Can't change default sounds...

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  1. DaDroidDude

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    Hi all.

    Luv this ROM but found a couple glitches.

    The most frustrating is that I go into Settings/Sound and set what I want my default sounds for phone and notification ringtones to be and they randomly change back to sounds that I can't even find in that list!

    I also looked in the sound setting of the Liquid App in the app drawer. No luck there either.

    The other thing that my wife found, being the software developer that she is, is if you open the app drawer in portrait mode, only one app shows up until you scroll, then they are all there.
    This makes no dif to me because I use my phone almost exclusively in landscape mode.
    Just thought I'd point it out in case the Dev didn't know.

    Thanks
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    Hmmm.
    No ideas?

    Further info.
    The notification sound that rings, that the phone changes back to regardless of what I set as the default is located in
    System /media /audio/ringtones and is called Solarium.

    I kid you not.
    There is no such sound with that name in the
    system/media /audio /notifications folder like one would expect, nor is it anywhere on the SD card.

    Now what?
    Thanks
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