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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by minmongoblin, Jan 3, 2010.
My custom ringtone shows up in the CALL ringtone list, but not the NOTIFICATION ringtone list. Help?
Ringtones are separate from Notifications. Just the way it is.
Personally I don't see the need for a ringtone app. If you go onto you SD card and create two folders..... 1) "ringtones" and the other 2) "notifications". From there place the sounds/mp3's you wish to use for either ringtones or notifications (appropriate folder) and they will show up in the selection list!
Well I used Ringdroid to "cut" an mp3 down to the clip I want. Guess I'll have to find a computer program that can do that, haha.
You can still use ringdroid, just place it in the notifications folder....
Make Your Own Ringtones - Free Ringtone Maker This is what I use to cut them down. It's free, it's simple. There's others out there too, just so happens this is what I use.
Not saying not to use the Ringtone apps. I just find it easier to create the two SD card folders and manage them all that way
Just use astro, or another file manager to move the file you made...
Oh! I never even noticed that it asks you what you want to set it as! Thanks man (or lady, whichever)
My song snippet goes away after an hour or so...can't seem to access my sd card...how do I get in there?
savedbyzero... Download ASTRO app to access ur sd card..
This "phone" is friggen amazing...thanks for the tip