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Custom alarm sound for Android phone

, 4 Feb 2012
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You can set your own recording, sound tracks, or even your favorite song as your alarm in an Android phone.

It is annoying that you cannot browse your favorite song or sound track from your music folder to set an alarm sound in an Android phone. People are going for alarm apps form the market. But there is a way to do this with the default alarm clock in Android phone.

Follow these simple steps:

  1. Connect your phone to your PC with a data cable.
  2. You will be notified: USB Connected. Select to copy files to/from your computer. Select that option.
  3. Select Connect storage to PC [this is called Mounting].
  4. Now you can explore the SD card storage in you PC.
  5. Simply create a new folder and name it alarms.
  6. Push all your favorite audio files to that folder.
  7. Eject your external storage form you PC, as well as from the Phone [Unmounted ].

Now you can see your favorite sound in the list of alarm sounds in your phone and you can wake up from your sleep in a pleasant mood.

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GeneralRe: well it dint work on HTC Hero and thus my comment. Probably ... PinmemberAniruddha Loya1-Mar-12 10:24 
GeneralReason for my vote of 3 You need to make that folder inside ... PinmemberAniruddha Loya29-Feb-12 9:39 
GeneralRe: of course you just add folder /sdcard itself. it ll work Pinmemberudhaya2code29-Feb-12 21:59 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 it's obvious, don't need any explan... Pinmemberatmelisiv8-Feb-12 21:23 
GeneralReason for my vote of 3 good PinmemberSANJAY DUSANE6-Feb-12 18:11 

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