I have added custom wallpaper and ringtones through TFTP server and all works well. I actually removed all of the wallpaper and ringtones that came with the devices and was trying to only put the custom ones on there as the options. This worked except for the "default" wallpaper and ringtone. Is there a way to remove these.
The default ringtone is Sunrise.rwb but I don't see that file out on TFTP server anywhere so I assume it resides on the phone?
Any help with removing these so I can use just the custom files is appreciated!
Thanks for the response. I have done this and I am able to hide the ones I want, but it still gives the default ringtone as an option. For instance, we have new Cisco 8841 and 8851 phones and the default ringtone is Sunrise. When I look at the original Ringlist-wb.xml file I don't see Sunrise listed as an option. So when I make a new file as shown below, it displays the ones I want as options but Sunrise is still there and can still be played and used. Furthermore, Sunrise.* is not on the TFTP server at all, so that leads me to believe it is on the device. So is there a way to prevent that from being seen?
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