How to set a custom ringtone on iPhone
You almost never have to use iTunes with a modern iPhone. Adding your own custom ringtones requires its use. Download iTunes if it is not already on the computer (windows), Mac has it.
CHOOSE A SOUND FILE
You will need a sound clip if you want to convert and use it as a ringtone. Probably have an idea of what you want to use. You can use any sound file you find. Your ringtone file must be a maximum of 40 seconds long.
If the file is long, you can cut it to the part you want using an audio editor. We recommend a simple online tool like mp3cut.net. It can extract the sound from video files once you upload. Select the part of the audio file you want to use and click the “Save” button. Download the edited clip to your PC by clicking “Save”. This is the file you will need to import into iTunes.
CONVERT THE MP3S TO AAC
There is a good chance your sound file is in MP3 format. You will need to convert it to AAC format to use it as a ringtone. (If your sound file is already in AAC format or has a .m4r extension, you can skip this).
- Firstly, add the sound file to iTunes and locate it in your library.
- Secondly, Check-in Library
- Songs for the file.
- Afterward, Drag your audio file into iTunes.
- Then, select the sound file in iTunes and click File Then convert
- Finally, create AAC Version.
RENAME YOUR AAC FILE
You will have two copies of the same song file in your iTunes library. That is the original MP3 version and the AAC version.
To keep track of it, right-click the headings in the library and enable the “Kind” column. You will see a new “Kind” column telling you what file is what. The “MPEG audio file” is the original MP3, while the “AAC audio file” is your new AAC file. You can remove the MPEG audio file version from your library if you like.
However, you need to change its file extension so iTunes will recognize it as a ringtone file. You will get the ringtone file as an AAC file with the m4a file extension. If you don’t see an extension after the file name, you will need to enable file extensions. Right-click the file, click “rename”, and change the file extension to .m4r. For example, if the file is named Crade.m4a, change it to Crade.m4r.
ADD THE RINGTONES FILES TO YOUR PHONE
- Connect your iPhone to your PC or Mac with its included USB-to-Lightning cable.
- First, drag and drop the AAC file from the iTunes library to your Desktop or any other folder.
- In iTunes, click the device icon that appears to the left of “Library” on the navigation bar.
- Click the “Tones” section under On My Device in the left sidebar.
- Drag and drop the .m4r ringtone file from its folder to the Tones section in iTunes.
- iTunes will sync the ringtone to your phone and it will immediately appear under Tones.
SET THE RINGTONE
- You can now head to Settings
- Then Sounds & Haptics
- Then Ringtone,
- Choose your custom ringtone. All custom ringtones you have added will appear at the top of the list here. You have the Ringtone of your choice.
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