Couple Questions on Notification Tones and Ring Tones.

Brew Swayne

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1. I have a few notification tones that I probably got from Zedge or something. Anyway, when I'm trying to set a specific tone for apps, 1 of the tones is displayed as "Unknown Album" instead of the actual file name. 1st pic is from the selection list, the 2nd pic shows it in my file manager with it's proper file name.

Any idea why it's not showing the proper name in the selection screen?

2. Is there anyway to delete stock tones and/or add additional tones to the actual system folders? I use Total Commander for a file explorer, so I can see the system folders that contain the stock tones and their contents, but I can't delete the stock tones or move new ones in there. Is that a root only thing or is there a different file explorer that can accomplish this?
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pool_shark

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Without root you can't add or subtract system files.
I don't know why you have the unknown.
I have mine in a notifications directory and they all show up with the correct names.
 

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