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Alarms and Ringtones of WP7
Every day we find more interesting stuff coming from WP7. This time, XDA member bugsykoosh extracted the sounds for alarms and ring-tones of the upcoming Windows Phone 7 from the latest emulator.
The sounds were extracted from a video, and on the compressed zip file you can find more than 20 new sound files for your Windows Mobile device.
Originally posted by bugsykoosh
The Alarms and Ringtones of Windows Phone 7
Here are the alarms and ringtones from Windows Phone 7 from the latest emulator build. They were created by taking Long Zheng’s video, extracting the sound and cutting it. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzrgG…layer_embedded)
Thanks to Anudeep for helping out!
Knowledge level: 1 (easy)
You can find more information in the sounds thread.
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