How to access all ringtones list in Android phone?

I want to access the ringtones list. How can I do that?

At later I want to add/ remove ring tones to library? Is it possible?

Asked by: Samantha841 | Posted: 24-01-2022

Answer 1

You can use the RingtoneManager to access all the existing ringtones.

Have a look at this question for an example of how to add ringtones.

Answered by: Chelsea535 | Posted: 25-02-2022

Answer 2

Try this to access the ringtone file

File racine = getDatabasePath("/system/media/audio/ringtones");

   final File[] liste = racine.listFiles();
    if (liste == null) return;
   final  int lng = liste.length;
    if (lng == 0) return;

Answered by: Owen162 | Posted: 25-02-2022

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