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Thread: Using Ringdroid, how do I make a ringtone for notifications only?

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    Using Ringdroid, how do I make a ringtone for notifications only?

    My custom ringtone shows up in the CALL ringtone list, but not the NOTIFICATION ringtone list. Help?
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    Ringtones are separate from Notifications. Just the way it is.
    Personally I don't see the need for a ringtone app. If you go onto you SD card and create two folders..... 1) "ringtones" and the other 2) "notifications". From there place the sounds/mp3's you wish to use for either ringtones or notifications (appropriate folder) and they will show up in the selection list!
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    Well I used Ringdroid to "cut" an mp3 down to the clip I want. Guess I'll have to find a computer program that can do that, haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minmongoblin View Post
    Well I used Ringdroid to "cut" an mp3 down to the clip I want. Guess I'll have to find a computer program that can do that, haha.

    You can still use ringdroid, just place it in the notifications folder....
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    Make Your Own Ringtones - Free Ringtone Maker This is what I use to cut them down. It's free, it's simple. There's others out there too, just so happens this is what I use.

    Not saying not to use the Ringtone apps. I just find it easier to create the two SD card folders and manage them all that way
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    Just use astro, or another file manager to move the file you made...
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    Oh! I never even noticed that it asks you what you want to set it as! Thanks man (or lady, whichever)
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    ringdroid

    My song snippet goes away after an hour or so...can't seem to access my sd card...how do I get in there?
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    savedbyzero... Download ASTRO app to access ur sd card..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin030908 View Post
    Ringtones are separate from Notifications. Just the way it is.
    Personally I don't see the need for a ringtone app. If you go onto you SD card and create two folders..... 1) "ringtones" and the other 2) "notifications". From there place the sounds/mp3's you wish to use for either ringtones or notifications (appropriate folder) and they will show up in the selection list!
    This "phone" is friggen amazing...thanks for the tip
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