Android default or currently set alarm tone

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How can I get default or currently set music/tone/sound for Alarm (Default app) ?

Say if I wake up every morning with alarm song playing: Song, A) using default alarm app,

 how can I get that Song A)  in my custom app?

Perhaps there is a way to open default alarm tone  and let user set it in custom app? Or does all of that need to be custom coded?
May 30, 2022 in Others by polo
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ringtoneAlarm.setStreamType(AudioManager.STREAM_ALARM); 

this make it play alarm even in silent mode.

answered May 31, 2022 by nisha
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