1. yuzu's Avatar
    Ive been trying to import my first new ringtone on my iPhone I have the ringtone in the Ringtones folder on iTunes on my mac. At first, I just plainly synced the selected ringtone under the ringtones tab with my iPhone plugged in. I then checked the ringtones on the phone, and it was not there.
    Then, basically, I went through mostly everything that Jing and Sharninder had discussed, including the manually managing music and videos, but after I checked that and attempted to sync the ringtone again, the Sync ringtones box had been unchecked, and when I tried to check it again it gave me an error message that said all existing songs, movies, and tv shows would be removed. So I went back to try to uncheck the manually manage etc. and it gave me the message that all existing content on the phone would be replaced with the content from my iTunes library. I clicked OK and once again tried to check the Sync ringtones box, but now it said that all ringtones on the phone would be removed and replaced with ringtones I have on iTunes.
    Again, it says in the Ringtones of the iPhone in the sidebar that the song is there. But it is not on the actual phone. I tried many things that were mentioned in the previous comments but I was unsuccessful.
    What should I do? Please Help!!!
    Thank you so much!
    Last edited by yuzu; 08-24-2009 at 09:44 PM. Reason: typo
    08-24-2009 09:44 PM
  2. chobbs1's Avatar
    Ok. Let's start from the beginning. Where did you get this ringtone? How long is the paytime and I am assuming that the ext is m4r.
    08-24-2009 11:21 PM
  3. Razelus's Avatar
    Did U set up your iPhone with another computer and not your mac first? I have a PC (UGH) and a Mac (yay) and it will only let me sync my iphone or iPods with one computer or the other, not both.
    08-25-2009 02:40 AM
  4. BENGRIMM's Avatar
    Sounds like you have a corrupt ringtone issue try and remake them .
    08-25-2009 12:15 PM
  5. yuzu's Avatar
    @ chobbs: I made it on iTunes. It is 29 seconds long and is an m4r file.

    @ Lzar: No, it has always been used with the mac.

    @ ben: Okay, I will try just in case. Thank you.
    08-25-2009 05:21 PM
  6. chobbs1's Avatar
    Before you changed the ext to m4r what was the ext? I have a feeling that it may have been still an mp3? You must convert it back to aac first giving you m4a as the extenstion. Then you can change it to m4r.
    08-25-2009 11:08 PM
  7. yuzu's Avatar
    it was an mp3, and i did convert it to aac before changing it to m4r.
    08-27-2009 09:30 PM
  8. BENGRIMM's Avatar
    A real quick easy and free program is iRinger it will take any MP3 and make it a ringtone , you can also do some editing in the program . Very easy to use & FREE !!!
    08-28-2009 09:42 AM
  9. chobbs1's Avatar
    Hmm well I am tapped out. Let us know how ot gets resolved.
    08-28-2009 08:10 PM
  10. sturamsden's Avatar
    If I remember correctly, you can't have the original AAC 29 sec version in your library when you drag the .m4r file back into iTunes. Try re-doing the the whole process and try deleting the AAC version first.
    08-30-2009 11:28 AM