Some phones make it difficult to add alarms or notifications sounds to your phone. Other phones will often have default tones
that are annoying or just downright hideous. Fortunately for all the Droid users out there, you can add all the sounds you want so that your Android phone will have customized sounds for everything from alarms to notifications and more.
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How to add alarms/notifications to your Android phone
Michael Callahan: Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how you can add alarms and notification sounds to your Android phone. Some phones limit that not on the Android phone. First you need a file manager. I use Androzip. It's free. It's available on the Android market, if you don't have a file manager Android you can find a free one in Android market once you do you know want to go into. Now once you are in you are going to need to make a new folder Androzip by tap the menu and then I get the options to create a new folder. So I will tap that and now when it prompts you for a name you do want to type in alarms and once you've done that and a sound files that you put inside the alarms folder will be available to set as sounds for alarms or notifications when you are working with your Android phone. So this is a quick and easy way that you can add sounds for alarms and notifications to your Android phone and that's all there is to it.
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