About a week ago I got a new iPhone 4 and found out that I couldn’t use an mp3 song as my ringtone. Being the techy geek that I am I decided to find out how I could create a custom iPhone ringtone and got to find out that it was easier than taking candy from a baby. And I won’t have to pay Apple to get a ringtone which I could create myself. After creating it an idea struck me “why don’t you write a post about it” and I wrote about it which is what you are reading now
Follow this Guide
It’s actually very easy to do, all you have to do is get a computer with iTunes installed and the song you’d like to use as your ringtone.
Once your iTunes is opened right click on the song you’d like to use and click Get Info then Go to the options tab and tick on the start and stop time there then input the time of the ringtone. It shouldn’t exceed 30 seconds which is the default iPhone ringtone time. I choose 00:00 and 00:30 as my time you could choose 00:30 and 01:00 which is also 30 seconds.
After doing that click ok and right click on the same music again and click Create AAC version. After Creating the AAC version drag it out of you iTunes and delete it. Then rename the file you dragged to your desktop extension from .m4a to .m4r and after that double click on it to open with iTunes. When all that is done you can now sync your iPhone with Your ITunes. After syncing Goto Settings >> Sound on your iPhone and and choose your new Mp3 Song as your Ringtone.
With all that done you can now create more and more ringtone for your iPhone.