In this guide, we will show you the steps to access the default Ringtone folder on your Pixel 7/Pro device. Every OEM packs in a few ringtones in the OS when shipping the device. However, for some, these tones might not be in sync with their requirements and hence they want to delete the already existing ones to make room for new ones.
On the other hand, there are a few users who wish to get hold of these stock ringtones and want to share them with other non-Pixel users. Well, irrespective of the task you intend to carry out, your first course of action should be to access the default Ringtone folder on your Pixel device. And in this guide, we will show you how to do just that. Follow along.
Where is the Default Ringtone Folder on Pixel 7/Pro
If you wish to delete existing stock ringtones or convert one of your own tons to a system ringtone, then your device needs to be rooted. However, if you are simply looking to get hold of one of the ringtones that are present on your device, then you could do that task even without root.
- To begin with, root your device via Magisk.
- Then download and install a root-supported File Manager [Solid File Explorer].
- Now launch it, tap on the hamburger menu, and select the Root partition.
- You’ll get a Magisk prompt, tap Allow/OK. Now go to the below location:
- All the system ringtones will be present there, you may now carry out the desired task.
- Download and extract the factory image for your device.
- Then download and install 7 ZIP File Manager.
- Now go to the firmware’s Image folder and extract it.
- Then extract the product.img via 7ZIP. Now go to the product>media>audio folder.
- All the system ringtones will be present there, grab hold of the desired ones!
These were the steps to access the default Ringtone folder on your Pixel device. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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