How to Change and Set Ringtone on iPhone 4s/5/5s/5c/6/6s/SE/7
How to change ringtone on iPhone or set custom ringtone on iPhone 7/6s/6/5s/5c/5/4s? Read this guide to get your answer.
Downoad AnyTrans to add custom ringtones to iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/6/6s/SE/7 from MP3, WMA, WMA, WAV, M4R and M4A on your Mac/PC computer.
Changing a special Ringtone is one of the easiest ways to personalize your iPhone. Although the iPhone comes with dozens of quality ringtones, you can also change your own ringtones by buying them from iTunes store or adding ringtone to iPhone from MP3 or other audio file on your computer.
Here in this guide we will show you how to change ringtone on iPhone, and also tell you how to set custom ringtone on iPhone without iTunes. Let’s get it on.
Part 1. How to Change the Default Ringtone on iPhone
Step 1. Go to the Settings from the iPhone's home screen. Tap Sounds in the third group of options.
Step 2. In Sounds, swipe down to the Sounds and Vibration Patterns section.
Step 3. Here you will see your current iPhone ringtone. Choose the ringtone you need, and tap it to change that.
How to Change the Default Ringtone on iPhone
The above method is about how to change the default ringtones on your iPhone. If you want to change a custom ringtone on your iPhone, you will need to purchase from iTunes store by tapping the Store button in the top right corner. If you don't want to buy new ringtones, another option is to get a free song as ringtone on iPhone with outside help. So in the next part we will show you how to change ringtone on iPhone by transferring MP3 to your iPhone ringtone.
Part 2. How to Change Ringtone on iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/6/6s/SE/7
Normally, before adding ringtones to iPhone, we should convert unsupported audio format to be supported ringtone format - M4R. You can make it with iTunes, however the process is complicated and time-consuming. What’s worse, it will remove the existing tones, music, moves, TV shows and books on your iPhone when syncing the ringtone.
If you want to change ringtone on iPhone without iTunes, then you can’t miss AnyTrans. It is one easy-to-use iPhone file manager that can help you transfer MP3 to iPhone ringtone without data loss. And it also allows you to keep the ringtone for 25 seconds, 40 seconds, or the original length. Now let's follow the steps below to set a custom ringtone.
Step 1. Download and install AnyTrans on your Windows/Mac computer, and connect your iPhone to it.
How to Change Ringtone on iPhone with AnyTrans – Step 1
Step 2. Scroll down, click on Audio button, and choose Ringtones.
How to Change Ringtone on iPhone with AnyTrans – Step 2
Step 3. Click the "+" button on the right hand corner, browse the song you want to set as ringtone from your computer, click the Open button to start transferring.
How to Change Ringtone on iPhone with AnyTrans – Step 3
The Bottom Line
That’s all for how to change ringtone on iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/6/6s/SE/7. AnyTrans can also help you transfer music, photos, videos and more, so why not download AnyTrans to better manage your ringtones as well as other types of iOS data on iPhone? Please be free to let us know if you have any questions on this guide or AnyTrans.
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