All Devices Sync ringtone to ios13 beta 2?

macachia

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hi

Did anybody manage to sync or transfer a custom ringtone to an iPhone running iOS 13 beta 2? Beta 1 has the du crook broken for custom ringtone but reports say it has been fixed. Sadly I can’t find the way how to.

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jfiggy77

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Has anyone been able to figure this out? I haven’t been able to upgrade my iMac to Catalina so it still has the iTunes integration and when I try to add my custom ringtones on there, all the ringtones have a dotted circle next to them. On my MacBook Pro which is on Catalina, I haven’t been able to find a way to sync custom ringtones. I’ve googled this topic to death and can’t find anything. My phone has been running great since I did a clean install of Beta 2 but that also meant I lost the custom ringtones I had installed on the phone. I spent a lot of time making some great custom ringtones that I got used to using so I really miss them.
 

Shirasaki

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I am lucky enough to have iTunes 12.6.5 and High Sierra installed on my 2014 MacBook Air, so I can still manage apps and custom ringtones as usual.
As for the ability to sync ringtones, there are some people saying dragging the ringtones to iTunes might just do the trick, and to delete the ones you don’t want, just swipe left on the ringtone and tap “delete”.
Since I have no plan to use Catalina (Haswell simply too slow to run it), I am fine. But I hope you guys out there can figure the issue out.
Regarding the fix, yes, in beta 2, all custom ringtones work as intended.
 

adrianlondon

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... I have no plan to use Catalina (Haswell simply too slow to run it)
I have a late 2013 Macbook Pro which I believe is Haswell. Mojave and Catalina both seem to run well, maybe even a bit faster than HS although that was so long ago I've forgotten how it performed.
 

Shirasaki

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I have a late 2013 Macbook Pro which I believe is Haswell. Mojave and Catalina both seem to run well, maybe even a bit faster than HS although that was so long ago I've forgotten how it performed.
Another grip is the downhill software support on Mojave, let alone Catalina. VirtualBox wont work. Wine does not work. And a bunch of other apps I use here and there.
And iTunes support.
And so on so forth.
My next MacBook upgrade would target 2015 MacBook as those machines may run High Sierra.
 
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