Android Soundboard Template (with Sourcecode)

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In the zip file is a complete source of the quick soundboard template I made for Android devices. Before downloading this you must have some working knowledge of Eclipse and pushing your applications to the Android Market. If you know how to do those things then this should be really simple for you. If you don’t, I would still download this Android Soundboard Template, but still search online for other tutorials that can get you on the right track.

Within the template for the Android Soundboard you can:

  • Customize the look and feel of the template however you want using basic photo editing software such as Adobe Photoshop or Paint
  • Connect your applications to Google’s AdMob network by simply entering your AD ID
  • Create up to 25 custom sounds out of the box (you may also add as many as you like by going into the code and modifying it to your specifications)
  • Save each sound as a Ringtone or Notification (all file names are saved out dynamically from the name of your soundboard to the quote the user is selecting for easy finding)

This was created due to the mass amount of questions that I see online and in forums about each of the following topics:

  • How to create a soundboard for Android devices
  • How to use Google AdMob in my android applications, and
  • How to save each sound as a ringtone or notification
This is by no means the best way to setup a soundboard for the Android market, but this was made hopefully to alleviate some of the problems that I see constantly being posted online. Hopefully, you can use this template to further educate yourself in a learn by seeing environment.  Below is a video someone made using the template and basically showing howto set it up and create your own soundboard for Android.

Android Soundboard Template Video Tutorial:


If there are any question/comments/request please leave them below or on the youtube video above as I will check back into that regularly, hope this helps.

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