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    I would like to turn it up, I like it loud
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    Blah, left my TouchPad (and BT headphones) at home today... anybody got the path?
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    /usr/share/systemsounds/appclose.pcm i think. got it from another thread so that's just a guess
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    Sounds about right from what I remember, without a device to check.
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    Thanks all. And while I'm at it I will turn up the typwriter sound too. So cool.
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    Well, this may be more difficult than I thought. Never heard of a pcm file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laingman View Post
    Well, this may be more difficult than I thought. Never heard of a pcm file.
    Pulse-code modulation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    its a file format pretty much

    audacity can probably open it or something
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    Yeah pretty sure Audacity can read .pcm files.
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    To add to this from what I found looking for info. PCM is an encoding scheme and a .pcm file would be raw PCM encoded data, with nothing to indicate the bitrate, # of channels, or sample size.

    Convert Raw PCM to WAV using Raw PCM WAV Converter

    In Audacity, you have to import it from the project menu and fill in those values. I dug around the 1.4.5 Dr that I had unzipped and found them, and luckily, the default settings (signed 16-bit pcm, little-endian, mono, 44.1khz) seemed to work.. it sounds like a swoosh anyway! I may play around some more. Edit2: the settings are definitely right.. the stuttering alert sound makes it obvious. (I actually used to think that stuttering was due to high CPU load - I didn't realize that was how it was supposed to sound)

    +9db seems to be a pretty good bump on the volume(though I haven't tried to stuff it back on the phone). I can't wait to make my new phone sound like a Palm Pre!
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