1. crwmlw#IM's Avatar
    Hello everybody, Im a previous android owner and loved zedge for ringtones. Is there anyway of getting zedge to work for the iphone ringtones? If so, how? Thanks
    03-09-2011 07:17 AM
  2. lcargile's Avatar
    In the search field on the top of the page where it says "Search TiPB" type in "custom ringtones" and you should get a ton of results telling you how to customize your tones. If its RINGTONES that you want, then check out my little explanation of how to do it here: http://forum.tipb.com/verizon-iphone...ml#post1672178

    Ill keep an eye on this thread in case you have any other questions about it. Hope this helps.

    P.S. If you want to change SMS or Mail tones, you will have to be jailbroken.
    03-09-2011 07:52 AM
  3. markhunsaker's Avatar
    I use a program (free) called iRinger. It works on your PC and you can cut down any track to a 30 sec clip. I download premade 30 second clips from Cellsea.com. After you do that, you export it and the program automatically puts it in the correct file location in iTunes and adds it to your ringtones. It's super easy.
    03-09-2011 10:26 AM
  4. bamf-hacker's Avatar
    I use a program (free) called iRinger. It works on your PC and you can cut down any track to a 30 sec clip. I download premade 30 second clips from Cellsea.com. After you do that, you export it and the program automatically puts it in the correct file location in iTunes and adds it to your ringtones. It's super easy.
    I second iRinger. Works great!
    03-09-2011 11:12 AM
  5. paul100's Avatar
    I use a program (free) called iRinger. It works on your PC and you can cut down any track to a 30 sec clip. I download premade 30 second clips from Cellsea.com. After you do that, you export it and the program automatically puts it in the correct file location in iTunes and adds it to your ringtones. It's super easy.
    Thank You iRinger is remarkably simple in design and implementation. The programming in iRinger already works so well and is so clean and compact.
    03-11-2011 08:09 AM
  6. phreddyl's Avatar
    I use a program (free) called iRinger. It works on your PC and you can cut down any track to a 30 sec clip. I download premade 30 second clips from Cellsea.com. After you do that, you export it and the program automatically puts it in the correct file location in iTunes and adds it to your ringtones. It's super easy.
    Hi- new to all this... I am on the Cellsea site and I am not sure what format to save it in. Please help-
    03-17-2011 01:12 PM
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