Andriod Message Tone App

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  1. greddie

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    does anyone know any good android apps that will take a sound file and save it on an HTC desire HD so i can set it as a notification / message tone.?

    all the ones i have work for ring tones, but it want them as notification sound.
     
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    Can you not just drag and drop on the pc and then just set it via notification settings?
     
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    Ringdroid lets u edit ur music too so u can just use a particular piece of a track if u want.
     
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    but i dont seem to be able to save them message tones or notification sounds
     
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    You make it your default notification sound for your ring tone and it should appear on the list in the text message notification sounds. Thats how i did it anyway!
     
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    Dunno if it will work the same for your phone but try this.

    Connect to your computer -> Open the folder "Media" (If it doesn't exist then create the folder) -> Open "Audio" (Again if it doesn't exist create it) -> Open "Notifications" (same biz about creating it if it's not there -> Put your mp3 or wav file in here and it should appear in the menu for your notifications when you disconnect
     
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