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    Question change sounds (not ringtone)

    Hi,
    anybody who knows if it's possible to change the sounds for new email or calendar alert?

    Thanks
    Flo



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    yes, you can change them with iFuntastic, its in the filebrowser, somewhere in a folder "UIkit" or something like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by fwerbin View Post
    Hi,
    anybody who knows if it's possible to change the sounds for new email or calendar alert?

    Thanks
    Flo
    If you've installed SSH on your iPhone, you can just scp them in.

    The system sounds are in:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds

    alarm.caf
    dtmf-2.caf
    beep-beep.caf
    dtmf-0.caf
    dtmf-1.caf
    dtmf-3.caf
    dtmf-4.caf
    dtmf-5.caf
    dtmf-6.caf
    dtmf-7.caf
    dtmf-8.caf
    dtmf-9.caf
    dtmf-pound.caf
    dtmf-star.caf
    lock.caf
    long_low_short_high.caf
    low_power.caf
    mail-sent.caf
    middle_9_short_double_low.caf
    New-mail.caf
    photoShutter.caf
    ReceivedMessage.caf
    RingerChanged.caf
    SentMessage.caf
    short_double_high.caf
    short_double_low.caf
    short_low_high.caf
    SIMToolkitCallDropped.caf
    SIMToolkitGeneralBeep.caf
    SIMToolkitNegativeACK.caf
    SIMToolkitPositiveACK.caf
    SIMToolkitSMS.caf
    sms-received.caf
    Tink.caf
    Tock.caf
    unlock.caf
    ussd.caf
    Voicemail.caf

    The ".caf" format is very similar to ".aif" which is the audio interchange format used by most Mac apps when editing uncompressed audio, eg, QuickTime Player (Pro), GarageBand, Peak, iTunes, etc. (QuickTime Player can also open .caf directly.)

    Save your new sound as a .aif file then rename to the sound you want to replace, with the .caf extension. Then copy into the above location.


    I've changed a few sounds on mine, including a much quieter shutter sound so people don't know when I'm taking a photo, and the original BBC Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy sound effect when the iPhone comes out of unlocked mode...

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    Very helpful and detailed, thank you!

    Will try immediately

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    Hello Dotmike, do you know where the native ringtones on the iPhone are located? Id like to change the default "New Text Message" alert tone with one of the bulit-in ringtones.
    Regards


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    What would happen if you delete one of the .caf files all together? for instance if i were to delete the photoshutter.caf would it eliminate the shutter sound for the camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMannOC View Post
    What would happen if you delete one of the .caf files all together? for instance if i were to delete the photoshutter.caf would it eliminate the shutter sound for the camera


    yes I just deleted and the sound went away..

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    i second that, i would like to change my sms ringtone to the usual NOKIA ringtone, which i have in a ringtone format

    but in what folder in the iphone are the sms ringtones located?


    THANKS

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    any windows tips please,step by step tricks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by john74 View Post
    any windows tips please,step by step tricks?
    You can follow post #3 under windows too
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