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Install 20 Classic Ringtones Pack On Any Android Device [CWM Package]

In case you are a Ringtone buff but don’t want to search and download your favorites one by one, then there is something that can help. SCIENTYREAL, XDA member, has compiled 20 classic ringtones ClockworkMod flashable package for Android that carrier at least a tone to everyone’s rhythm. The ringtone package comprises of classic cartoon tones, TV Shows, movie themes, video games and bits and pieces from other media content. The music flies are in OGG format and can you can unpack the zip archive to listen to these ringtones prior to flashing them on your phone. It’s needless to mention that you need to have root on your phone along with ClockworkMod Recovery installed.


Here is how you can get this ringtone package on your Android phone :

Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.

  1. The first step is to download 20 Classic Ringtones CWM package from here and save it on your computer.
  2. Once done, connect your phone to the computer, mount SD Card and copy the zip file to SD Card root.
  3. After this disconnect your phone from the computer and reboot your device in ClockworkMod recovery mode.
  4. Once in the recovery mode, Install Zip from SD Card following onscreen options.
  5. Reboot your device after the flashing is complete and open Settings > Sounds > Ringtones.
  6. If you are able to see ringtones with “aa” prefix, then you have successfully managed to flash the ringtone package. We tested this on your rooted Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy S with positive outcomes.

If you don’t want to flash this package through CWM recovery, then you can follow this alternative method provided by SCIENTYREAL at XDA:

Make sure that your other ringtones are in the folder /system/media/audio/ringtones/ using a system file explorer.
Alternative method
– Find out where your ringtones are located.
– Download the zip package.
– extract the .ogg files
– copy the files to your sd card
– make sure that the system is write enabled
– copy the files from the sd card to the right folder

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