android l system sounds

You can download and enable Android L system sounds on your phone even if it doesn’t have Android L. System sounds on the new version of Android are improved and now they are better than KitKat. Android L brings a lot of improvements and changes over the previous version.

It has new user experience, new Material Design, faster performance thanks to ART runtime system and improved battery life thanks to the new Power Saving mode. Even though Android L hasn’t been officially released for supported devices just yet, a lot of features have already been ported to devices with KitKat and even older Android version. Check out the list here for all Android L applications and themes you can download and install on your phone.

Also Read: Download Calendar App With Material Design Android L Theme

Another thing that has been released are the system sounds. System sounds on Android L have been improved and they are less annoying than before. You can download and install Android L system sounds on your phone and replace them with stock sounds.

android l system sounds

Guide

1. Download Android L system sounds here. They will be inside a zip file.

2. Move the file to your phone and turn it off by pressing the power button.

3. Boot your Android phone to Recovery. Different phones have different key combinations but it is usually Power + Home + Volume down or Volume up buttons.

4. Once you are in Recovery, using the volume keys scroll to “Install Zip file”. Select the option by pressing the Power button.

5. Go to your phone memory and find Android L system sounds zip file and click install.

6. The, wipe cache and dalvik cache and reboot your phone.

Also Read: How To Download and Install Full Android L Theme

When the phone is fully working, every system sound that it previously had will be replaced with Android L sounds including lock screen sound, notifications, alarm and more.

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