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    Default [tutorial] custom ringtones 1.1.3 itunes 7.6

    I am using windows and unlocked iPhone with 1.1.3 firmware, iTunes 7.6 and t-mobile network and i wrote a very easy tutorial if any questions just ask.

    1. Choose any song you want to make a ringtone in your iTunes
    2. Right click > Get Info, and then click options tab
    3. Set the desired start time and end time (it accepts decimals in seconds as well.. so 0:03.45 is 3.45 seconds) but has to be set 30 secs or under.
    4. Right Click > Convert to AAC
    5. Find the converted file in the computer through explorer/finder . If you don't know the new file name/location, do Right click > Get Info on the new file in iTunes and at the bottom of summary tab you'll have the location
    6.Go to tools > folder options > view > in advanced option uncheck Hide file extension for known file types.
    7. Right click > rename Change file extension from 'm4a' to 'm4r'.
    8. Go back to iTunes and remove the new file from library. When prompted if you would like move the file to trash or not, click "Keep File"
    9. Now double click the m4r file , it should be added to your ringtones folder and sync into iPhone
    Last edited by mike_supernaut; 02-27-2008 at 12:40 AM. Reason: this a windows
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    Oh boy, excellent method, worked flawless for me on my Mac with iTunes 7.6.1. I will update my iPhone as soon as i start doing more files like this...

    Thanks & repped

    Varun

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    Me too on a PC. Is there an option to see the full timecode in iTunes? Down to the milliseconds? My cut ringtone of "Take me out" from Franz Ferdinand is a bit chunky
    Can I sync my iPhone to my Newton?

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    Did any of you guys try iRinger ? It's a very simple application which you can run on your windows machine (that's what i have), all you have to do is press Import on the program, select the file you want from your computer, select the 30 seconds of the song you want as a ringtone, press export, and it exports it automatically to iTunes.

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    worked fine for me....
    i had ringtone maker or sumthin like that...it didnt work and this method is free and works
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    Youtube working...everything working yay


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    So this worked just fine for me, except when it came to synching them up with my iPhone.

    In my iTunes, I've got about 5 ringtones I've made, they work just fine in iTunes, etc. When I drag them onto my iPhone, they appear to sync. Then when I go on my iPhone to select the ringtone, it'll either only have one of them, and, if there's more than one on there, it's a double of the same tone. They're showing up in the custom ringtone spot, but like i said, it'll only give me one at a time, basically.

    Anybody else having this problem? I'm positive they're m4r files, all the same, all less than 30 seconds. It's really random, and frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcvikander View Post
    So this worked just fine for me, except when it came to synching them up with my iPhone.

    In my iTunes, I've got about 5 ringtones I've made, they work just fine in iTunes, etc. When I drag them onto my iPhone, they appear to sync. Then when I go on my iPhone to select the ringtone, it'll either only have one of them, and, if there's more than one on there, it's a double of the same tone. They're showing up in the custom ringtone spot, but like i said, it'll only give me one at a time, basically.

    Anybody else having this problem? I'm positive they're m4r files, all the same, all less than 30 seconds. It's really random, and frustrating.
    I too am experiencing this same problem. Any ideas?

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    I created and synched ringtones ok, but when I set one the custom ringtones as my ringtone, when people call me I just get the Marimba ringtone even when in the settngs I have the custom ringtone selected. anybody else has had this problem.

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    Default Easy way to make ringtones

    Use ibrickr v0.91 to convert mp3 song to m4a format.

    Then rename it from m4a to m4r format.

    Use iPhoneBrowser to transfer it onto iPhone...

    This way, ringtone can be longer than 30 seconds & it's much simple...

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    I as well am having the problem with duplicate ringtones. ZiPhone crack with fw 1.1.3. It appears that the ringtones are on the phone, but for some reason the settings page duplicates the first one multiple times and thus only allows you to select it.

    I will do some ssh digging and see what i come up with.


 

 
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