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Re: Alarm Clock Question
Another way you can do it with the stock app is when you look for the ringtone to use for the alarm, use the file explorer to go to the folder where you keep your music files (I'm not really sure what the default folder is - ?music?.... because I load music with the ISyncr app which puts the files into a folder labeled syncr). You can choose any file from your music files to use for the alarm.
Originally Posted by Rocketsaucev2
Another way - again with the stock clock app or any notification tone - is to use an app like Ringdoid. It interfaces with your music files (see above on which folder to find them in) and places them in your ringtones folder.... which can also be accessed for an alarm tone.
The standard clock app works great for my use, I haven't seen a need to explore other apps for alarm, clock, timing (stopwatch, countdown) etc.