1. AC Question's Avatar
    Only one, stock sound unlike my countdown timer on my S5. Liked having that customization, had the Doctor Who tune Tick Tock Goes The Clock til' ***** Kills the Doctor.
    08-25-2016 01:30 PM
  2. KrimzonKhaos's Avatar
    Go in to the clock app itself, set the alarm, then under the settings for the alarm itself, you'll see the words Default ringtone (Spring), click on it to change it. You should be able to pick any ringtones you have on your device, including ones you have added via apps, as long as the app added them to the correct place. (your ringtones directory)
    OP here, had to make an account. In order to change my notifications I found a way online. You have to copy the sound into the notification folder. The countdown timer has no choice, I was wondering if there was currently a way to do it, along the same lines, or if I would have to wait for a patch that may never come =/ Seeing as there is no way to reply here that I know of, I had to submit this as an answer.
  3. pkcable's Avatar
    Go in to the clock app itself, set the alarm, then under the settings for the alarm itself, you'll see the words Default ringtone (Spring), click on it to change it. You should be able to pick any ringtones you have on your device, including ones you have added via apps, as long as the app added them to the correct place. (your ringtones directory)
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    08-25-2016 01:39 PM
  4. KrimzonKhaos's Avatar
    Go in to the clock app itself, set the alarm, then under the settings for the alarm itself, you'll see the words Default ringtone (Spring), click on it to change it. You should be able to pick any ringtones you have on your device, including ones you have added via apps, as long as the app added them to the correct place. (your ringtones directory)
    OP here, had to make an account. In order to change my notifications I found a way online. You have to copy the sound into the notification folder. The countdown timer has no choice, I was wondering if there was currently a way to do it, along the same lines, or if I would have to wait for a patch that may never come =/ Seeing as there is no way to reply here that I know of, I had to submit this as an answer.
    08-25-2016 02:00 PM
  5. KrimzonKhaos's Avatar
    This option wasn't showing up for me until a reload of the page, check my answer below.

    Apparently I mean above, and there's no option to delete.
    08-25-2016 02:05 PM
  6. pkcable's Avatar
    OP here, had to make an account. In order to change my notifications I found a way online. You have to copy the sound into the notification folder. The countdown timer has no choice, I was wondering if there was currently a way to do it, along the same lines, or if I would have to wait for a patch that may never come =/ Seeing as there is no way to reply here that I know of, I had to submit this as an answer.
    Yea sorry I misread! I think that work-around is it for now, OR a 3rd party app timer that has a settable tone, which I'm sure must exist. Found several....

    https://forums.androidcentral.com/e?...token=Jpsx1UGJ
    08-25-2016 03:05 PM
  7. KrimzonKhaos's Avatar
    Yea sorry I misread! I think that work-around is it for now, OR a 3rd party app timer that has a settable tone, which I'm sure must exist. Found several....

    https://forums.androidcentral.com/e?...token=QlIvagr4
    Thank you, I just would like to have it all in one, but if that is no longer a possibility then I guess I'll just have to live with it, but I would like them to change that little bit again. Might have to take this post into wanted features.
    08-25-2016 03:19 PM
  8. pkcable's Avatar
    Thank you, I just would like to have it all in one, but if that is no longer a possibility then I guess I'll just have to live with it, but I would like them to change that little bit again. Might have to take this post into wanted features.
    Contact Google? Not sure how much success you will have BUT it's worth a shot!

    https://www.google.com/contact/
    08-25-2016 03:27 PM
  9. Un4gtble14U's Avatar
    if we can find where the dang sound file is. I would suggest a simple hack. Sane sound file type...IE mp3, just take the original save it to another folder. copy the new sound into that folder renaming it to that same file name. I would think it work. I have the s7 and today the da-dink-da-dink tone didn't wake my rear up. I don't like installing a lot of the Ringtone already created files as it it loads more crap we're onto your phone. I did download a ringtone maker and have had a pleasant experience of changing my calendar notifications as well as my ringtones.

    Would like to know where the TIMER folder is or how I can change the file/tone. So not kewl Android.
    11-23-2016 10:20 PM

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