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    Default New Text Message
    MP3 format, for use with whatever you make Text tones with (ToneFXs)

    The text tone is a man who simply says "You have a message"
    also includes a synth part in the beginning, which I removed with toneFXs creator.

    uhavemsge1143219.mp3

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    Hey,
    Where can I get tonefx's? I am sick of the default text alerts and whenever i try to get a custom sound to work they never seem to, so I want to try something else. I just don't like that bell anymore.

    Also how could you provide some step by step assistance as to how to make your own? Or are there other files I can get somewhere? I've tried them in cydia but it's hit or miss for getting the sounds to work for my texts. Don't know if I'm missing something or what.

    Thanks

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    You have to take a sound file... convert it into a .aiff file using Switch (it's free for osx and windows) and then change the file extension to .caf to be used as a tone.

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    ToneFXs should be included in the default cydia sources, just look for it in all packages.

    And Poseidon, ToneFXs converts it for you and then allows you to apply it from the app on the phone.

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    you could also ssh into the phone and completly change the sound file also but there more steps involevddd. but this is cool thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deljonw View Post
    you could also ssh into the phone and completly change the sound file also but there more steps involevddd. but this is cool thank you
    No problem, and like you said sshing it takes a lot more time, paying the 1.99 or whatever it is now for ToneFXs is well worth it, they're a great company.

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    you can convert sound files to .aiff directly in iTunes

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    I just open up any MP3, Cut it via Audacity or QT, use QT to save it as AIFF, Rename extension to CAF and thats it.

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