For more help with ringtone customization, check out this post on a similar issue with a Dell phone , as well as this post on how to change your Android device's ringtone. If you need any help finding the files you want to modify, try searching for Beep or for Notification . For a more general search on your device, try for Beep or
If you still experience the problem, you can create a custom ringtone for your favorite app. The steps for creating a custom ringtone are as follows:
Open the phone's native ringtones app.
Go to the main menu and select Ringtones & Apps.
Tap on the Add new ringtone icon.
Select Create new ringtone.
Using the New menu, select Custom.
In the Sound file field, select Ringtone.
In the Sound file field, use the Select file button to select the ringtone you want to add.
Click the Set button.
If you want to use a custom ringtone rather than the system default, you'll need to put the file into the /system/media/audio/ringtones directory on the SD card. There, you'll find a bunch of default ringtones for your device.
If you find a ringtone that's not working for you, you can change the sound file it uses. In the Sound file field, use the Select file button to select the file.
Note: If you are concerned about privacy, NOT making custom ringtones is a good thing. Do you really want the system to play your notification ringtone every time there is an incoming call? When you grant apps permission to be able to play notification sounds, you are giving them permission to play the loudest sounds they can. The worst case scenario is that your phone will beep or ding in a very jarring fashion every time it receives an incoming call or text message. 827ec27edc