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Using ES File Explorer, and setting ringtones
Some more questions from an Android newbie!
As suggested, I downloaded ES File Explorer and used it to create sub-folders for ringtones and such.
I then changed the ringtone for one contact and somehow it's now the default ringtone (don't want it to be). So I went to Settings, My Device, Sound and Ringtones. Instead of seeing a list of ringtones, the phone now lists a bunch of folders under: /storage/emulated/0. Here are my questions:
1. Where are the ringtones stored?
2. How can I toggle/switch back to the original view (original ringtone list)?
3. When I changed the ringtone for one contact, I did it by editing that contact's settings. Any idea what I did wrong that changed the default ringtone?
Thanks in advance for your help again!
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Forgot to mention this is on a Samsung Galaxy S4. (still learning the ropes!)
- 08-05-2013, 06:59 PM #2
You have to make sure you navigate to lowest parent folder to get to the system folder. Side note, I havent seen so much trouble related to ringtones lol. I thought they went out of style . J/k.
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- 10-07-2013, 11:26 PM #4
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