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I just took delivery of a 16Gb Motorola "Moto G" for review, and so I've ripped the "Lock.ogg" and "Unlock.ogg" sounds from KitKat, in:

/system/media/audio/ui/

... and uploaded them for you, to put on your San Diego :)

 

 



Here's how to install them:

Extract the attached ZIP to Desktop, then...
 

1/ ## You need to be rooted, have "usb debugging" enabled and have Intel Medfield (adb) drivers installed. You also need to have "adb" and "fastboot" in your "PATH" environment, or know how to invoke them from their *absolute* PATH, eg: "C:\Users\Me\Desktop\android\adb.exe <command>"  ##

 

    If you need the Windows drivers:    https://www.dropbox....p1.1.5.zip?dl=1

 

2/ Once rooted, open a command window, navigate to the directory containing the two .ogg sounds you extracted from the attached ZIP file, and type the following in the (black) command window ( "[return]" means press return/enter key ):

adb push Lock.ogg /sdcard/Lock.ogg [return]
adb push Unlock.ogg /sdcard/Unlock.ogg [return]
adb shell [return]
su [return] <---- You may get a "SuperUser" "Allow/Deny" popup on the San Diego screen; ALLOW it.

mount -o remount rw /system [return]
mv /system/media/audio/ui/Lock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Lock.ogg.orig [return]
mv /system/media/audio/ui/Unlock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Unlock.ogg.orig [return]
cp /sdcard/Lock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Lock.ogg [return]
cp /sdcard/Unlock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Unlock.ogg [return]
chmod 644 /system/media/audio/ui/* [return]

reboot [return] <---- REBOOTS YOUR PHONE - USE WITH CAUTION IF YOU HAVE UNSAVED WORK ETC

Done :) - you now have MUCH better Lock/Unlock sounds than the crummy defaults.Attached File  Moto_G_Lock_Unlock_OGG_Format_Sounds.zip   9.56KB   74 downloads


Edited by glossywhite, 02 March 2014 - 12:41 AM.

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Thanks for your shared.

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Thanks for your shared.

 

Thank you for your thanks, and you are welcome. God bless you :)


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Well, that was pointless lol

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Well, that was pointless lol

 

^ And this wasn't?

If you didn't like it, walk away and keep happy :)

 


Edited by glossywhite, 05 March 2014 - 10:16 PM.

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^ And this wasn't?

If you didn't like it, walk away and keep happy :)

 

NVM


Edited by BlueMoonRising, 06 March 2014 - 09:29 AM.

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I just took delivery of a 16Gb Motorola "Moto G" for review, and so I've ripped the "Lock.ogg" and "Unlock.ogg" sounds from KitKat, in:

/system/media/audio/ui/
... and uploaded them for you, to put on your San Diego :)




Here's how to install them:
Extract the attached ZIP to Desktop, then...

1/ ## You need to be rooted, have "usb debugging" enabled and have Intel Medfield (adb) drivers installed. You also need to have "adb" and "fastboot" in your "PATH" environment, or know how to invoke them from their *absolute* PATH, eg: "C:\Users\Me\Desktop\android\adb.exe <command>" ##

If you need the Windows drivers: https://www.dropbox....p1.1.5.zip?dl=1

2/ Once rooted, open a command window, navigate to the directory containing the two .ogg sounds you extracted from the attached ZIP file, and type the following in the (black) command window ( "[return]" means press return/enter key ):
adb push Lock.ogg /sdcard/Lock.ogg [return]
adb push Unlock.ogg /sdcard/Unlock.ogg [return]
adb shell [return]
su [return] <---- You may get a "SuperUser" "Allow/Deny" popup on the San Diego screen; ALLOW it.

mount -o remount rw /system [return]
mv /system/media/audio/ui/Lock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Lock.ogg.orig [return]
mv /system/media/audio/ui/Unlock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Unlock.ogg.orig [return]
cp /sdcard/Lock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Lock.ogg [return]
cp /sdcard/Unlock.ogg /system/media/audio/ui/Unlock.ogg [return]
chmod 644 /system/media/audio/ui/* [return]

reboot [return] <---- REBOOTS YOUR PHONE - USE WITH CAUTION IF YOU HAVE UNSAVED WORK ETC
Done :) - you now have MUCH better Lock/Unlock sounds than the crummy defaults. Moto_G_Lock_Unlock_OGG_Format_Sounds.zip

Where did you buy the moto g, how much, and on what network / plan?

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Where did you buy the moto g, how much, and on what network / plan?

 

The (physical) O2 shop, Prepay upgrade = £99.99 (8Gb version) and the plan is unknown; I use giffgaff. Well chuffed :D

Thank you; hope that was helpful :)


Edited by glossywhite, 07 March 2014 - 12:35 AM.

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Yes I am sorry!

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Yes I am sorry!

It's alright, thank you for saying sorry :) have a lovely day.


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