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...

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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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    I tried renaming one but it didn't work. I'm gonna try the app next.
    Just for funny comments sake,I'm changing my keyboard sounds to peter griffin laughing for the letters,quagmire saying giggity for the space bar,stewie saying damn for the delete button and and I'm looking for one of them saying YES for the enter button.
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    App doesn't work either. Idk what to do now
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    Anyway you can post the sounds? I'd like to try it

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