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  1.    #1  
    It is getting annoying.

    Or does anyone know any existing patches that gets rid of that sound?

    Alex
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    Go to Sounds and alerts -> turn System Sounds to Off
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    put phone in vibrate mode
  4.    #4  
    I need notification sounds, so can't do that.
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    You'd have to replace the sound file (PCM format). I forget where they are located at though...

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    The pcm file is located in /usr/share/systemsounds/

    I'm not sure which file it is.
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    you could try to move that file from the folder to a backup folder with Internalz to see if that will stop the sound.

    the name of the file is
    appclose.pcm
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    A year later, I still like the swooshing sound.
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    Hey, turning off system sounds won't turn off notification sounds Much easier than deleting a file with the risk of messing up something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by simsor View Post
    Hey, turning off system sounds won't turn off notification sounds Much easier than deleting a file with the risk of messing up something...
    Yea notification sounds for email and text at least are in prefs in the app


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    Quote Originally Posted by simsor View Post
    Hey, turning off system sounds won't turn off notification sounds Much easier than deleting a file with the risk of messing up something...
    yep its absolutely true, had mine off for 15 months now, haven't missed a notification sound yet.

    and i don't miss that swoosh either.
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    try this.

    unzip file and send to;
    /usr/share/systemsounds/
    Attached Files Attached Files
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    Quote Originally Posted by swieder View Post
    A year later, I still like the swooshing sound.
    me too....
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    It might be fun to have another sound file which you could swap, perhaps a dog barking every time you closed an app. Is it possible to convert mp3 or wav files to pcm ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChasT View Post
    It might be fun to have another sound file which you could swap, perhaps a dog barking every time you closed an app. Is it possible to convert mp3 or wav files to pcm ?
    Yea it's possible. PM NachoB, he seems to be pretty good at it...

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    if you want to know how to convert .mp3 files to .pcm...look in this thread here: http://m.forums.precentral.net/palm-...tmf-audio.html
    I'm pretty sure it goes over everything there (relatively easy to do,as well)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledge007 View Post
    if you want to know how to convert .mp3 files to .pcm...look in this thread here: http://m.forums.precentral.net/palm-...tmf-audio.html
    I'm pretty sure it goes over everything there (relatively easy to do,as well)
    Ah, that's the thread I was looking for...

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    almost forgot about that one. Nice walkthru as well.
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    What i did above was to rename a file that was already in that folder .
    the sound was so low i had to turn up my computer speakers all the way up hear it.
    Then i played another file and got blown out of my seat .lol
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    What I do every time there is an update / I doctor, and the dreaded swoosh comes back.

    Create new .txt doc on my pc, and rename it to appclose.pcm

    Copy appclose.pcm to /usr/share/systemsounds/ using WebOS Quick Install.

    Reebot. Enjoy.

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