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I just bought a new phone and I do not like the default ringtones/notification sounds, but I like the ones on my old phone.

When I plug my old phone into my computer and go to This PC\KYOCERA\Internal storage\media\audio\ringtones like I have been told to go to for the default ringtones, the only ones that show up are a couple of custom ringtones I had put on previously. I want to extract the default ringtones like AT&T Play On and notification sounds like Syrma, so that I can put them on my new phone.

I would prefer not to install drivers/programs onto my computer, but it would be okay with installing an app on my phone if necessary. I have the default Windows 10 programs on my computer, as well as and file commander and the rest of the default Android 5 apps on my old phone.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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    Chances are that someone has already extracted the ringtones from the device rom and published them somewhere in the web. Just search Google for "your-device-name ringtones". Dec 4, 2017 at 11:26

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You probably need a file browser on the phone to access (need root), or adb pull

The built-in ringtones are located in

/system/media/audio/ringtones

... instead of your Internal Storage.

You can also extract them from a ROM .zip file downloaded from elsewhere without looking into your phone. Just navigate to the same path above and take all files out there.

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    adb pull /system/media/audio/ ./ did the trick, special thanks
    – deFreitas
    Dec 27, 2020 at 15:10

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