How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone

Get tired of the default ringtones on iPhone and want to make some custom iPhone ringtone from WAV file? Here in this article, we’ll show you detailed ways to convert WAV to M4R ringtone on iPhone 6s/7/8/X/XS (Max)/XR.

By Abby Walsh | Posted on: Oct. 26, 2018, Last Updated: Oct. 26, 2018
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“How to convert songs to ringtones? On iTunes, I paid for Beatles songs that were labeled as ringtones. I changed the extension to .m4r on a couple but they are too long to be used as ringtones. How can I convert WAV to M4R ringtones on iPhone?”

A user from Apple Community

Convert WAV to M4R

Convert WAV to M4R

We all know that iPhone can play music in various formats but it only supports m4r as its ringtone formats, which makes it quite convenient to set other formats of audio files as iPhone custom ringtone. For the purpose of making WAV file as free iPhone ringtone, converting WAV to M4R ringtone must be addressed quickly. Though there are all kinds of tools and tips may be helpful, here we’d like to introduce an easy and safe method to convert WAV to M4R ringtone on iPhone.

AnyTrans – iPhone Ringtone Manager

Want to convert WAV to M4R ringtone on iPhone 7/8/X/XS/XR? This article is intended to show you detailed steps to conver WAV to M4R ringtone on iPhone. Keep reading on this post to learn more.

The Tool We’ll Need

To convert the WAV file to M4R ringtone, AnyTrans for iOS is definitely one of your best options to make it without any trouble. It’s an iOS data transfer and management tool that can also help you make your custom ringtones as well. Check some main features of this tool below:

  1. As a ringtone manager, AnyTrans for iOS can help you convert WAV to M4R ringtone on iPhone within simple steps.
  2. Besides, it also supports other audio formats like MP3, M4A, M4R, WMA, RM, MDI, OGG, FLAC and more.
  3. It can help you make ringtone from computer, device and iTunes Library, and you can export personalized ringtone to computer or import to the device directly.
  4. With AnyTrans for iOS, you can set the duration time of your ringtone including the start time and end time.
  5. What’s more, you can search media within AnyTrans for iOS and click on Customize Now to make your own iPhone ringtone.

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone

Now let’s free download AnyTrans for iOS to your computer and follow the detailed procedures below to convert WAV to M4R ringtone on your iPhone.

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Step 1: Run AnyTrans for iOS on your computer and connect your iPhone via a USB cable. Then choose Ringtone Manager section.

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone - Step 1

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone – Step 1

Step 2: Drag and drop the WAV file or select the file from computer, device or iTunes. (Here we’ll select WAV file from the computer).

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone - Step 2

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone – Step 2

Step 3: Choose the WAV file you want to convert to M4R and click on Open.

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone - Step 3

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone – Step 3

Step 4: Choose Ringtone > set the duration and period of your ringtone > click on Import Device to import this custom ringtone to your iPhone.

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone - Step 4

How to Convert WAV to M4R Ringtone on iPhone – Step 4

Step 5: Then you can set the exported ringtone as your free iPhone ringtone. Go to Settings on your iPhone > Sounds > Ringtone > choose the converted ringtone

How to Set Converted File as iPhone Ringtone

How to Set Converted File as iPhone Ringtone

The Bottom Line

That’s all for how to convert WAV to M4R ringtone on iPhone, and you can also make other formats of audio like MP3, M4A, M4R, WMA, RM, MDI, OGG, FLAC as iPhone ringtone easily. AnyTrans for iOS can do more than this, why not just get it and start a free trial now?

Abby Walsh

Member of iMobie team, an Apple fan and a horror movie lover. Always be willing to solve all kinds of Apple-related issues as well as Android's.