How to Get Android P Stock Ringtones, Alarms and Notification Tones

After various Android versions that we all know so well such as Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop and Marshmallow, Nougat and Oreo, Google roll out a beta test of Android P. Therefore, believe it or not, Android Oreo is already old news and thanks to the search giant Google for outing the first ever version of the next iteration of Android simply called P at the moment in the form of a Developer Preview 1.

What can I tell you about it? I love the change since Google has refined the user interface on Android P and the new version is more colorful than android Oreo ever was. There are plenty of exciting new features and the best part is that the developer community has started to test Android P.

Even if it is not ideal to be used on a daily basis, I get your excitement if you can’t wait to get some flavors of Android P. For example, the latest Android version comes with many ringtones, so what do you say about getting some Android P Stock ringtones in high quality?

In case of not being the owner of a Pixel series device to enjoy Android P Developer Preview, this doesn’t mean that you can’t have the stock ringtones that comes bundled with it. Thanks to Pradyumna Baraj over at MIUI forums for this full collection of ringtones, alarms, notification tones extracted from the Android P DP1 firmware package and see how easy is to grab them:

How to Get Android P Stock Ringtones, Alarms and Notification Tones:

  1. All you have to do is to click on this Android-P-Ringtones.zip;
  2. Once you download the file, it should appear in your notification panel;
  3. Tap on it to open it up, and you’ll be taken right to the .zip file on your phone in the Downloads folder;
  4. Find a word like “extract” or “unzip”, according to your device and tap on that;
  5. Your phone will extract the files, but they’ll be in the same location (Downloads);
  6. If your Android handset does not automatically extract the files, you should better use any third-party file explorer app to do it manually. However, your phone should detect the OGG files in this folder and load up the new ringtones on your own Android device.

Are you looking forward to using these Android P Stock ringtones, alarms and notification tones? Let us know in the comments area from below.

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