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    Quote Originally Posted by sk@tta View Post
    HUH!?

    Anyways.........

    U can use itunes to set songs as ring tones.

    -Right click on a song in itunes and go to "get info"
    -Then go to "options" tab
    -Chang the stop time to 0:40 seconds. (U can only have a 40 second ringtone)
    -Click ok

    -Now right click on that same song and choose "Create AAC version"
    -Now go to My Documents/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media
    -There u will see a song called "ringtone.m4a (where ringtone is the name of the song)
    -Change the ".m4a" to ".m4r"
    -Now drag that file u just changed to the ringtone window in iTunes and sync ur phone
    -You now have a Ringtone without having to buy one.


    Thats the best way i can describe it. It gets very easy after uve done it once.



    I cant seem to find a RINGTONE tab in itunes to drag the song to

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    The tab wont appear in the right side. Click on ringtone to the left...when the blank page comes then u drag the ringtone in it.

    make sure u have the latest itunes

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    @Ace if you dont see the ringtone tab all you have to do is follow the steps up until you change the song type to .M4r then u add it to itunes. After that, the ringtone tab should appear to the right in itunes under "library"

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    Post itunes ringtones

    Quote Originally Posted by sk@tta View Post
    HUH!?

    Anyways.........

    U can use itunes to set songs as ring tones.

    -Right click on a song in itunes and go to "get info"
    -Then go to "options" tab
    -Chang the stop time to 0:40 seconds. (U can only have a 40 second ringtone)
    -Click ok

    -Now right click on that same song and choose "Create AAC version"
    -Now go to My Documents/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media
    -There u will see a song called "ringtone.m4a (where ringtone is the name of the song)
    -Change the ".m4a" to ".m4r"
    -Now drag that file u just changed to the ringtone window in iTunes and sync ur phone
    -You now have a Ringtone without having to buy one.


    Thats the best way i can describe it. It gets very easy after uve done it once.
    this is an excellent method. great info.
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    How about jus downloading the App Ringtone3 thru Cydia and then u can convert and cut songs from what u have on ur Iphone music list and set as ringtone thru ur Settings -> Sounds option after u saved ur conversion!. ^_^
    Where there is a will there is a way

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    anybody know how to improve the volume and clarity of custom ringstones?
    I havn't broken any terms of agreement right ?

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    Volume??? No, not with the iPhone's small speaker.
    Clarity??? Yes, use a higher bit-rate audio file to begin with and strip out all the bass using whatever tool you have on your PC (since the speakers can't play that spectrum cranked up loud anyway).
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    Use iringer very easy tool to use http://iringer.com

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