Change All Your System Sounds in Android
Not too long ago, we published an article regarding an app by XDA member beanfarmer, which allowed the user to change the lockscreen default sounds. The dev decided to take things a few steps further and decided to make an app to change any and all system sounds. Change any and all sounds to personalize your device even further than just sticking to theming and bootscreen replacement. Needless to say, you will need root for this to work. Also, you will have to pay attention at the sound file formats that you use as you will not be able to just use any file. There are plenty of free converters online if you need one.
The dev is still in the process of development for this app, so you may encounter a few bugs along the way. Please report them if you do.
hay guys ive been hard at work trying to get the lock sound changer updated whist doing so i thought id start a bigger project to change all of the system sounds.
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