Copying ringtones from one phone to another?

  bellacampen 08:14 06 Sep 2018

I have two cellphones, different brands, android 2.3.4 and 4.1.2. On the first phone there are some stock ringtones I like that are not on the other phone (both regular ringtones and notification ringtones).

I want to copy the ones I like from the first phone and put them on the second phone. I tried looking through the folders on the first phone and can't find any ringtones. Any help appreciated. Thanks. Neither of the phones are rooted.

  jamejirayu 09:25 05 Oct 2018

If these are stock ringtones chances are you can't access them unless you're rooted. If they're not stock (or if the manufacturer made them available) they should be on an easily accessible folder named "Ringtones" and/or "Notifications".

Now, if they are stock and to save you the hassle of rooting one phone just to extract the ringtones, you could download 1">[click here on the second phone and just search/download the first phone's ringtone by name. Chances are someone else has already extracted it and uploaded it to the service. I've been able to find all ringtones I've searched so far... Granted, I haven't searched for a lot hehe but from BlackBerry's to Samsung's (Top dzwonki), there's a pretty good chance they're already there.

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