Any song in your iTunes library can be made into a ringtone. Just open iTunes and follow these steps. Figure out which part of the song you want for your ringtone.
You'll need to remember the start and stop time down to the second. Right click on the song and select "Get Info. Select the Options tab.
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Remember those numbers from Step 1? Plug them in for the start time and stop time, then click OK. Listen to the song again. You'll need to make sure it's the length you want, so adjust the start and stop time until it's perfect. Right click on the new file. The one you want will be highlighted. Right click, select "Get Info" and rename with. We need our file to be in this format so it can be recognized as a ringtone. My song currently reads "06 Shake It Off 1. Select "Use. Copy the. Go back to iTunes and delete the shortened version of the song by right clicking and selecting "Delete.
As iTunes has a size limit to the ringtones songs, you have to set the time when you want to start and stop the song. It is advised to keep it in about 30 seconds or shorter.
You will then have a copy of a song that has been edited according to the length you set. Now you can go back to right click on the song that was picked from the iTunes library and click 'Delete', and then click on 'Keep File' when it asks if you want to move it to the Recycle Bin or keep it in the iTunes Media folder.
Step 5: The song file that you will see is in m4a format. Step 6: For transferring ringtone to iTunes Tone library, you can directly dag it into iTunes. Then you can see it in the Tones where is equipped in the left drop-down menu for iTunes library. Step 7: Now just connect your iPhone to the iTunes and choose 'Tones' tab. Open the AAC file's location. This will open the file's location on your computer.
Attach your iPhone to your computer. Plug the USB end of your iPhone's charging cable into a USB port on your computer, then plug the other end of the cable into the charging port on your iPhone. Click the iPhone icon. This iPhone-shaped icon is in the top-left side of the iTunes window. Doing so will open the iPhone's page, as well as a list of the content on your iPhone in the left-hand side of the iTunes window. Click Tones. It's a tab below the "On My Device" heading on the left side of the iTunes window.
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The Tones page will open. Add the ringtone to the Tones page. Click and drag the. You should see the ringtone appear on the page. Click Sync. It's a white button in the bottom-right side of the iTunes window. Wait for the ringtone to finish synchronizing. This should only take a few seconds. Once you see the progress bar at the top of the iTunes window disappear, you can disconnect your iPhone from your computer if you wish and proceed with setting the ringtone.
Open your iPhone's Settings.
It's in the same group of settings as the. Tap Ringtone.
Tap your ringtone's name. You should see a blue checkmark appear to the left of it, signifying that your phone will use your custom ringtone for all incoming calls. Set your new ringtone for a specific contact. If you'd rather set the ringtone for a specific contact, do the following: Open the Contacts app. Tap a contact's name. Tap Ringtone Select the ringtone. Tap Done. You can do it through your phone.
There are apps that you can use. Also, iTunes has ringtones you can download right to your phone. Yes No.
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Not Helpful 28 Helpful Not Helpful 19 Helpful Go to settings, sounds, and then ringtone. It'll be at the top of the list. Tap on the ringtone you just added, and select it as your new ringtone. Not Helpful 13 Helpful 6. I did everything, and the selected ringtone is in my iTunes library, but it doesn't show in the Tones folder. What should I do now? Leena Tamang. Try checking the length of your ringtone. Make sure that it is exactly 30 seconds long.
If it is more than 30 seconds, it won't show in Tones folder.