Here in this tutorial find the different free and easy options for Transfer Ringtone from mac/PC to iPhone X/ iPhone 8 (Plus) Plus and newer iPhone model updated with the latest iOS Using Finder/iTunes and Third-Party Data management software. If you are amazed by iPhone’s increased storage option and iOS’s stunning features, you will work for sure long for an upgrade. Hold on. Either you need to switch to the new iPhone, set about an iOS update, free up space for your maxed out Gbs gadget, or avoid data erasing when having to sync with iTunes, to backup and transfer data makes sense. It’s not a slowpoke anymore, and only a few clicks away will do the data transfer more accessible than ever with MacX MediaTrans.
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After the backup & transfer job is done, don’t forget to customize your iPhone, and making ringtone is a significant part of it. Two ways are introduced here, the iTunes way, and the other no iTunes complexity.
How to Make Ringtone for iPhone with iTunes/Finder
Why Finder & iTunes?
macOS Catalina or later macOS users can use Finder in place of iTunes. Because iTunes removed on Latest macOS. So We can use Finder for Restore and Backup Data from iPhone/iPad to Mac. For Sync music and Transfer Ringtone from MacBook/Mac to iPhone/iPad, the Music app will be helpful. Let’s see how to make and transfer Ringtone from macOS to iOS/iPadOS.
- You have no iTunes on your Mac, So open Music app on your Mac. Prepare ringtone into iOS/iPadOS compatible format. The supported music file system is .m4r So we can convert any mp3 file into M4r online convert (https://www.m4ronline.com/ browser music file and convert free online).
- Now, Connect your iPhone/iPad to the Music app using USB lightning cable, Your iPhone/iPad will appear on Music app sidebar on Mac. Unlock your iPhone/iPad screen.
- Click on Device name, Now, Drage m4r file to the music app, Music file will be sync automatically after you drop on the music app.
- Wait for Few seconds, Sync process will appear next to Apple Device’s name.
- Now the new Ringtone will appear under the RIngtone settings of your iPhone/iPad settings.
- Open Settings app on iPhone/iPad.
- Scroll to Sound & Haptics > Ringtone > Select Recently added ringtones always at the top. Sen new Ringtone as a Ringtone or tone.
- That’s it.
Use iTunes on MacOS or PC Running macOS Mojave and Older MacOS
- Open iTunes. Make sure you’ve updated to the latest version. Mac users can head to iTunes > Check for Updates, for Windows users, go to Help > Check for Updates and follow the on-screen instructions to install the latest version of iTunes.
- Select a song to set as an iPhone ringtone. Click “File” and then “Add File to Library,” choose a song in a format compatible with iTunes. iTunes only accepts MP3, AIFF, WAV, AAC and M4A audio.
- Adjust ringtone Start Time and Stop Time to get the ideal length. To achieve this, right-click the song, scroll down to hit “Get Info” tab, click “Options” at the top of the popping-up window, fulfill the start and stop time box. 40 seconds is the maximum length of a ringtone.
- Right-click the ringtone and select “Create AAC Version” to create a new copy as a ringtone. Ringtone formatted AAC is the same quality as MP3’s but occupies less storage. The tone will appear below the original song file.
- Change the ringtone file extension “.m4a” to the right format for iPhone ringtone, “.m4r“.
- Add the file back to iTunes, and iTunes will put the file to the “Tones” section.
- Connect your iPhone to iTunes via USB cable, and sync the ringtone to iPhone.
Without iTunes: Make Ringtone for iPhone in Much Easier Way Using MacX MediaTrans
If you think that it’s difficult to figure out the iTunes way or don’t want to trouble yourself with so many steps, the following ringtone making method can save you a headache.
- Free download MacX MediaTrans for Mac [Use code Up to 30% Off “MXMT”]or Windows PC and launch it. Turn off iTunes auto-sync, and connect iPhone with the USB cable.
- Load songs from iPhone or Mac/PC. Click the “Music Manager” icon on the main interface, then all the music on iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7 Plus will be displayed on the left. Find the song from iPhone you want to convert to ringtone. Or you can click “Add Music” to import songs from the computer and edit to ringtone for iPhone.
- Trim the song to the right length. You can just drag the song length to the right one, and click “OK” to make it applied.
- Sync the edited ringtone to the iPhone at speed. Click the the “Sync” button to transfer the ringtone to iPhone.
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Tips: The file transfer for iPhone accepts a wide range of music formats, including M4A, AAC, MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC, to name a few.
It gives options to auto-convert music format to MP3 or AAC. You can click “Settings” on the main interface and hit “Options,” check the box “MP3” or “AAC” and music can automatically convert MP3 or AAC without decreasing audio quality in a few seconds.
That’s it for the iPhone ringtone making the part, but not for the all-in-one iPhone data transfer tool. MacX MediaTrans comes with features not limited to ringtone creation for iPhone. It also gives both-way to transfer photos, music, playlists, ringtone, videos, movies, TV shows, voice memos, podcasts, iTunes U and more between iPhone iPad and Mac. Plus, you can also mount the iPhone as a flash drive in a convenient way.
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