A: Watch this short YouTube video for detailed instructions on how to use the Ringtones app: www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpSO-5phmHs?hd=1
A: Apple does not permit ringtones to be placed into iPhone's ringtones directory. However, if Apple enables this feature in the future, it would definitely be added to Ringtones.
A: Rather than syncing your ringtones, drag them from the 'Ringtones' section of your iTunes 'Library' and drop them into the 'Ringtones' section of your iPhone.
A: If this occurs, it is most likely stemming from a bug in iTunes. To eradicate it, try re-starting your iPhone. To do that, hold down the iPhone's top sleep button until you see a red slider. Slide the red slider to shut down the iPhone. After the iPhone is completely powered off, hold the top sleep button until the iPhone comes on again. If you still don't see your custom ringtones after the re-start, try to re-sync them.
A: To delete ringtone files, go to the iTunes File Sharing section, highlight the ringtone file you'd like to delete and press the 'delete' or 'backspace' key on your keyboard.
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1. Take the saved file from this Ringtones software and first rename it back to an .m4a file extension.
2. Drag and drop this into iTunes (or double-click to open it with iTunes). This will pull the clip into your music folder (as you'd expect).
3. Find and right click on the ringtone in your music library and choose "Create AAC version."
4. Then go to your iTunes Music Folder and find the AAC version you just saved (not your original clip). Rename the extension on *this* file now back to an .m4r file.
5. Drag and drop this into iTunes, and it should go to your Tones folder and be able to be synced on the phone, etc.
6. You can now delete the .m4a ringtone clip (not your original song!) from your library.
A: AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding. It is an audio format like MP3 that makes the file size smaller so you can fit more music into your iPod, iPad or iPhone. It doesn't affect the music quality at all.