Rings Extended

4.2
35.3K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Replaces the standard ringtone picker with a new one that makes it easy to select from installed music tracks & other sounds. Just go to Settings or an application's settings for a ringtone and you will be prompted to use Rings Extended.

1.3 Adds sorting music by time and fixes another force close error.
1.4 Changes to improved holo-style UI and fixes bugs.
Updated on
Feb 10, 2014

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4.2
35.3K reviews
A Google user
October 18, 2019
I've been using this application for years now (I think since before the last update in 2014) and it still runs great! Concerning the issue some of you are (were?) having with the OK button and screen filters, that's a new (at the time) Android security feature to keep apps from giving themselves permissions by clicking OK buttons. If you use the built in blue light filter in Android, that problem goes away. Also, I'm running this on a Galaxy S10+ currently running Android 10. It works fine!
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Mike Bolle
May 28, 2020
When I first installed it it was working great I can select my own sounds for incoming text emails and personalize ringtones for each individual person. Then I got a software update and some features don't work as well. Others don't work at all. Very sad I love this app! Please update! I'm rocking the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus already an updated phone I'm sure! So it should be easy to make this work again. Not for me but for the developer I hope :-) fingers crossed
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Sean Cotter
June 15, 2020
Worked perfectly for the past 7 years! I used it on my first smartphone and every one since (assuming the ringtone didn't automatically transfer). Having Rings Extended installed just adds another option for selecting a ringtone in your system settings, so you can even uninstall afterwards it if you don't plan on changing ringtones often. It worked on my Pixel 3a XL despite the "This was made for an older version of Android" warning.
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What's new

1.4.2 fixes some issues on Android 4.4.
1.4.1 fixes a crash on Android 2.2 devices.

Changes in 1.4:
- Now uses a holo UI on Android 3.0 or later.
- Front-end reorganized to make it easier to understand the available options.
- Sorting is now controlled by swiping instead of hidden menu commands.
- Now explicitly requests read access to external storage, to fix bug when external storage protection is enabled in developer options.

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