Want to Set your favorite song as your iPhone’s ringtone? Worry not, we got you!
Many people are concerned about changing ringtones on their iPhones or setting their favorite songs as their ringtones without using any computer.
Hence, the difficulty of setting a song on an iPhone as a ringtone is one of its common setbacks.
Though many default ringtone options are available to iPhone users, many like to choose their own default ringtone.
If you are one of them, I have good news for you as you can easily set your favorite Ringtone by following the steps one by one.
How to Set Songs As Ringtones Without iTunes
Many iPhone users consider using iTunes as a very annoying thing. People don’t want to follow the iTunes limits but want to get the services provided by iTunes through some alternative.
You can use the iPhone file manager “iMyFone TunesMate.” You can use it to make your Ringtone from any song and save it on your iPhone without syncing it.
It supports various media formats, including music, playlists, ringtones, videos, audiobooks, photos, podcasts, etc.
What you can do includes
- Use any song stored on your computer or iPhone to create custom ringtones.
- You can make ringtones by precisely cutting the sections of any song you are listening to.
- You can make it easy to transfer by bypassing all the iTunes limits.
- Two-way Transfer: Add ringtones from a computer or iTunes to your iPhone without losing data; Extracted ringtones can be shared with friends, including purchases and non-purchases.
- While transferring, you will be prompted to convert the incompatible formats. There is full format compatibility.
Set Any Music Track As Ringtones In Your iPhone
Step 1. Connect iPhone to the computer through iMyFone TunesMate.
Step 2. At the top of the display, click on the music; from the sidebar at the left select Ringtones and then Ringtone maker.
Step 3. By using Device Music and local Music, select any song. Your favorite song will start playing, and you will have the options to choose where to start and stop the ringtones.
Step 4. When it is done, preview by clicking Ringtone audition. Then save the Ringtone to your PC by tapping on the Save to Device and Save to PC.
Your ringtones will fade in and out and will sound smooth.
This is the easiest way to make ringtones from your favorite music or songs through your iPhone in a few clicks.
Moreover, it won’t cause you data loss while adding your favorite tones to the iPhone.
Set Ringtones In Your iPhone By Using iTunes
Want to set ringtones in your iPhone by using your iTunes? You can do it even in an easier way than the one discussed above.
However, how you do so depends upon which version of iTunes you have installed.
For iTunes 12.7 and Later
You can set your favorite music as a ringtone from iTunes on your iPhone, even though iTunes 12.7 and later versions don’t have the Tones tab in your iTunes.
Step 1: First of all, launch iTunes on your iPhone and connect the computer to your iPhone.
Step 2: You have to ensure that your intended songs are present in your iTunes library. If your favorite song is not in the iTunes library, you can download it from the computer by following the route “File > Add File to Library.”
Note: If your song is not even on your computer, first extract it from your iPhone to the computer.
Step 3: From your iTunes library, do right-click and select “Get info.”
Step 4: Now click on the “options” and start and stop time. Now save it by tapping on the “OK.”
Step 5: Go back to the song and choose “File > Convert > Create AAC Version.”
Note: If you are unable to find the “Create AAC Version,” then follow the path “Edit > Preferences > General > Import Settings.” Here change the import setting to AAC encoding.
Step 6: On Mac and Windows, right-click the newly created AAC version of the song and select “Show in Finder” or “Show in Windows Explorer” to display it in the Windows explorer.
Step 7: Use M4R to rename the M4A file and save these changes.
Step 8: To download the Ringtone, drag it from the iTunes Music Library to the iPhone’s “Tones” menu.
For Older iTunes Versions
If your iTunes is not updated and you are using the old version (below 12.7 version) of iTunes on your iPhone.
Hence setting a song as a ringtone requires following the steps mentioned below.
First of all, you need to convert your songs to .m4r, and for this, you need to follow the steps you mentioned in the 12.7 version from step 1 to step 7. Afterward, these steps are to be followed.
Step 1: To go to the iTunes library automatically, double click the “.m4r file”.
Step 2: Click on Tones from the left sidebar by tapping the iTunes’ upper left corner device tab.
Step 3: To sync your custom ringtone, select Sync Tones, select your Ringtone, and tap Apple.
Disadvantages Of Making Ringtone On iTunes
- You may feel difficulty deciding the start and stop time of the music to set as a ringtone. For this, you first need to listen to the music and then remember when you have to start and stop.
- Before saving the ringtones, you don’t get the option to preview them.
- When you sync your iTunes app to your iPhone, it may delete your existing ringtones. Even the worst can happen, which will result in formatting your iPhone data.
Set a custom ringtone on your iPhone 6/8/11/11 Prox Max
Step 1: Go to “Settings > Sounds” on your iPhone device.
And Step 2: Go to “SOUNDS AND VIBRATION PATTERNS” and select Ringtone.
Step 3: A list of the available ringtones will be displayed, with custom ringtones at the top.
In this article we shared multiple ways in which you can set your favorite song as your iPhone’s ringtone. We hope you got what you were looking for. If you know about more ways to do so, let us know about it in the comments.
Frequently asked Questions
How Can I Set A Song As My Ringtone On My IPhone Without ITunes?
Under Settings * Sounds & Haptics * Ringtone. You will find the recently created Ringtone on top of the RINGTONES list. Tap the Ringtone to make it your Ringtone.
Can I Use My Favorite Music As A Ringtone On My IPhone?
You can edit songs to make custom ringtones for iPhones by using iTunes on your computer. You can change the file extension, adjust the start and stop times, and save it as an AAC file if you wish. After the edited song is dragged to iTunes, it can be synced with your iPhone via the Tones section.