1. |-KGB-|CaptHowdy's Avatar
    as the title says, i might have missed it. I apologize. I have been using Android for years and finally made the jump. This is my first iPhone. thanks
    01-12-2012 05:27 PM
  2. w00dy's Avatar
    This is the method I use. It is also the first google response for your question. Enjoy!
    01-12-2012 11:40 PM
  3. anon(4732323)'s Avatar
    Download 'Ringtone Designer' - works great for me
    01-13-2012 06:43 AM
  4. leyonchung's Avatar
    download some.
    01-13-2012 08:13 AM
  5. Granny Dee's Avatar
    I'm new at this and played around last weekend figuring this out. This is how I created ringtones:

    *Open iTunes (you can only use music you have purchased on iTunes)
    *Select music/highlight song/right click/getinfo/options; choose start time & stop time.
    *change the stop time to 0.40.000 Hit ok
    *Select the edited song (with short playing time); right click/choose 'create AAC version'
    *Choose the AAC version; Right click choose 'show in Win Explorer'.
    If the name has a #1 in it - remove #1
    *Select song/click on the tools folder/options/view
    Uncheck 'hide extensions for known file types'. Hit apply.
    *Select your song & change extension to .4r
    click yes to dialog box
    *In iTunes - select tones & then drag your selection from Win Explorer box to iPhone ringtones folder to the right of Library Panel in iTunes
    *Now select your devise, chooose rintone tab, choose sync ringtones/selected ringtones; hit apply
    *Check menu under your device. A ringtone folder is there-click it to see new custom tones.

    After you've done this a couple times, its really easy. I hope this helps.
    01-15-2012 03:11 PM
  6. Peligro911's Avatar
    Download a ringtone maker app


    Sent Into Orbit from my iPhone 4S using Tapatalk
    01-15-2012 03:42 PM
  7. rdiddy_25's Avatar
    Here's the sticky from Ringtone and Wallpaper forum
    http://forums.imore.com/iphone-ringt...ringtones.html
    Alli likes this.
    01-15-2012 06:28 PM
  8. takeshi's Avatar
    *Select your song & change extension to .4r
    Note that the extension should be m4r.

    After you've done this a couple times, its really easy.
    It's a lot easier than listing out the instructions makes it seem.
    01-15-2012 07:00 PM
  9. grimduk's Avatar
    If you own a Mac you can use garage band to cut any song into a ringtone then send it back to iTunes
    01-15-2012 07:26 PM
  10. GingerSnapsBack's Avatar
    I use this site. You can save them as m4r when you make them.
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    01-17-2012 11:04 AM
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