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    Go on youtube and type in "how to put ringtones onto iphone" they have some good videos explaining how to do it and their are some pretty easy ones.
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    westcoast...yah I think we can all agree audiko, brinked and itunes are probably the best ways to create and get custom ringtones on the iphone. I cant stand watching some of them youtube tutorials, some are very poorly done..but its youtube so...
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    Hi, you can use Daniusoft iPhone Ringtone Maker, it is a amazing tool for me.
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    Google a sound editor and save your final version as mp3.

    Find a free ringtones adder and save the mp3 to your phone as a ringtone
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    i remenber that a friend had recommend a software that can convert any songs to ringtone for iPhone ,Blackberry ,Zune and many other mobilephones...

    just cannot find it from my PC this moment...
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    I found a great free download it's called iringer & it is the easiest to use. You just use a song off your pc or a cd you can drag the song to where you want it to start. Then when it's the way you want it all you do is hit the export button & it goes striaght to your itunes file. I made 1 yesterday & then my 10 year old niece made one for her ringtone on my iphone so it is quite easy.
    Last edited by ddclark94; 08-18-2009 at 06:42 AM.
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    this is the best and easiest ringtone maker...thanks
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    Your phone simply does not come with the appropriate ringtones for your needs as a professional. Dogs barking, pinball machines and face melting guitar riffs may be fine for fooling around on a weekend, but they're as likely to blow a big deal for you as spilling coffee down your shirt before the meeting.

    These are not your teenagers ringtones. These are clean, sophisticated, high quality business ringtones.
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    Actually, the best "business" ringtone is to keep your phone on silent!
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    Default yup u can

    myxer.com is the place to find ring tones and creat ur own how u want it
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    Yes you may use those Mp3 as ring tones its really good.
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    Yes...I like to use Iringer. Super easy to use.
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    I used iRinger but iTunes will not let me use the ringtone.It shows it's there in iTunes but not in my phone.
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    Love it. So easy to use
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    This is an awesome post, I've always wanted to know how to make my own ringtones and now I know! Thanks so much guys
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    Check out iringer.net It's EASY, QUICK, SIMPLE. And it's FREE.
    1.) Import
    2.) Create
    3.) Xport to iTunes
    4.) Sync to iPhone

    BAM... Ringtone
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    This is the way I create ringtones (this works on a Mac, not sure about a PC):

    1) Find MP3 in iTunes.
    2) Right-click song and pick Get Info.
    3) Go to Options tab and select a 30 second or less window of the song where you want the ringtone to be (for example, start at 1:01 and stop at 1:22.500).
    4) Right-click on file and select Create an AAC version.
    5) Go back to Get Info on the original and remove start and stop times.
    6) Find AAC version in your iTunes folder, and rename it from song.m4a to song.m4r and double-click it.
    7) Delete AAC entry in iTunes since that m4a file is no longer there.
    8) ???
    9) Profit.
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    iPhone ringtone maker will do this job.
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    definitetly change the ringtone
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    iringer.net is d biz
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    Quote Originally Posted by wsblackcat View Post
    i have a mac!
    i just posted up a tutorial for ringtones for mac users. you can actually create your own for free on a mac, with garageband, out of anything you want.

    my blog link is in my sig, i posted a tutorial for mac users a few days ago.
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    i really would like to make my own now that i have figured out, thanks to some members here, how to put them on the device (iphone folders)
    but the issue i am having is i'm not a fan of music ringtones.
    having a hard time finding 'normal ringtones'

    any suggestions?
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    He is a cool program to aid in the creation of ringtones

    Jokosher
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLiNK View Post
    i really would like to make my own now that i have figured out, thanks to some members here, how to put them on the device (iphone folders)
    but the issue i am having is i'm not a fan of music ringtones.
    having a hard time finding 'normal ringtones'

    any suggestions?
    are you using a mac or a pc?

    also, if you convert a file to .m4r then you should be able to just drag them into the ringtones tab of iTunes and sync your phone then it'll just show up under custom in sounds ---> ringtones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipstix6996 View Post
    He is a cool program to aid in the creation of ringtones

    Jokosher
    will give this a try. thank you


    Quote Originally Posted by iMuggle View Post
    are you using a mac or a pc?

    also, if you convert a file to .m4r then you should be able to just drag them into the ringtones tab of iTunes and sync your phone then it'll just show up under custom in sounds ---> ringtones
    win xp pro
    I will be using iPhone Folders due to the fact I am wanting to change my text/email tones.
    will be using iTunes for the conversion.
    Last edited by BLiNK; 11-17-2009 at 08:19 PM.
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