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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by spartantex, Jan 16, 2008.
The new update kills you iToner. You can transfer but hear nothing.....
Not exactly....read this thread:
This did not work for me....
What OS version are you using? I just purchased an iMac that came pre-installed with Leopard. Originally, I was using iToner to upload custom ringtones, but I found it much easier to customize and upload them to iTunes via Garage Band and then sync the phone.
It worked for me for about a dozen songs. Here's what I did:
1) Choose the mp3s I wanted to use in iTunes
2) Converted each file to AAC (you have to have "AAC Encoder" set as your Importing preference in iTunes
3) I trimmed each file using this method:
4) Then I right clicked on the resulting file to "Show in Finder"
5) Finally I changed the extension of each file to .m4r
Works like a charm. I'll have to try the GarageBand method as well.
Ok, the Garageband method is much easier AND it's supported by Apple...
I am using the method of changing m4a to m4r, then drag/drop into iToner.
I figured out, all my iTunes bought songs were unable to be played as m4r (ringtones). But all the music i have DRM free plays as a ringtone no problem.
Does anyone disagree with the proposition that the now available Garageband method makes iToner obsolete anyway?