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Topic # 6220 7-Jan-2006 13:39
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Figured out how to add new ring tones to my Apache. How does one change the alert tones, IE alarm tones and other notification alert tones?

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  Reply # 26545 16-Jan-2006 11:27
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I am surprised no one has responed to this

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Reply # 26551 16-Jan-2006 13:35
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Alerts are changed in Start | Settings | Sounds and Notifications | Notifications. Alarms are changed in Start | Settings | Systems | Clock & Alarms | Alarms, tap in the yellow bell icon and change the tone there.





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  Reply # 26553 16-Jan-2006 13:39
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Opps I should have said how does a person add new alert tones. I have managed to add new ring tones but not new tones for alerts. I can't see where the alert tones are stored on the device, ie what directory.


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  Reply # 26566 16-Jan-2006 16:40
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If its the same as the Harrier then just drop the files in the Windows folder.




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  Reply # 26728 19-Jan-2006 09:11
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yes that work..so all you do is drop wav files and than you can use these.

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