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    How to change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet?

    I am fed up with the default notification sound that has been set on my Motorola Xoom Jelly Bean powered android device. I would like to know the procedure for changing this default notification sound with the sound tone of my wish. Is that possible?

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    vicky091992 vicky091992 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet?

    Hey
    You can take ringtones from other roms and add it to the ics or jb roms...

    1.select the ringtones of the rom you what to copy
    Goto the downloaded rom,double click it,open system then goto media and copy the audio folder(or the tones you what)
    2.select the rom you what them in
    Goto the rom you what them in and paste the set or files in appropriate locations

    After that flash the rom again...doing the wipes...

    That's one method..the other is u copy the files to internal memory card

    In the internal memory card there'll be a folder named "media"
    Open it and create a folder as "Ringtones" and paste the tones there...

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    anikrish anikrish is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet?

    Hi,
    In order to change the default notification sound in the android powered Motorola Xoom with Jelly bean 4.1. You can pull down the status bar or enter "Settings" there you will find an option as "Sounds" select that and in that you will be able to alter notification ringtone by tapping on the option listed under "Notification sounds" select that and change the notification sound to your required taste.
    Hope this Helps.

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    vinodmehta vinodmehta is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet?

    Offcourse you can change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet

    To change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet, you have to follow some steps:


    Steps:
    1. Go to Home Screen
    2. Go to Menu
    3. Tap on “Settings”
    4. Tap on “Sounds”
    5. Select “Notification sounds”
    6. Choose the desire ringtone
    7. Tap on “Ok”
    8. You have successfully done !!

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    Re: How to change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet?

    It is possible to change the notification tone in Motorola Xoom Jelly Bean.To do that first you should visit Menu from your home screen.Now in that will see settings.Open that,you will find Sound.Tap on that,drag to below there will see Notification Settings.Tap on that below will see Notification Ringtone.Tap that & a new page will be opened.In that page will see so many tones which you can set as notification tone.Chose any one which you like & tap on OK.That tone will be set as notification tone.

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    Manjeet Malik Manjeet Malik is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to change the default notification sound in Android Jelly Bean powered Motorola Xoom tablet?

    Hello sir,
    Follow these steps to
    change the default
    notification sound in
    your device
    1. First go to main menu
    2. Then go to setting
    3. Then tap on " sound "
    option
    4. Then tap on " notification "
    option
    5. Then select the desired
    ringetone
    6. Now press on " ok " button
    thank you.

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