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Where is the System sound file for network error?

asked 2015-10-13 18:10:27 +0300

AbyZThomas gravatar image

Anybody know where the network error sound audio file that gets played when a call is missed or hung up by the caller?

Since Jolla hasn’t fixed this annoying nework error sound issue yet, and it is so consistant, as a work around, I want to replace the network error file with a simple beep. It is demoed in this video. It is so loud even when the ring tone is set to 20% volume.

Jolla, please fix this issue!!!

I looked in /usr/share/simkit/audio and found 4 files playing the same sound - error.wav, sad.wav, negative-acknowledgement.wav and radio-path-not-available.wav. I replaced all of those files with /usr/share/sounds/jolla-ambient/stereo/close_app.wav and restarted my phone. It still plays the same old error sound when I don't pick up the call before it gets transferred to my voice mail or the caller hangs up.

Where is the error sound file that it is playing?

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answered 2015-10-14 02:17:05 +0300

Edz gravatar image

As far as I'm aware, the tone you're talking about, is generated by the telephone service and is not on your device. But I do agree something should be done to decrease the volume.

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