Hands-on: How to DIY iPhone Ringtone
What happens if you want your iPhone ringtone to be a classic song from the 80s or earlier? How to make iPhone ringtone with your favorite videos or songs, even DVDs? How to backup iPhone ringtones to iTunes/PC? Where to find an iPhone ringtone maker to easily and fast create iPhone ringtone?
Well, you may be bothered by these problems, here let's learn how to achieve this with iPhone ringtone converter and DIY your iPhone ringtone as you like.
To do so, you are required a professional assistant - Ringtone Maker App, known as a perfect iPhone ringtone creator. With it, you can create your own iPhone ringtones, text tones and alerts by using the songs in your playlists.
The step-by-step guidance:
Step 1. To DIY iPhone ringtone, free download Ringtone Maker App from iTunes store, and install it on your iPhone.
Step 2. Open your iPhone, and tap Ringtone Maker App.
Step 3. Select a song you would like to use as the ringtone from your playlists, sound recorder, iTunes File Sharing or Dropbox.
Step 4. Tap the chosen song. In its screen, set the one period of the song as the ringtone. Then, play the song.
Step 5. Then, the app makes the ringtone while playing the song.
Step 6. When it's done, tap the icon next to the icon playing or stoping the song.
Step 7. Now, the ringtone is done with M4R format. Export the ringtone to computer by Email or Dropbox.
Step 8. Sign in your email or Dropbox on the computer to download the ringtone.
Now, your ringtones are saved on the computer , how could you transfer them to your iPhone? I'm sure the Wondershare TunesGo or the Wondershare TunesGo (Mac) is what you need. It's an iTunes-like software, but can do things that iTunes falls short. With it, you can easily transfer the ringtone to your iPhone and retains the existing songs on your iPhone.
Download the right version and install it on the computer. In the following part, lets' take the Windos verson as an example.
Step 1.Connect iPhone to the computer
Take out the Apple USB cable and use it to connect your iPhone to the Windows computer. After a successful connection, your iPhone will be shown in the main window.
Step 2.Copy ringtone to iPhone without removing the existing music files
Go to the left column and click Media. By default, the music window on the right. If not, click Music to enter it. Click Add to bring up the file browser window. Navigate to the folder where you save the ringtone and click Open to add it to your iPhone.