How to Add and Set Ringtones to iPhone 7/8/X without iTunes
How to add ringtones to iPhone 7 or change ringtones on iPhone 7 to my favorite songs? Read this post to learn how to put or set custom ringtones on your iPhone 7/8/X without iTunes.
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When you get a shiny new iPhone 7 (Plus)/8/X, you will surely want to add ringtones to it and then set custom ringtones on iPhone. Of course, you can buy ringtones from iTunes store, but why not just convert your favorite song to a ringtone and set ringtones on iPhone 7 (Plus)?
Frankly, iTunes could work as a nice tool to add ringtones to iPhone, but iTunes 12.7, the latest version of iTunes, has no Tones icon and customizing ringtones does no longer supported. Then how to add ringtones to iPhone 7 without iTunes? If you are being troubled by this problem, this guide is exactly what you need, it shows you how to add ringtones to iPhone 7 and then change or set ringtones on iPhone 7 (Plus)/8/X.
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The Tool We Need to Put Ringtones on iPhone 6/6s/7/8/X
Developed by iMobie team, AnyTrans for iOS is an excellent iOS data management tool that can help you manage iPhone content including music, ringtones, videos, photos, messages and etc. Here are some main features of it:
1. Helps you add ringtone on iPhone 7/7 Plus without the hassle of iTunes, and it won’t erase any current data on device.
2. Makes it quite easy to add the music to iPhone 7 and set it as ringtone directly without using iTunes. It only takes a few simple steps to make it.
3. Allows you to set the duration of your ringtone and set the audio conversion time, for example, you can intercept the ringtone from 2 minutes 30 seconds.
4. Supports automatically converting all types of audio formats into m4r, which means you don’t need to convert the format manually.
5. Lets you set any music, recording or audio files as ringtone on iPhone 7.
Part 1. How to Put Ringtones on iPhone 7/8/X without iTunes
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Step 1. Free download AnyTrans for iOS and launch it on your computer. Connect your iPhone to PC/Mac. Scroll down or click the button to your right as shown below.
Step 2. Go to Audio > Ringtones.
Step 3. Click the Settings tab and then set the start time and ringtone length for 25 seconds, 40 seconds or original length (only M4r format).
Step 4. Click the Add Ringtones to Device button, browse the songs you have already had. Select the songs you want to convert to ringtones, click Open.
Part 2. How to Change Ringtone or Set a Custom Ringtones on iPhone
After converting songs into ringtones on your iPhone with AnyTrans for iOS, you can now change your iPhone ringtone by setting a custom one in Settings. Just Go to Settings on your iPhone > Sounds > Ringtone > Select the ringtone you just added to your iPhone.
Part 3. How to Download Free Ringtones on iPhone 7/7 Plus
We all know that the music you downloaded on iPhone cannot be extracted and set as ringtones on iPhone 7 except the purchased items. So you download some free music to your computer and then set a custom ringtone on iPhone 7/7 Plus.
Step 2. Install AnyTrans for iOS to computer > Run it and scroll down on the homepage > Choose Audio > Select Ringtones.
Step 3. Click Settings button to set the start time and ringtone length for 25 seconds, 40 seconds or original length (only M4R format). Then click “+” button to add music from computer to iPhone 7 and set them as ringtones.
The Bottom Line
As you see, it’s quite simple and fast to add and set ringtone on iPhone 7/7 Plus with the help of AnyTrans for iOS. What’s more, AnyTrans for iOS is also able to transfer music, videos, photos, contacts and more from computer to iPhone and vice versa. Now just get it downloaded to your computer and have a free trial >