User Created Ringtones for Your Android Device
If you thought that our community was just filled with people whose creative scope was limited only to Photoshop, cooking, and coding, think again because we have some rather talented musicians among us. XDA member Willy318is is a proud Desire HD owner who was rather dissatisfied with the repertoire of ringtones offered by Google, and since he decided that he wanted to have something he would enjoy, the member decided to create his own ringtones. Not only that, but also decided to share them with the rest of the community for free, all of them! The ringtones vary in style and length, so there is bound to be a few that are of your linking.
Please leave some feedback if you are using them and you enjoy them.
I have created some Exquisite Ringtones for myself using my Musical Gear and Keyboard, and people started asking about these Tones, and I used to Proudly reply them back with
“These are My Compositions”
Since many people liked them, I thought that I should share it with my XDA Community.
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