IPhone and Ringtones

Discussion in 'Bloody Computers' started by joe_145, Sep 15, 2009.

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  1. Dont suppose anyone has an IPhone? I just got one and im just about aquainted with it. Only problem is how the hell do you put ur music tracks as a ringtone??

  2. Time to grow up and use a proper ringtone!

    CoI: iPhone user too, but with 'proper' ring instead of chavtastic ing.
  3. excuse me what is chav about having Symphony No. 9 in D minor by the timless composer beethoven???
  4. If you Google it there is a way. Ringtones are available on the US version of iTunes but not the UK version - copyright apparently. So basically, get the thing you want as a rington then you have to re-name it so your computer thinks it's a ringtone, then plonk it in the appropriate folder and it appears. There are loads of forum postings on various Mac fora which tell you how to do it.
  5. yeh i have been looking on google and various other forums but all the answers seem to be for the older versions of i tunes...i suppose ill keep looking. i would use a normal ringtone if they were half decent instead of a cheesy bad quality "robitic" style....and so forth...cheers anyway angrydoc
  6. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    I thought the iPhone was soooo fantastic that it had an app that composes its own ringtone..? :sleepy:

    "You just own an iPhone - you didn't invent it!"
  7. yeh there is apps that do this but the produce the same crappy noise!!!

    i think you'll find i did invent the iphone....

    Joe I Phone [/i]squire.....pleasure to make your aquantince
  8. I would never condone jailbreaking an iphone and opening it up to any network, or installing cydia after that, or getting all your apps free, or installing any ringtone u frikkin well like :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
  9. Go to this website:


    You can do a search for a song/band etc then download the iPhone version to your PC.

    Open iTunes and drag the downloaded file into the Ringtones section of your library.

    Job done.

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