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To change my alarms I use the ES File explorer app: When I go to change the alarm it asks which app you want to change it with (if you have not set a default). I am able to chose between the built in media app and ES file explorer. If I chose ES File Explorer then I will be able to chose a file without having to shuffle around media files.
There is a folder called "Alarms" in your SD card. Just paste the sounds/songs you want to set there and it should appear when selecting sounds for the alarm.
The folder Media is the where all the Sound files are actually stored. Inside Media, it has its own Alarms, Notifications, and Ringtones folder. These are the folders where each respective sound file belongs. In my case, I wanted to create a custom alarm. I thought it would be as simple as dropping a sound file in there, but it wasn't. THERE'S A TRICK. In ...
There is a way around which I was able to use. Convert your favorite Alarm tone to .ogg format using any online tool. Following is a link to one of them - audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-ogg Now go to your \Systems folder and find the \Ringtones or \Alarms folder. There you can paste the converted .ogg file. Try to keep the file size below 200KB. Now, ...
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