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Way to Restory Factory Notification Sounds?

Discussion in 'Android Audio and Video' started by Sean22, Mar 13, 2011.

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    Hi folks,

    In the process of erasing all the music on my Droid, I also wiped out my entire notifications folder - losing all sounds (alarm clock, SMS notification sounds, etc.).

    Does anyone know of a way to restore these? Or would anyone be willing to post those sounds as a zip file?

    Thanks very much.

    -Sean
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    Well, you would remove the music by deleting it from your SD card or just copy the files if you want to restore it later to a computer. But your notifications, any custom ones would have to be deleted individually. Problem is I'm not quite sure where they are kept.

    I use ringdroid so for me I would just open that up and delete the ringtones I created. Your's I'm not sure. I do now that even if you do a factory data reset the ringtones don't disappear. They won't be the default but they would still be there.

    You may try a hard factory data reset. I've never done one but that might remove your non standard notifications.
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    Thanks. At this point, all I'm looking to do is get those factory sounds back on my SD card. I accidentally erased all of them from my PC and SD card. I'm not worried about any custom notification sounds or tones.
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    Oh, well that's easy. Settings/privacy/factory data reset. That will bring the whole phone back to it's original settings.

    Three is no other way to restore default sounds.
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    That did the trick. Thanks for the help.
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