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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 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. I have been looking online for hours and have found no answers to this.

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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". – Demis Palma ツ Dec 4 '17 at 11:26
  • @DemisPalmaツ, please turn your comment into an answer, I'd like to upvote it :-) – Jens Bannmann Sep 12 '18 at 20:19
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You probably need an on-phone pile browser to access (or adb pull)

The builtin 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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