Letting user save as ringtone or Notification... Please help

by SteelJ0ker » Mon, 08 Feb 2010 09:30:33 GMT


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 I've got a soundboard application created, but i want to allow the
users to be able to long press on one of the sounds and they can
select to save the tone as a ringtone or notification.
I've tried finding good solid examples i could learn from but i just
can't seem to figure it out....

any help would be appreciated. Thank you..

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