1. vatsyk's Avatar
    It sounds pretty odd, but how to change the default alarm sound?, I checked all the menus and did not find a proper tab
    05-08-2010 03:52 PM
  2. rpfarrah's Avatar
    Hmmmmm. I looked around and didn't find it either. I'll keep hunting and let you know if I turn something up.
    05-09-2010 09:24 AM
  3. Strygun's Avatar
    The alarm sounds are set individually with each alarm. Open up the screen where you can set alarms, then look below "Description" and it says "Alarm Sound."

    So, in steps, that's:
    Clock>Slide bar at bottom to Alarms>Add alarm>Alarm sound.
    05-09-2010 09:38 AM
  4. tom1l21's Avatar
    The alarm sounds are set individually with each alarm. Open up the screen where you can set alarms, then look below "Description" and it says "Alarm Sound."

    So, in steps, that's:
    Clock>Slide bar at bottom to Alarms>Add alarm>Alarm sound.
    Is there any way to specify a default alarm sound so I don't have to change it after adding a new alarm? Mine is set to "growl" which is so freaking loud and annoying. Using evo on cm6
    10-24-2010 02:18 PM
  5. userNo99's Avatar
    I have the same issue. Using a Kyocera Echo on rooted Froyo.
    09-07-2011 09:09 AM
  6. Wanda's Avatar
    Not to be an a$$ but you know this thread is
    A) almost a year old
    B) the Droid Incredible forum.
    09-07-2011 09:49 AM
  7. TBolt's Avatar
    lol.
    09-07-2011 05:17 PM
  8. vijer's Avatar
    So the thread is several years old now and yet Google still hasn't fixed this simple problem.
    02-25-2014 08:15 AM
  9. exmilguy's Avatar
    So, after I was late for work because the nice alarm sound I used was locked in as the default I found out how to change it on my Droid Maxx, may work for others. I used the voice recognition to set an alarm, opened that alarm and changed the alarm sound to the rooster alarm. I then set a second alarm and it showed the rooster alarm as the default. So, it is possible to change it, just a shame it isn't an option in sounds like it was on my Bionic. Ease of navigation is something people like and Google better realize that, the price on the iPhone 6 was actually cheaper than my phone...and I understand it is more user friendly than before.
    09-15-2014 08:28 AM
  10. Arshsingh13's Avatar
    it's very simple
    first download "Es file Explorer file manager" application from play store
    then go to the location where song is saved
    like in my case I want to set a whatsapp audio that my friend send me as an alarm...
    so I went to file manager then whatsapp folder then whatsapp audio folder and I clicked on the audio it gave option to open in which application such as Google play music and es media player
    click on es media player then there's a three vertical dots at top right click on that and set Ringtone then set as alarm click on it.... That's done now your song will be available but you have to select it
    go to clock
    click on sound and your song will be available click on that....
    ENJOYYYYYY
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    11-13-2014 04:22 PM
  11. Arshsingh13's Avatar
    It sounds pretty odd, but how to change the default alarm sound?, I checked all the menus and did not find a proper tab
    11-13-2014 04:28 PM
  12. Arshsingh13's Avatar
    it's very simple
    first download "Es file Explorer file manager" application from play store
    then go to the location where song is saved
    like in my case I want to set a whatsapp audio that my friend send me as an alarm...
    so I went to file manager then whatsapp folder then whatsapp audio folder and I clicked on the audio it gave option to open in which application such as Google play music and es media player
    click on es media player then there's a three vertical dots at top right click on that and set Ringtone then set as alarm click on it.... That's done now your song will be available but you have to select it
    go to clock
    click on sound and your song will be available click on that....
    ENJOYYYYYY
    11-13-2014 04:29 PM
  13. Steve_Karl's Avatar
    it's very simple
    first download "Es file Explorer file manager" application from play store
    then go to the location where song is saved
    like in my case I want to set a whatsapp audio that my friend send me as an alarm...
    so I went to file manager then whatsapp folder then whatsapp audio folder and I clicked on the audio it gave option to open in which application such as Google play music and es media player
    click on es media player then there's a three vertical dots at top right click on that and set Ringtone then set as alarm click on it.... That's done now your song will be available but you have to select it
    go to clock
    click on sound and your song will be available click on that....
    ENJOYYYYYY
    Thank you. What I was missing was using the "es media player" and then the 3 dots top right.
    07-13-2016 07:02 PM
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