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Topic # 65203 30-Jul-2010 23:00
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Hi all

I read in another post some instructions as to how to add notification sounds from my PC onto the HTC Desire.  It is suggested I should add the sounds to the folder for notification sounds on SD card, but I can't find any such folder.  Is it just me?

Thanks for advice    :-)

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  Reply # 360465 30-Jul-2010 23:02
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You need to create all of the folders on your SD card. Put the required sounds in the appropriate folder and you'll see them in the list of sounds/notifications when you go through Settings etc.



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  Reply # 360555 31-Jul-2010 10:19
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Hey BigHammer, thanks for your reply :-) It'll be great to have my own sounds in.

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  Reply # 361152 1-Aug-2010 18:58
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Hope it worked out for you. Nothing worse than being stuck with default ringtones!



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  Reply # 361235 1-Aug-2010 22:31
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Thanks, yes it worked fine.  I now have my full library of animal sounds loaded in.  Cheers   :-)

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