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How to download ringtone to iPhone?

Setting the ringtone on your iPhone is not an easy task and it’s very strange. It would seem that such a friendly system like iOS should include a simple tool for this operation, but in reality everything is completely wrong. However, there is a way out and today we will tell you how to use iTunes only to install a song on your iPhone.

Updated : alternative, significantly easier way to create and set ringtones on iPhone.

Updated (2): September 13, 2017 Apple released iTunes 12.7, in which the process of creating ringtones for the iPhone has changed a bit (it has become easier). Supplemented with instructions subject to changes in iTunes 12.7.

How to put a song on a call in iPhone (iTunes 12.7 and newer) on PC

Step 1. In order to be able to create and download ringtones through iTunes, in Windows you need to change one parameter of the system settings. Go to “Start“→”Control Panel“→”Folders settings“(“Folder properties“), Go to the tab”View“And uncheck the box next to”Hide extensions for registered file types“. This will be needed to rename the ringtone we create.

Step 2. Open iTunes and select the song from which you want to create a ringtone (or add a song by clicking “File“→”Add file to library“). Listen to the song and record the time of the beginning and end of the segment that you would like to hear as a call. The maximum ringtone length is 40 seconds.

Advice! You can also trim a song for iPhone ringtone in a simpler way, which is described in detail in this instruction. If you use the alternative method, then after that you can immediately proceed to step 8.

Step 3. Right-click on the song and select “Song info“. Then go to the “Parameters»And specify the desired start and end time of the call (the sound file itself will not be cut). After finishing the interval selection, click “OK“.

Note that after setting the start and end marks of your future ringtone, it is recommended to listen to the song and, if necessary, make changes to the length of the segment.

Step 4. Right-click on the song of your choice and select “File“→”Convert“→”Create AAC Version“.

You will see another copy of the future ringtone, the creation of which will be accompanied by a sound notification.

Step 5. Right-click on the new song and select “Show in Windows Explorer“.

The selected file must be renamed to the extension m4r (iPhone ringtone format).

Step 6. Connect the iPhone to the computer using the USB cable and select a smartphone in the iTunes window.

Step 7. In the column “On my device” Choose a section “Sounds“. Drag the ringtone you created (file in m4r format) into the list of ringtones available on iPhone and click “Done“.

Right after that, the ringtone will be available on your iPhone in the “Settings”→“Sounds“. After completing the procedure, be sure to remove the start time and the end of playing the original melody. Just uncheck the boxes that were installed in step 3.

How to put a song on the iPhone ringtone (iTunes 12.6 and older)

Step 1. First of all, you need to make certain settings. Go to “Start“→”Control Panel“→”Folders settings“(“Folder properties“), Go to the tab”View“And uncheck the box next to”Hide extensions for registered file types“. This will be needed to rename the ringtone we create.

Step 2. Open iTunes and add a song by clicking “File“→”Add file to library“. Listen to a song and a section from it that you would like to hear as a call. The maximum length of the track being played is 40 seconds.
Step 3. Right-click on the song and select “Details”. Go to the “Settings” tab and specify the desired start and end time for the call (the sound file itself will not be cut). After finishing the interval selection, click OK.

Step 4. Right-click on the song of your choice and select “Create AAC Version“. You will see another copy of the future ringtone.

Step 5. Right-click on the new song and select “Show in Windows Explorer“. The selected file must be renamed to the extension m4r (iPhone ringtone format).

Step 6. Drag the ringtone to iTunes (or add the familiar “File“→”Add file to library“). it will appear in the new category”Sounds“, Which will contain all the ringtones.

Step 7. Sync iPhone with computer. After synchronization is completed, the ringtone can be found by going to “SettingsSounds“→”Ringtone“.

After completing the procedure, be sure to remove the start time and the end of playing the original melody. Just uncheck the boxes that were installed in step 3.

How to put a song on a call in iPhone on Mac (iTunes 12.7 and newer)

Step 1. Launch iTunes and select the song from which you want to make a ringtone. Right-click on it and select “Song info“.

Step 2. In the window that opens, select the “Parameters“, Check the boxes next to“Start”And“the end“, Specify the segment of the beginning and end of the ringtone you create and click“OK“. Before performing this action, of course, it is recommended to listen to the song and record in advance the time of the beginning and end of the segment, which will become your future ringtone.

Step 3. In iTunes, select “File”→“Convert”→“Create AAC Version“. Immediately after that, a new song will appear in your library, shortened to the specified section.

Step 4. Right-click on the created song and select “Show in Finder“.

Step 5. In the window that opens with your future ringtone, right-click on it, click “Rename” and change the file extension from m4a to m4r (iPhone ringtone format).

Step 6. Connect your iPhone to Mac using a USB cable and select your smartphone in the iTunes window.

Step 7. In the column “On my device” Choose a section “Sounds“. Drag the ringtone you created (file in m4r format) into the list of ringtones available on iPhone and click “Done“.

Right after that, the ringtone will be available on your iPhone in the “Settings”→“Sounds“. After completing the procedure, be sure to remove the start time and the end of playing the original melody. Just uncheck the boxes that were set in step 2.

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