1. tipsynoodle's Avatar
    I have always had a audio wave file as a ringtone on my iphone, put it on myself , but when itunes crashed on me, took all my music and created a damaged file, i had to re import my music back from that file, then i had to resync my iphone and lost my ring tone in the process.........anyways i got my ringtone sent to me via email and its a wave file. i used some re pro program to convert into mp3 (4) file but i have no idea how to rename the file to mvr..The file is now in my itunes library..where do i go to do that???is it in computers? i can right click the file got to info and change the name but it doesnt do anything.....also my new itunes does not have the ringtone folder anymore??? How do i import my file into the iphone if i don't have that folder?? this the ringtone i want to put back on my phone, could someone convert and send to me in the format i need? I also used ringtone recorder to get it so i wouldnt have to pay and sent it to myself, it worked the first time.
    blastro.com/artists/artistpage/E-40.html?lp=2&rtid=503008
    12-23-2009 01:31 AM
  2. flyingember's Avatar
    it has to be a m4r file. it's also not an mp3 file, it needs to be an aac formatted file

    read this
    http://www.theiphoneblog.com/2008/12...gtones-itunes/
    12-23-2009 09:25 AM
  3. petsnspace's Avatar
    If you go to the following web site:

    Free Ringtones for mobile and iPhone - Audiko

    You can upload your mp3 files, convert them easily to m4r files, and then download them back to your computer.
    01-11-2010 09:56 PM
  4. John-Fox's Avatar
    iRinger is the only way to go in making a ringtone, in my opinion. Works great for me.
    01-18-2010 04:26 PM
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