How to make a voice memo a ringtone on iPhone? This guide tells you a fast & simple way to set voice memo as ringtone in only 3 steps.
Question: “Hi, I want to record my wife’s singing as a custom ringtone on my new iPhone 8. So is there any method to make it? My iPhone is running in iOS 11.”
Creating your own special ringtones on iPhone has never been easier. Sometimes we want to make a voice recording of our loved ones to the ringtone on iPhone, better still, it is a free way to get your own unique ringtone. In the past, we can make a voice memo into an iPhone ringtone with iTunes.
But now, with the latest iTunes 12.7, you will have no access to manage ringtones and apps via iTunes. Apple says iTunes 12.7 will focus on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. Apps and Ringtones are not on the supported list. So here we will talk about an iTunes alternative way to easily and quickly convert a voice memo into a ringtone on iPhone 6/6s/7/8/X/XR/XS.
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To make any voice memo to an iPhone ringtone, all you need is an iOS data manager – AnyTrans. It helps you convert voice memos to iPhone ringtones in three steps. AnyTrans also manages to transfer ringtones and voice memos from iPhone to computer, to iTunes, and to another iPhone directly. Besides that, it supports managing other iOS data like photos, videos, music, contacts, messages, notes, books, apps, etc. Follow the steps below to convert a voice memo to a ringtone on iPhone easily.
Step 1. Go to download and install AnyTrans on your computer. Launch it and then connect your iPhone to computer. Choose Device Manager > Go to the Category management page by scrolling down or clicking the tab.
Step 2. Audio > Voice Memos.
Step 3. AnyTrans would show you the voice memos on iPhone. Click the To Computer tab to export voice memos in a folder on your computer.
Step 4. Go to Audio again, tap Ringtones. Click the “+” button, navigate to the previous folder and select the voice memos, click Open and you can selected voice memos would be ringtones on your iPhone.
This feature now only supports MR4 audio files transferring to iPhone. So if the files on your computer, or anywhere else, you can choose its another feature – Ringtone Manager to easily manage iPhone ringtones.
After following the steps to set your own ringtones, you can open Settings app on your iPhone, and go to Sounds > Ringtones to set converted voice memos as default ringtone. And making a voice memo into an iPhone ringtone is quite easy with AnyTrans. And besides making a voice memo a ringtone on iPhone, AnyTrans is also capable of converting your favorites songs from computer to ringtones on your new iPhone XS/XR/X/8. Download AnyTrans to have a try >
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