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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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My problem has been solved. I tried this trick and it works. Open the folder on your mobile. It is WhatsApp/Media/WhatsApp Voice Notes/ Select all files all any files you wanna copy to your computer Attach them on email and send email to yourself Now open your email on computer and download the attachments. Tadaaaaa~~~ Now you have the files on your ...


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What you can do is tap the volume down button a couple of times so your phone goes into do-not-disturb mode You can also do this by pulling down to the quick settings and tapping the do-not-disturb button there


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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 found the HF Button Widget to be the most comfortable way to toggle the speaker while the earphones are plugged in.


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I suppose you have voice tags on your phone or tablet. They are in the folder sdcard/Viber/media/PTT. They are designated by numbers 1, 2, ... without the extension. First you need to install Viber on your computer. Install Audacity on the PC as well. Run Viber on the PC and let send a short voice message from somebody to you. If this is the first report ...


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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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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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There are many stock apps which you defenetely shoud'nt disable as it can problems to your stock frimware behaviour. I also once disabled lots of packages as i thought it will save battery and ram but it turns out there are extensions or side apps which are required by other apps to get/run their content. for example there is an sideapp called media storage ...


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Downloaded songs as in songs you purchased? Yes, their should be MP3 files you saved somewhere and they should show up in PowerAmp or can be imported. If by downloaded songs you mean Google Play licensed content, streams or cached music, no, you cannot play them with a different player.



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