelli_m

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Original permissions

Hey, guys. What I did was went into the /system/media/audio and I moved the 4 folders (alarm, notification, ringtones, and ui) onto my Sd card just incase something bad happened. And then I moved the new versions. I set the audio folders permission to rw- r-- r--. and I left the 4 folders permissions alone. Was I supposed to change each folders permission? And if any one knows, what are the original permissions for the folders, thanks, because now, my ringtones are not working. Thanks :D
 

chrisonline

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Is the Galaxy Nexus .ogg files compatible with ringtones etc.?
Or do i need to convert it to mp3?

Why do i have to copy the ringtones, alarms etc.. into the "SYSTEM" folder on Samsung phones?

On the sdcard there is a folder called media and audio.
Should work on this folder too i think?!

Or is the Galaxy Nexus not "Samsung" like?
 

thexxmax

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Do you know how to extract mp3 files out of youtube videos?
the only thing I found to make ringtones was this here, but it must work when you do it first as a exe file. good luck!