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How to add your own slider sounds on the ppc 6800 AKA mogul by htc

D/\SH

Member
Alright heres how you do it


step 1 get your 2 files, as far as i know they HAVE to be .wav files the shorter the better....

step 2 name the closing sound #_in.wav and the opening sound #_out.wav (where # is any number greater then 2 because 0 1 and 2 are taken up by the default sounds, i am assuming you can add as many as you want, and just keep them in the numerical sequence) and then copy them into your windows directory on the device

(now the registry editing begins)

step 3 browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > HTC > Sliding sound
and make a new key and number in sequence (so if this is your first it will be 3)

step 4 create a new string and set the value name as Default and for value data, name it whatever refers to your sounds

step 5 create another string set the value name as: in and enter the value data as title of your #_in.wav you made earlier

step 6 create another string set the value name as: out and value data as your #_out.wav you made earlier

step 7 (to make sure the reg edits stick) press the power button on your device on the side, leave it off for 30 seconds, turn it on, then back off and soft reset the device

step 8 go into your sliding sounds settings and apply your new sound scheme
 

Donkeythekidd

New member
You said you assume you can add as many as you want. Has anyone been able to add more than one? I tried to add 3 but only the first one showed up and worked. The other two didnt even show up. I followed the directions exactly keeping them in the numerical sequence, my first one was 3 next 4 then 5. Same as the wav. files. Any ideas?

TIA
 

D/\SH

Member
yeah for sure i have 11 of them on my phone at this very moment. after you do the registry tweaks to one of them push the power button and leave it like that for bout 30 seconds and than turn it back on and make sure that the changes stuck. after that do a soft reset and you will be fine to do another. Ive got a couple of them converted over to a cab file but i need to figure out how to make it so that more than one cab can be installed at the same time. I hope that this helps ya bro if not post what problems your running into in this thread and i will guide you through the process. Good Luck
 

Donkeythekidd

New member
OK I got it to work. What I did wrong was after I created the first one I did like you said and restarted it, that one went through, but then I waited to restart it again untill after making the next two, instead of doing the restart after each one. That was my mistake. So I just deleted them and started over doing the restart after each one. Works Perfect. This was my first registry edit and it went great, thanks to your easy to follow directions.

Thanks!!!
 

troubledrican

New member
hi i followed all your instruction to the tee. i have a ppc6700 and i didnt have a slidingsound key in the registry so i created it and the the subsequent registry values but when i power off for 30sec and then reboot i dont see the option in personal sounds and notifications. please help me?
 

Cell

New member
step 3 browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > HTC > Sliding sound
and make a new key and number in sequence (so if this is your first it will be 3
I dont get how to do step three can some one please explan a little better:glasses:
 

Cell

New member
Yea I'm still lost i downloaded it and i still cant browse i dont know whats going on do i put the Mobile registry in my window file and then convert
 

CuzinBucksBx

New member
so i reset and did everything and it still didnt come up i think i need more help lol.

Hey hit me up at CuzinBucksBx on aim

I will take you step by step ( Was that a show in the past anyways ) to help you with this great trick....

**Tease** Some of my Themes come with Sliding Songs stay tuned
 

D/\SH

Member
ok you have the registry editor and all correct? you followed and know where the strings are at that are to be changed correct? you put the 2 wav files in the windows folder correct??? after you changed the strings to your wav files you pushed the power button than let it sit for at least 1 minute and than powered back on opened the program back up from either xbutton or under settings/system/memory/running programs and than open to make sure that they still stuck and if they did close the program completely by going back to the settings/system/memory/ running programs than close the program.... than do a soft reset if you follow that on top of the way to do it from the tutorial that i wrote it will work... good luck and hopes this helps
 

CuzinBucksBx

New member
Alright heres how you do it


step 1 get your 2 files, as far as i know they HAVE to be .wav files the shorter the better....

step 2 name the closing sound #_in.wav and the opening sound #_out.wav (where # is any number greater then 2 because 0 1 and 2 are taken up by the default sounds, i am assuming you can add as many as you want, and just keep them in the numerical sequence) and then copy them into your windows directory on the device

(now the registry editing begins)

step 3 browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > HTC > Sliding sound
and make a new key and number in sequence (so if this is your first it will be 3)

step 4 create a new string and set the value name as Default and for value data, name it whatever refers to your sounds

step 5 create another string set the value name as: in and enter the value data as title of your #_in.wav you made earlier

step 6 create another string set the value name as: out and value data as your #_out.wav you made earlier

step 7 (to make sure the reg edits stick) press the power button on your device on the side, leave it off for 30 seconds, turn it on, then back off and soft reset the device

step 8 go into your sliding sounds settings and apply your new sound scheme

Later 2morrow I will you tube how to do it....Soo Stay Tuned!!!
 

Gmcampbell1

New member
I think i did everything correct, but when i look in sliding sounds and i see what i put them (ex sega) It doesn't play, i dont think i put the file in the right place, it says windows directory but i'm not sure where that is, i placed it in my windows based device next to the storage card and program files and my documents, is that the correct place?
 
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