more android touch sounds?

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    Does anyone know of a way I can add different touch sounds to my arsenal? Like,my old LG dare had 6 or 7 I think and I am really getting tired of whatever the default sound is on android. Would love to have something like wood block or chime when I touch. Any response is appreciated. Thank you.

    P.s. I'm on a rooted HTC DNA with stock Rom,if that helps.
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    Has no one had this idea yet? seriously? How can the most simple additions be overlooked?
     
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    Are you looking for notification sounds? If so Zedge has a big selection...

    Noted2x..
     
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    TOUCH SOUNDS. >>>>TOUCH<<<< sounds. Sounds that happen when I touch the screen.
     
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    Haha.. I think I missed that part... Hopefully someone with a DNA can come in to answer.. On my Note 2 they are located in system/media/UI but I'm sure it's not the same.. Root explorer or similar app can be used to moved sound files to folder once we locate where...

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    I found my folder. Its under system/media/audio/ui. But they are all in ogg format. I can download the sounds that I want and just swap the files out but how to I properly make them into the needed ogg file?
     
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    Awesome.. Same location as my phone... Nice

    Where are you pulling the sound? Do you have a link? I'm on the go but I'm sure it will be easy..

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    When I had my D1, I just renamed them by changing the file extension to .ogg with a file explorer.

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    I'm editing them out of random stuff I find with a ringtone cutter. I found some good ones but haven't tried just renaming them yet. I found an audio converter on the play store that says it can convert whatever to ogg. Should i use that or just try to rename them.
     
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    From my experience, renaming them will either work or not work. I've even taken whole mp3 songs & used them as alarm sounds without renaming them. But if you have an app, that should work. I haven't broken anything by doing this.

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