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Alarm issues!

Discussion in 'Android Audio and Video' started by gracie82, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. gracie82
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    gracie82 New Member

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    I know this has prolly already been covered, but I am not real tech savy so if anyone has time to walk me thru every single step to put a ringtone as my alarm please do so! These alarm options are pathetic!
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    Plug your Droid into your computer, you will get an icon in the notification bar to mount the SD card, do that so that you can read/write from your computer.

    On your computer, navigate to the SD card and create a folder called alarms.

    Drop any mp3 file you want in there (ogg's should work too, the default sound files are all ogg's)

    Open your notification bar and unmount the sd card, you should now be able to choose your new sound as an alarm.

    You can do the same thing with notifications and ringtones. Just create the appropriate folders on the sd card.