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setting custom notifications and alarms

Discussion in 'Bugless' started by zerokewl, Jul 20, 2010.

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    So I've been searching for alternatives or fixes for this last night and a bit this morning and I can't seem to find anything. I've created the media>audio>notifications/alarms/ringtones directories, but none of the files I put in there show up when I got to chose notification ringers or alarms. Am I doing something wrong here? Is there a way to just access the system folder where all the default ringtones are and just add them that way?
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    I have a /sdcard/notifications and /sdcard/alarms directories and I'm able to access the MP3 files I've stored in those directories to use as notifications/alarms without any problems.
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    Custom notifications? Custom Alarms? What are you guys doing? Playing Revellie every morning?
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    Nope, but I could if I wanted to! LOL

    I've got the Terminator 2 theme for calendar notifications, AOL's You've Got Mail for e-mails, Chewbacca's growlie thing for text messages, Darth Vader breathing for GTalk, etc., etc., and I wake up to a song of my choosing each morning, rather than a jarring alarm sound.
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    Living la vida loca, Christie!

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    Mine work fine..in your folder structure listed I don't have the audio subfolder, just media then seperate alarms/notifications. Also have you restarted your phone?
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