Itunes Ringtones

hotleadsingerguy

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That might be tough...iPhone ringtones are in m4a format, just renamed to m4r file types. Not a lot of programs *read* m4a format...

One roundabout way of doing it would be to take the files (usually in Music/iTunes/Ringtones) and rename them all to .m4a files. Import them into iTunes in a playlist (so you can find them all easily) and then right-click each one and select "Convert to MP3". That's about the only way I know of converting them back...

Audacity is the thing I usually use to *save* them as .m4a, but it doesn't *read* them at all. Even if you select "Import as RAW" it comes in as complete static.
 

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My Atrix didn't complain when I transfered the renamed .m4a files. Just mounted the internal memory and saved it into the ringtones folder. It works, although my ringtones were drm free so your mileage may very.
 

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