We are still a number of months away from Android P final release but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have parts of the official P experience right now on an older Android device. Yes, that’s right, thanks to the initial developer preview of Android P it’s now possible to download and install all ringtones and system sounds.
As you may already know, the initial Android P developer preview was seeded a number of days ago in order to give developers a chance to test out what’s new in the latest version of Android and whether or not their apps, games, and software play nicely with the release.
It’s also an opportunity for lovers of the system to investigate exactly what’s going on under-the-hood and to extract any assets and pieces of interest that could be of interest to the community. And that does include all of the aforementioned ringtones and sounds from Android P.
The 12 individual ringtones that you will find linked here and able to download were all extracted from the Android P factory image that was released to developers a number of days ago. They are offered in their entirety and in full high-quality OGG format for anyone who wants to take them and get them installed on their existing Android device.
This basically means that you can get a small understanding of the Android P experience without having to wait until later this year in October to get them in an official capacity. And, of course, as we know, just because Android P is released around October doesn’t necessarily mean that your device will be getting it. If, at all.
Additionally, you will also find some notification and system sounds that all form part of the Android P audio experience, That includes 12 ringtones, 15 notification sounds, 12 alarm tunes, and 25 UI files which are played at various parts of the Android P experience. Of course, there’s nothing quite like experiencing the whole Android P experience first-hand, which will happen in due course.
But, if you class yourself as a hardcore Android user who doesn’t want to go through the hassle of installing a developer preview, then you can at least sample a small part of it right now. Grab the full download from here.
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