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Just like you put those custom audio files into Ringtones directory for the purpose of using them as Ringtone, you need to put your custom files again but in another directory named Notifications (under /sdcard) to have them listed under Default notification ringtone. That would be sufficient. Note: reboot the device if the Settings app doesn't show those ...


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With root access, simply rename, move, or delete the file: /system/media/audio/ui/PowerOn.ogg This solution may work for other Samsung Galaxy models, and perhaps other makes as well, provided the sound file can be located.


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I'm not aware of a native solution, but my app listing for Volume control has an app called Ringer & Notification Unlink. It requires root and the XPosed framework, but should do its job. From the app description: Since ICS, Google has decided to link the volume of ringer and notification volume together. This Xposed module can separate the two ...


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I use a Cambridge Audio DAC Magic XS with my Nexus 5 running Marshmallow and it works fine. I have also tried a Behringer 8 channel desk that has usb audio interface, and it seems to work as well.


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Currently there is no built-in protocol for "stock" Androids to connect to remote Pulseaudio servers. However, a custom ROM HAS been made to include Pulseaudio as the Android sound engine. Maybe soon your answer will be built into Androids. SO. What CAN you do to get Android sound to a remote rendering engine? One answer says send it over Bluetooth which ...



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