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How would I get a noise as my text message alert? I cant find any voice recording software on my iPhone?
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You can't change the text message alert sound atm. EDIT: To clarify, I mean you can't add custom tones for messages.

Voice recording is also not available without hacks.
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If you go into Settings>Sounds>New text message, you can change the tone to something different.
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But I think that it is only one of their preset ones...
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If you go into Settings>Sounds>New text message, you can change the tone to something different.
These are not someone's own recordings/ringtones they are set by factory default and cannot be changed.
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But I think that it is only one of their preset ones...
You are correct
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If you connect through a server client or something like that go into the springboard and you can change it in there.
Only works with Jailbroken with open ssh

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