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Thread: Manually SSH Ringtones onto phone

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    Default Manually SSH Ringtones onto phone
    Morning All,
    I find it more slick to manually load on my ringtones and other tones via openSSH directly into the correct folders on the phone. Thanks to the new jailbreak I was able to upgrade to iOS 7.0.4. The ringtones are located in /private/var/stash/Ringtones. I loaded on my ringtones and made sure the owner and permissions were correct. Unfortunately the ringtones I manually loaded on don't show up. In previous iOS this was all I had to do. Does anyone know if there is a .plist or some other file that needs to be modified to get the ringtones to show up?
    Thanks,

    ~Niko

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    I sort of found a solution. If you delete one of the existing ringtones, and rename the ringtone you want to the same file name. For example delete apex.m4r and replace it with your own ringtone called apex.m4r it works. But it's not a very elegant solution. There has got to be a better way.

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    ToneEnabler...don't ask me how it works, I just know it lists all the tones within the directory.

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