How to Transfer Ringtones from Android to iPhone

Want to transfer ringtones from Android to iPhone but do not know how? This guide will show you how to transfer ringtones from Android to iPhone easily and quickly.

Author Avatar Joy Taylor Last Updated: Jan. 19, 2022

As a new iPhone user, you may feel confused when you are trying to set custom ringtones. You just cannot set the iPhone music as ringtone, which you can operate easily on your old Android phone. Then since the old Android phone ringtones are your favorite, you’d like to transfer ringtones from Android to iPhone, and is it possible?

The answer is Yes. If you prefer to find an easy way to make it, then read this article and get your tool to transfer ringtone, music, and more media files from Android to iPhone.

Also Read: How to Transfer Music from iPhone to Android >

Transfer Ringtones from Android to iPhone with PhoneTrans

PhoneTrans is a professional phone to phone transfer tool, which allows you to migrate everything you need from Android to iPhone, and vice versa, between iOS/iPadOS, between Android devices. All Android series and iPhone models are supported.

To make you switch Android to iPhone smoothly, PhoneTrans provides you the Quick Transfer mode to move data from Android to iPhone with 1-click, including ringtones, music, contacts, calendar, etc. Besides, it supports you to transfer other data like music from Android to Android, iOS/iPadOS to iOS/iPadOS, and iPhone to Android.

And now, you can install the latest version of PhoneTrans to get Android ringtones for your iPhone:

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Free Download

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Step 1. Open PhoneTrans and you will see the main functions from the left column > Choose Phone to Phone and click Quick Transfer. Here you can view the introduction of each mode.

Choose Phone to Phone - Quick Transfer

Choose Phone to Phone – Quick Transfer

Step 2. Connect your Android and iPhone.

Confirm Android as Source Device and iPhone as Target Device

Confirm Android as Source Device and iPhone as Target Device

Step 3. Check the Ringtone and head to Transfer Now button. Wait a minute, then you can get Android ringtones on iPhone.

Select Ringtone and Transfer from Android to iPhone

Select Ringtone and Transfer from Android to iPhone

How to Transfer Ringtones from Android to iPhone with AnyTrans

As a powerful iOS/iPadOS data manager, AnyTrans enables you to import/export/delete iPhone/iPad/iPod data with computer and another iDevice. At the same time, the Phone Switcher function of AnyTrans allows you to freely transfer almost all the Android phone data to iPhone directly.

  • You can transfer ringtones from Android to iPhone as well as music, photos, contacts, messages, etc.
  • You can first preview and then select the data you need, transfer all the data at once, or just a ringtone.
  • Supports the latest Android 11 and iOS 14.

Click here to download AnyTrans on Mac/PC and follow the steps below to transfer ringtones to iPhone in minutes.

Free Download

Free Download

* 100% Clean & Safe

Free Download * 100% Clean & Safe

Step 1. Open AnyTrans > Connect your Android phone and iPhone to computer via USB cables.

Step 2. Choose Phone Switcher > Tap on Phone to iPhone.

Choose Phone to iPhone on Phone Switcher

Choose Phone to iPhone on Phone Switcher

Step 3. Select your Android device as the source device and iPhone as the target device.

Add your Android Phone and iPhone and Click Next to Go on

Add your Android Phone and iPhone and Click Next to Go on

Step 4. Check Ringtones category and click Next to start transferring.

Select Ringtones and Transfer

Select Ringtones and Transfer

The Bottom Line

PhoneTrans can help you transfer ringtones from Android to iPhone in one-click, so why not give it a free try? If you meet any problem when using PhoneTrans or any question about this guide, please feel free to contact us via email or leave a comment and we will reply to you as early as possible.

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Member of iMobie team as well as an Apple fan, love to help more users solve various types of iOS & Android related issues.

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