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    Question How can I set my own songs as ringtones?

    Hi Guys!

    How can I set my own songs as ringtones? It was very easy in Nokia handsets. You could select any song from music library and set as ringtone. But it seems like it is not as simple as that in iPhone.

    Any ideas?

    Tom
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    Tom use the search button.....
    I used it and found this:
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/f127/67168.htm

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    Smile How to make iPhone ringtones for free (on MAC or PC)

    I like changing the ringtone on my iPhone often. I don’t want to pay for ringtones, I rather make my own for free. I have tried it a bunch of different ways. The easiest way that I found was to use the ringtone tool at mobilespin.net
    Everything is done online (there is no software to download and install)

    Here is how to do it:
    1- Go to mobilespin.net and click on the Ringtone Tool
    2- Upload your MP3 or WAV file
    3- Pick the start and end points of the ringtone you want to and click on “Clip and Convert”
    4- In the download page, select “M4R(for iPhone)” from the “Select format” drop down and click on “Download”
    5- Once the file is downloaded your MAC or PC, import it to iTunes and Sync it to your iPhone and you are done!

    Note: If you are uploading an MP3 or WAV file from your iTunes library into the ringtone tool, you have to make sure that it is a non-DRM file.
    Enjoy your free ringtones!

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    If you have a jailbreak iPhone you can simply convert format to AC3 in iTunes. Locate the converted file, rename to *.m4r and upload it to the ringtones directory with SSH.

    SIMPLE!

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    (and an old iPhone 2G with broken glass )
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommartin View Post
    Hi Guys!

    How can I set my own songs as ringtones? It was very easy in Nokia handsets. You could select any song from music library and set as ringtone. But it seems like it is not as simple as that in iPhone.

    Any ideas?

    Tom

    If you are on mac then just use garageband to create a song less than 40 seconds, and change it to the correct format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iGun 4 Fun View Post
    If you are on mac then just use garageband to create a song less than 40 seconds, and change it to the correct format.
    Why limit the track length?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedp View Post
    Why limit the track length?
    I dont think iTunes picks it up as a ringtone if it is longer than 40 seconds?

    I do remember reading it has to be less than 40 seconds somewhere, so I always followed it hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by iGun 4 Fun View Post
    I dont think iTunes picks it up as a ringtone if it is longer than 40 seconds?

    I do remember reading it has to be less than 40 seconds somewhere, so I always followed it hahah
    As I said in my previous post, if you have a jailbreak iPhone you can place it directly in the file system... If there is a 40sec limit, it's an iTunes limitation but not the iPhone's.

    Also, all 3rd party ringtone apps lower the bitrate. The iPhone speaker is the worse speaker set in the entire cellphone industry... It don't need a low bitrate.

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    if u use ssh u can leave the ringtone as long as u like just find a mp3 use itunes to change the format right click and convert to ACC and then find the file and rename it to .m4r i think ro whatever the format is in the ringtone folder and upload it with winSCP and u will see its in the ringtone list on ur iphone just doesent register the ringtone in itunes.. which is fine all u do is save the converted files somewhere incase u restore or need to re upload, dont need any program. i used to use iphoneringtonemaker which is also good it allows full mp3s also but using ssh is better imo


 

 
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