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Anyone know how to change the text alert on Iphone and add your own?

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Anyone know how to change the text alert on Iphone and add your own?
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
You can't, only unless it's jailbroken.
#2
It can only be done if its JailBroke. There are many a clip on youtube that can help you :)
#3
Pr3cious18
You can't, only unless it's jailbroken.


RiPPeR
It can only be done if its JailBroke. There are many a clip on youtube that can help you :)


Damn its not jailbroked! so no way to do it then poo!
#4
i know...i would like to change mine but not jailbreaking it until out of warranty
#5
how do you do it with a jailbroken phone????
#6
czar.nik
how do you do it with a jailbroken phone????


I haven't done this myself but here is a link CLICK

Or text

[COLOR="Red"]Originally Posted by LVCIFER
Ok, no problem.

-First, you find the audio file that you want to be as your new TXT notifier, try to find it as any of the following file formats:

wav, mp3, aiff, m4a

-Then, load it into iTunes. Click on Edit > Preferences > Import Settings > Advanced, and set the conversion encoder to AIFF.

-Go back into your library inside iTunes, locate the file you just added, right click on the sound file you imported, and select "Convert to AIFF".

-Let it convert.

-Once it's done, right-click the file, and go to info. Follow the path to that file, and then simply rename it to *.caf.

-Open up iPhone Browser.
-Click on Goto Location > UISounds on the top bar.
-Locate the files named "sms-received1.caf", "sms-received2.caf", "sms-received3.caf", "sms-received4.caf", "sms-received5.caf", "sms-received6.caf". Decide which one you don't like, and delete it.
-Lets use the first one, "sms-received1.caf" as an example. Delete that ******** from the original directory.
-RENAME your NEW ringtone to "sms-received1.caf", and drag it into that iPhone Browser directory.
-Go to your iPhone, select "Tri-tone" as your message, and that will be your new SMS/TXT/MMS Ringtone.

Voila, thats all it is. it sounds like a lot of steps, but once you do it once or twice, its really second nature.[/COLOR]
#7
http://www.macroplant.com/iphoneexplorer/

This application can be used to browse your i-phone.

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